Nice! Elite in rock climbing!
That's a valid strategy, though.My team even won, despite me spending most of my time looking for ammo and avoiding bullets.
Tanking while the priest heals you and the ranger inflicts DPS. Oh wait... wrong game, wrong genre!That's a valid strategy, though.
If they shoot at you, they don't shoot at your allies and can be slaughtered much more easily by them.
An old wisdom from WoWs - if you focus one enemy, it is only efficient if you can kill them quickly and move to another one. So drawing aggro (be it from NPCs or opposing players) and NOT dying, even if you don't do damage yourself, you do help your team!
Also, really cool screenshots! I can't wait to play Odyssey. I decided not to play the Alpha and instead, once it's released, clear my save and experience everything fresh. Really looking forward to this.
keep in mind that consistently hitting them, keeps them staggered and their aim will be mostly off - this is one of the best tactics to keep in mind, beside switching on your shield. I saw quite a bunch of people dying due to forgetting about it.Went to threat level two crash site hoping for some salvage. As I was walking around, another ship (NPC) dropped in. The NPC's on board were hostile to me - there was about five of them - and, as I poked my head up from behind a rock to tale a peak, they opened fire. Scum!
Needless to say, I was unarmed having not properly thought about suit loadout or, indeed, which suit. I think I may try some Odyssey combat soon: been putting it off so I think I need to hone some skills.
Savaging wreckage seems to be fun and you are more or less in open terrain, which might be a good way to gain some experience - but keep a look out for drop ships, sometimes no one is around but they might come.Cheers
I'm just going to my Hodack permit in Horizons then off to do shooty things in Odyssey. Quite why Hodack needs a permit, I've yet to find out.