Post by Done~with~forums on Apr 19, 2020 21:45:19 GMT
Hello I mostly solo but recently alot more players are active so I wanted to party play and was wondering if someone could help a nub like me with tips and tricks of the party variety.. so far I am used as the tank cuz I have around 1-1.5k evasion self buffs but so far I feel like I'm not really helping I am an auto skill monk with tank set/dps set
Hmm I always play dps. If I turned out to be a tank that's a plus. Rush, asura then go.
Maintaining hp in safe amount is first priority, can't dps or help others when you die. That translates into making sure D.claw works: >cure blind then paralysis the shortcut needs to be at easy spot for your finger to tap. >if rush about to end tap rush immediately. If asura and rush both need to be rebuffed, I prefer rush first but it's situatuonal, >asura damage cut works exceptional above 50% I usually rebuff or cast fb below 50% >dual blow if you need strong heal at hard times.
When you safe, go help other in need, but only when support are disabled either die or busy helping themselves.
If you lose aggro while you're surely non-stop atking it usually means you can't be a tank in the team. Just be a dps it's easier that way.
I'm rarely in parties, no matter my class. But with my Monk I normally try to PT Enchanters, Servants, Assassins or Paladins.
Enchanters have Buffs that are OP for Monks.
Servants have their Hate Control+Supportive Skills (And their Autoskill :3)
Assassins because the heavy boost to attack they get from Chakra, and for their Anti-Ailment skills.
Paladins because they can be the tank and not me, so I can do my work easily.
I think those are the classes that suit better for Monk.
Mostly I'm DPS in party, but I try to stay alive, so if all my PT die, then I can revive them.
I get you, the same type of a player as me. PTying is fun but i prefer soloing XD also then it si a good guid because I have two free ID that dunno where to go, you just gave me the idea of how to make my monk more OP, thanks!