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Old 12-22-2015, 10:15 AM
Elyos
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Default *** glad stats in 4.9 ***

Hey guys im a old player used to play in Israphel server but i quit one year ago, i back play last month in Beritra server with a glad OFC! coz i love this class and never played any other class so i got a question no idea if all glads in BR server are noobies or just this is the new gladi stats the 99% is using full attack/crit in the weapon and set, so here is my doubt why those glads are using full attack+crit we still in the "4.0" window i mean we are not in 5.0 we still in 4.9 it could be 4.99999 but still "4" before i quit the stats was 3200ACC (is 3k but we lose 200 using berseking) 1100 crit and if u still with free slots you was avaible to use attack ( there is a theory that glads doesnt need attack coz we dont use normal hits in the pvp battle we use full skills, sins usually do weaving dps so they stack full attack but we doesnt well glads with 10ms can weaving but the 80% cant during a real pvp) so my stats was a little higher that the normal coz i was full geared i remember i could reach 4k ACC with one GS for those block templars and cleric and with the EB PA the crit goes to 1.3k crit something like that, but now im poor guy in a new server so im still using eternal weapons im full abyss seraph but my slots still empty coz im wondering the new stats i dont want to burn kinah socketing the wrong manastones coz in BR manastone are expensive everyone is getting gear and using alot manastone so hope PRO glads could help me should i use attack manastone like those glads or still with the old build full cirt+acc thx alot for ur help----- Mrplatino




NOTE:***** THIS IS FOCUSED IN PVP ****
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Old 12-22-2015, 10:32 AM
Asmodians
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Man, I would just go attack/crit. This patch boosted attack a lot due to enchantment changes. Glads have high sustained attack which can over come some block sets anyway... But I guess it depends if there are a lot of block Clerics on your server and how good/geared they are. I wouldn't worry as much about block Temps as catching them with their greatsword out instead of bursting them mace/shield is easier.

1.1k crit is fine, anything more in pvp is def over kill (mostly). I would even settle at 1050 crit, 3.1k acc and throw everything else into attack. 2.9k, 3k, 3.1k, doesn't matter. Unless your opponent is stacking block. Sins can reach really high evasion values but that shouldn't be a problem for a Glad anyway.

Your mention of 1.3k crit is good for end game PvE... but again, PvP =

500 SR from enchantments
Idian SR
SR scroll
Mantras

You shouldn't need to go higher than 1.1k crit in PvP to be predominantly effective.

I'd invest into an acc set afterwards. Glads, I think, can reach well into 4.2k + acc when geared?


My 2 cents, but others will have better Glad opinions than me. Welcome back, btw.
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Old 12-22-2015, 11:06 AM
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Default Re: *** glad stats in 4.9 ***

http://aion.mouseclic.com/tool/gearcalc/31415

This will be what my BR glad is working towards.

Though I've failed like 20 different atk/crit compos so far so I'm depressed
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Old 12-22-2015, 11:14 AM
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Weapon could be better but the stats are there.

Don't forget enchantment attack.
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Old 12-22-2015, 11:21 AM
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Default Re: *** glad stats in 4.9 ***

Ey, BR hasn't been out long enough for me to completely optimize yet. I'll enchant past 5 once I have more epsils >_>

Only Ahserion, Pure DR and DD are better than that top polearm since it's perfect stats (albiet 5slot instead of 6)

The wardens can easily be replaced with an Eclipse though.
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Old 12-25-2015, 08:26 AM
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I agree 1.1k crit is more than enough for (most) PvP situations. You more than likely won't need to socket any accuracy unless it is an accuracy set to counter block, or it is an extendable PA. I'm not sure I've ever seen a dodge when not blinded even when using an extendy with 2.7-2.8ish-k accuracy.

As for attack/crit, I wouldn't go any other way for an all-purpose group PvP set. If you're wondering about how attack affects just your skills in PvP, consider how hard you hit with berserking vs without it. With an attack/crit set you could fairly easily reach 1.4k attack (1.1k crit, 3k+ acc with non-extendy) in PvP with slaughter and no berserking, which is probably close to what a glad with zero attack socketed might have with berserking.
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Old 06-03-2016, 10:43 PM
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Default Re: *** glad stats in 4.9 ***

Something that's been bugging me for a while. If your going atk/crit, should you just run great sword? Its attack difference isn't much, but it hits quite a bit faster, and would make better use of attack +5s in my opinion. I know great sword is generally looked down on, but I think its worth atleast a try. I havent played glad in a while, but I'm thinking of coming back and will probably try both styles to see how it works.
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Old 06-04-2016, 07:27 AM
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GS has less strikes and I believe less passive Knock Down. I could be wrong about that. Having more strikes per hit = more godstone procs, I think. If someone could confirm for me.


If you're gonna make an attack set you should be going for max stats (PA). Plus, I believe you see a difference in other stats like Crit when comparing PA's to GS's.

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Old 06-04-2016, 08:19 AM
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GS only "better" for specific high accuracy sets (like AOEhoar of Siel with purified dr greatsword) where you can reach upwards of 4.2k accuracy and 1k+ crit
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Evolute - Siel View Post
GS only "better" for specific high accuracy sets (like AOEhoar of Siel with purified dr greatsword) where you can reach upwards of 4.2k accuracy and 1k+ crit

Those are not his stats.

Aoehoar's stats are 4334 acc and 1068 crit /w Candy. If he gets a better crit plume he could hit maybe 4.4k. He sits around 1,200 attack.

1k crit is piss poor I would never settle for less than 1050 - 1.1k.


I myself as a Templar have a 6 slot max stat pure DR GS /w 2* combine and full Aug but not really enchanted, fully composite and a +8 attack plume, not crit.


I sit at 4.2k acc 1.1k crit and when I'm done maybe 1150 attack or something I forget honestly (will edit when I get home)

However with GS over PA you also have to consider crit loss and sustained damage (lower attack). A glad I know sits at 4.2 and 1.1k with 1300 attack /w PA, which are perfectly fine especially as glads have a higher sustained damage rate and KD rate with PA (I think. Again I'm sort of pulling together what I'm familiar with but I could be wrong).


TBH though, I advocate Attack over acc unless it's a 1v1 and you have the focus to bait with acc then swap to attack when they go offensive and bury them.
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