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Sovrath said:That's pretty much the character I've been playing. Gave up on my templar as I couldn't figure out how to play it the way I wanted to. The Heavy Armor Night Blade has been a better experience so far.Jean-Luc_Picard said:My nightblade tank works very well and isn't weak in any way, but it's based on drains and self healing too a bit like a WoW Death Knight. I'm used to that gameplay, that may explain why it works so well for me.Kajidourden said:Not really, at least in the context of PvE. There are undeniable best combinations of weapons given the same level of gear and skill.Jean-Luc_Picard said:Another thing those who talk about "cookie cutter" specs forget is that you don't stick with one skill set in ESO (unless you're very bad or very lazy, usually both). You swap skills depending on the situation.
Just for questing and normal dungeons, I have 3 different skill sets, tank, dps and thief (stealth).
So to make it short:
- Cookie cutter skill sets are rarely the best for you.
- There's not one best way to make a character for a similar role.
- You better be ready to swap skills (and also equipment) if you really want to be efficient.
People who didn't get that have just barely touched the complexity and the power of ESO's character development system/
Stamina DPS= DW/Bow, period
ESO's problem is a lack of alternatives. Skills for each weapon are too hard-lined for a specific purpose.
Same with classes.
Tank=DK, bar none