Yep I was checking the W10 stats, yesterday and there are like 80-90% melee in the top rankings. I suppose the resistance build is preferred to regular ranged.
I am an adventurer, so I won't get any health or tactic bonuses, that's why I chose this build. What I don't understand is why the build states that you should have 20% Mobility. Wouldn't 100% Dexterity be better? Shooting and Aiming are both important skills, while only Dodge from Mobility is good.Attribute Points
I'll probably make the changes tomorrow. I haven't decided what those changes will be, but I'll be playing around with some numbers to see what build gives the optimal amount of points. Also, it's likely I'll leave the current builds there and add an updated section so players can pick and choose.HotNSexy said:I will be making minor changes later this week to some of the builds because they don't look right to me anymore.
HotNSexy's legal department finally put together a disclaimer to avoid lawsuits if his guide doesn't improve someone's dueling.Thanks. FYI, this guide is just that, a guide. It's intended purpose is to help newer players and players wanting to be a dueler for the first time. It gurantees an array of strong builds to choose from and work off of that will help any player have success at dueling. It does not guarantee that you will improve your winnings from before if you were a dueler before. The guide guides you to a strong base to work from and then you need to figure out what works and what doesn't and adjust accordingly.
Quarter Horse? This is for dueling, not traveling speed.
The charlatan set does give good bonuses, but only if you have the entire set, which isn't worth using in a duel. The other two sets are weak for dueling. Do you really see duelers walking around with the Mexican set and Indian set on to duel other players? This guide if for overall dueling.
Yes, but only those three objects, because the Mexican bandana is the best for defence, and the donkey and tequila give a +1 Strengh, a bonus that no other item + horse can give ^^Actually, there are a ton of people that use the Mexican set that I see... It may not be the whole thing but a vast majority of melee duelers use the Mexican bandana, tequila, and donky combo.
Because if you're melee and would usually wear a brown shawl for attacking, the Mexican bandana is more vigor and no wasted appearance, plus an extra point of strength assuming you also have a donkey and/or tequila equipped.How is the mexican bandana best for defence?
The only skills in any dueling build that help with fort battles are aim and dodging, and any stamina or hiding and leadership you get from your AP...Does this build work for fort battles very well?