Shadow Mir Posted November 16, 2021 Share Posted November 16, 2021 (edited) 31 minutes ago, Eltosian Kadath said: Plenty of ways of playing around crits too if you are worried about them, from all pairups giving +5 crit avoid, to Percey's +15 crit avoid, to the basic +10 from Bronze weapons if you need it. Not to mention the fact that they can get the kind of health to take a crit if you need to. How ironic. Didn't you bash Arthur in that other thread for restricting your team to have to play around a weakness? Now you're white knighting a class that actively forces you to play around a crippling weakness? How very droll you are. 31 minutes ago, Eltosian Kadath said: And despite the way you act with Berserkers, your own preference for +HP and -Skill Corrin makes clear you know the defensive utility of HP (not to mention how baffling it is to complain about Berserker's unreliable hit when you seem fine saddling Corrrin with accuracy problems, which hint that you know how to play around accuracy issues like that despite how you act). Plus a unit that can double with the second highest speed of all Nohrian classes, and kill with the highest strength of all Fates classes can do a lot more with those defensive advantages, than a unit that is too slow, or two weak to kill enemies, or too defensive to even be targeted. Last I checked, Corrin uses the most accurate weapon type, barring reclass shenanigans. Also, high HP is utterly meaningless when your defenses suck harder than Little Mac's recovery. Which is another problem that foot axes tend to have. Just ask Charlotte. 31 minutes ago, Eltosian Kadath said: It really doesn't take that much work to get Charlotte going. Plus you could just as easily class change Beruka to Berserker, or Keaton to Berserker, or even Benny to Berserker (not to mention all the kid, and partner/friend seal options). Sure, if you like ruining a unit by making them into a bad class, that is. 31 minutes ago, Eltosian Kadath said: Long story short Berserkers are great, you have just never bothered to use one to find out. Now I don't want to waste more of this thread on an endless argument here, so this will be my last comment on the matter. If you like volatile situations with high risk and very little reward, they are great. Otherwise, they're a hard pass. Edited November 16, 2021 by Shadow Mir Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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