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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravath View Post
    For my juggernaut?
    I went with triple charge just so i can solofist geth primes.
    http://narida.pytalhost.com/me3/clas...ernautShield5/
    i meant ur N7 slayer

    Unless u meant N7 shadow, im intrested in a good melee build with her aswell. People say she has the highest melee damage in the game with shadow strike but i could not even oneshot a centurion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoboA View Post
    i meant ur N7 slayer

    Unless u meant N7 shadow, im intrested in a good melee build with her aswell. People say she has the highest melee damage in the game with shadow strike but i could not even oneshot a centurion.
    That entirely depends on difficulty level (due to Shield Gate stopping a percentage of your damage, a higher percent the higher the difficulty level, once you deplete the Centurion Shields in one strike).

    The Shadow is very straight forward. Go for melee damage and power damage and she decimate targets (Shadow Strike benefits from both melee damage buffs and power damage buffs). Juggernaut shield is a great Gear to use on her, then you use Bonus Power tactical cloak (with duration) to get off two Shadow Strikes per Tactical Cloak.

    It usually is enough to do heavy damage, but Shield gate might be a tad frustrating. :P

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    Shadow is the quarian biotic isnt it, and Slayer is the phantom.

    With the right build, you can oneshot marauders/centurions/engineers/geth hunters with the shadow strike.
    I keep dying because the temptation to pick off an alone enemy is overwhelming, and then it turns out he wasnt alone after all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravath View Post
    Shadow is the quarian biotic isnt it, and Slayer is the phantom.
    http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Mas...ow_Infiltrator

    http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Mas...layer_Vanguard

    There are no Quarian Biotics. Both Slayer and Shadow could be considered a phantom since both are that style of kit and both have Monomolecular Blades as a trait. The volus adept is the closest kit to what a Quarian Biotic would be (since the volus adept has shield boost). We've yet to see the Volus Vanguard or the Batarian Adept though so maybe they will have a more "tech" oriented biotic kit.
    Last edited by rhorle; 2012-12-10 at 09:24 PM.
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    I thought i told you to stop replying to my posts.

    And no, me mixing up the class names is not an open invitation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravath View Post
    I thought i told you to stop replying to my posts.

    And no, me mixing up the class names is not an open invitation.
    http://www.mmo-champion.com/profile.php?do=ignorelist

    You can solve the problem yourself instead of demanding others do it for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin View Post
    I only saw a few minutes of it but it looked slicker than a lubed up olympic swimmer fleeing from a shark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhorle View Post
    http://www.mmo-champion.com/profile.php?do=ignorelist

    You can solve the problem yourself instead of demanding others do it for you.
    There is a difference.
    Yet again you fail to see it.
    You are simply not worthy of engaging in discussion, so i told you to stop replying to my posts and fuck off.
    Obviously its too difficult to understand for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravath View Post
    There is a difference.
    Yet again you fail to see it.
    You are simply not worthy of engaging in discussion, so i told you to stop replying to my posts and fuck off.
    Obviously its too difficult to understand for you.
    If you don't like seeing his replies, ignore him. It's why the forums have that functionality
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    Quote Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
    If you don't like seeing his replies, ignore him. It's why the forums have that functionality
    Wont stop him from using my posts for whatever he desires, which is my problem.

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    You're posting on the forum. The inherent idea of posting in a public place is allowing anyone on the internet to read / see / quote your posts. That's fine that you don't want him to read your posts, but the practical idea that you want to limit him from responding to them at all is not realistic in any way or shape
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    One day, there shall be a double block function.
    And on that day, i shall refer you back to your post.

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    Fine by me; I'll send you a video of me eating my own words when that day comes
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    I'll be sending you a laminated printout.
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    LOL
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    ^ Lost it at "If you make me do anything extremely dishonorable, I would like that"

    and

    "I don't put strange liquids in my mouth"

    and

    "Shepard-Commander!" "What are YOU doing here?" "There was a hole..."

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    Amon-kira guide my hands.

    I almost woke up the family.
    "So, he sent a succubus to seduce you, and lure you down to his side. And yet, first thing you do is to check her ass? Ah, kid, you've got much to learn.."

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    I definitely would have woken up the family if there was a family here to wake. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yakobo15 View Post
    So... their reasoning behind it being Leviathan and not Protheans is that a spear is mentioned...
    And I though no more straws could be grasped.
    The spheres are also made of metal (not strange ethereal shit), shrink down and didn't turn people into crazies.
    Seeing how there's a Prothean research station on Mars, it seems more likely than Leviathan doing... what exactly.
    The story clearly indicates a chip is implanted in the human and the Leviathans have no need for that so that eliminates them like someone points out on the first page. I never saw this in ME1 so it's still a cool thing to see now, can't believe I missed that.

    What I think happened was a Prothean while studying Earth from Mars(or maybe just got to Earth for the first time), through their touch/psychic ability and some cosmic miracle came across the remains of this human on one of his trips and was able to glimpse into his memory. The human himself was a test subject for the Reapers, the ship described sounds exactly like a Reaper ship. The great glowing red eye, the 'finger' like red laser beam, the deafening roar. Prothean and Collector particle beams(even their ships) are not red. I believe this is how the reapers test how far along a lesser species is without interfering with them, and if they need to be harvested yet. When the test is over they simply tie up the lose ends.

    This could possibly be a reason why the humans were chosen as an advanced enough species to make sure they would be ready for the next cycle or possibly why the reasearch station was even built in the first place.The Protheans knew that the reapers had recently come to Earth to check up on the lifeforms. They made the artifact since this is obviously information any species fighting the Reapers would want to know. That's my take on it anyway. Most definitely not Leviathan though like guys in that thread are trying to prove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncanîdaho View Post
    The story clearly indicates a chip is implanted in the human and the Leviathans have no need for that so that eliminates them like someone points out on the first page. I never saw this in ME1 so it's still a cool thing to see now, can't believe I missed that.

    What I think happened was a Prothean while studying Earth from Mars(or maybe just got to Earth for the first time), through their touch/psychic ability and some cosmic miracle came across the remains of this human on one of his trips and was able to glimpse into his memory. The human himself was a test subject for the Reapers, the ship described sounds exactly like a Reaper ship. The great glowing red eye, the 'finger' like red laser beam, the deafening roar. Prothean and Collector particle beams(even their ships) are not red. I believe this is how the reapers test how far along a lesser species is without interfering with them, and if they need to be harvested yet. When the test is over they simply tie up the lose ends.

    This could possibly be a reason why the humans were chosen as an advanced enough species to make sure they would be ready for the next cycle or possibly why the reasearch station was even built in the first place.The Protheans knew that the reapers had recently come to Earth to check up on the lifeforms. They made the artifact since this is obviously information any species fighting the Reapers would want to know. That's my take on it anyway. Most definitely not Leviathan though like guys in that thread are trying to prove.
    Sounds good to be honest. I think that the Reapers check the status of the galaxtic races during the cycle so that they know which one of the races they thought were still not ready for harvest eventually are advanced enough for it.

    That would make sense in humanities sense during the Prothean harvest. It was not Leviathan but an actual reaper that studied the Humans and then came to the conclusion that the are not ready yet. Maybe a Prothean then found such a Human that was observed by the Reapers and through his though-thing learned about that.

    That would make sense if you consider that Protheans observed other species like the Asari too. So after they learned about the Reapers showing interest in humanity they built the Archives on Mars to give Humanity a better chance in defeating them. Much like they gave the Asari the Vendetta-VI. During their studies they came to the conclusion that both Humans and Asari were the best races to end the cycle so they gave them a head-start.

    Why would Leviathan have his Orbs on Earth at that time? That does not make any sense, plus Leviathans have no laser weapon.

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