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Honest opinions please.

Discussion in 'Albion' started by Jarade, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. Jarade

    Jarade Fledgling Freddie

    I would like to know the difference between 99% and MP plate set for Paladin.. will be using MP sword/Shield.. as i have guild house to sort out and other characters that also need cash etc. i dont really want to have to farm for cash to buy full MP set.

    Ive heard i can cap all with 99% so only factor i can see is AF.. is it that important to cap AF.. i dont RvR with paladin so only PvE.

    Honest opinions please.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Sycho

    Sycho Can't get enough of FH


    The difference between 99 qua and MP is the dur is 130 on MP, MP has 4 more imbue points per item and it's only like 12 af difference.If you really need MP get it, but otherwise just get gloves and boots MP i guess, shouldn't be hard to cap all for you anyway as you are.
     
  3. chretien

    chretien Fledgling Freddie

    Capped Paladin template. Not sure you could do it with 99% stuff to be honest.
     

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  4. Lam

    Lam Fledgling Freddie

    If you don't plan on doing rvr much I would go for a 99% set.
    You'll only get the maximum AF from MP armor if you're realm rank 5 anyway and like you said you can easily cap everything with a 99% set.
     
  5. Escape

    Escape Can't get enough of FH

    You only need to cap melee-resists, the magic ones depend on where you plan to hunt... There aren't many casting mobs in daoc, so only cap those magic% which you'll need for PvE. That'll leave you with enough imbue points to cap all other stats, without farming rare drops.
     
  6. old.windforce

    old.windforce Part of the furniture

    it is posible to cap all important things with 99% set

    i would go for MP weapon and shield because the 130% dura pays of there

    the 6 af difference can be overccome witrh cleric base af buff

    its not worth the price difference imho
     
  7. Jarade

    Jarade Fledgling Freddie

    Thanks

    Thank you all for the reply's.
     
  8. Aoln

    Aoln Guest

    Such easy-to-get items ;)
     
  9. Medea

    Medea Fledgling Freddie

    I think 99%. You have to consider that by doing lots of PvE you will damage your armour quite a bit too as your class tends to get a beating. And getting an MP set only to find that after lots of PvE you need another one is no fun.
     
  10. Danya

    Danya Fledgling Freddie

    99% items have similar dur to MP...
     
  11. old.windforce

    old.windforce Part of the furniture

    not really
     
  12. raal

    raal Fledgling Freddie

    A 99% set of AF 102 armor (100% condition) will cap your base AF until you are RR 5. So the AF is nothing you need to worry about.

    Going MP on the armor for the extra durabillity alone is equally useless since you can make two similar 99% sets and still be out less money than a single MP set. And two 99% sets will last you a lot longer than a single MP one.

    G
     
  13. Graknak

    Graknak Fledgling Freddie

    all qua 99% and MP items have 30% extra dur on top of their basic 100%, the fact that it looks less for a qua 99% one is that due to the qua 99% it decays slightly more then a MP item.
     
  14. Flesh

    Flesh Banned

    Whaddel fuck, that's my template, such strong roleplaying thief skills.
     
  15. Roalith

    Roalith Can't get enough of FH

    With 99% set of armour, sword and shield, and fairly common jewellery items (Ancient copper necklace, lost treasure bracers etc), you can cap the important stuff. +power and +piety whilst 'nice to have' are far from necessary, giving you about 30 seconds more endurance tops ;o
     
  16. Flesh

    Flesh Banned

    FYI!
    With capped power/piety, I can sprint from alb df entrance to mid side df, without going oom!!!!
     
  17. Asharith

    Asharith Loyal Freddie

    Sexy Avatar !!
     
  18. Flesh

    Flesh Banned

    Yus, velly sexy.
     

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