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_Buri_
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:45 am Reply with quoteBack to top

This is the tale of 2 nearly identical brothers who braved the sands of Alastari. Hank and Dean Venture came from the same rollup sheet and became something of an experiment. They both just graduated to ADM, so the experiment is basically over. Let me start by showing thier stats, both are Bashers:

Hank: 17-3-9-19-15-10-11
Dean: 12-8-9-19-15-10-11

Yes, 19 Wit! I could not get 21 on either, and there were points left over. Originally they were a bit more different, but then I saw the opportunity to make them almost the same, and to try something new.

Hank got Great damage and +4 Attack, starting Expert, He graduated at 16-2-3. Favorite WH, Hi/Mod, learn Att, Bash
Dean got Good damage and Good Endurance, +4 Parry, He graduated at 18-2-1. Favorite: MS, VH/VL, learn Par, Bash

Both entered as many tournaments as they could, with each one having one 7-3-1 outing. Both had exactly 77 learned skills on graduation day, Hank had a 2.26 learn rate, Dean a 2.37. I will probably run Hank a bit longer, and send Dean to retirement. Tourneys aside, I would have to say this 19 WT experiment was a resounding success!

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 12:08 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Great summary.
Great results.
Thanks for sharing, Crapmaster!

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GreekGuy
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:31 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Those guys had those records...did they only fight standbys and jorga warriors Smile Nice info, thanks for sharing
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Street_Legal
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2012 4:33 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

GreekGuy wrote:
Those guys had those records...did they only fight standbys and jorga warriors Smile Nice info, thanks for sharing
TGG


Zzzing and/or Ouch!

I think Assur just had a coronary event!

Nice warriors and grads. I'd run him to the top of Freshman (near to the "line" but with room to spare). Alternate, at some ratio your comfortable with, trains and learns and get the WT at 20, ST to 20, think upon some CN or WL and then run it in Freshman, and bust him out, where it may have 1 last hurrah for a TV or better. I would normally not run a BA or ST in ADM but even a Freshman TV with those 2 styles carries a little more "weight".

Interesting to see another, even more, similar comparison like my LUs from Tobir!!!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:41 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Street_Legal wrote:
I think Assur just had a coronary event!


The only thing that even makes my heart beat irregularly is thinking about running these guys (especially the 2nd) in tourneys. Otherwise, I like them, the designs, and the fact that the punished the NPC's and Jorja in the arena they came from.

Congrats Buri and thanks for sharing!
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