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Old 01-17-2012, 01:01 PM   #1

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I have noticed that all the other armors have their primary stats and then secondarys like weaponskill, defense, parry, Subjugation etc. But the monk/bruiser leather Mastercrafted level 90 does not list the secondary stats the level 80 Reinforce Gi of Energy has +10 defense and +10 deflection. Why doesnt the level 90 Gi have these stats? I hope that the Devs have this on there list to fixes.

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Old 01-17-2012, 04:10 PM   #2

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they could clear up a lot of confusion by definitively stating their design choices. when you give mages 48cm chest on cloth armor, and priests with chain armor have 38cm...you really wonder if this is a mistake/bug. when they intentionally unbalance they should give design reason and lore excuse so ppl arent left in dark whether its a bug.
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Old 01-17-2012, 06:42 PM   #3

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What's worse, when you have things inconsistent like this, you create a lot of ill will in your community.


I purchased a Colossal Reactant and had the 48 CM chest made for my Dirge.  Should they now decide that 38 was the intended CM level, I'll be demanding a refund.  He already had a 37 CM chest.

It's not like these things went unreported.  Itemization has been a catastrophe for nearly a year now, and there is no end in sight, let alone fixes and consistency.

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