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Boosho

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PostedMar 20, 2013 8:36 am

Current Stats needed for 20-30 Archer?

Curious since with all the new stuff and all.
Hi,

How much DEX/LUC/STR needed currently? Especially DEX. Idealisticly of course, not talking about how much I could afford, just assume [17] bow, 6 linked, nothing special. Triple Chevronn for example.
I'm assuming anywhere near 475-500 LUC, 450-480 DEX, 300 STR?
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.LittleLady.

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PostedMar 20, 2013 11:06 am

Re: Current Stats needed for 20-30 Archer?

Curious since with all the new stuff and all.
Boosho wrote:
Hi,

How much DEX/LUC/STR needed currently? Especially DEX. Idealisticly of course, not talking about how much I could afford, just assume [17] bow, 6 linked, nothing special. Triple Chevronn for example.
I'm assuming anywhere near 475-500 LUC, 450-480 DEX, 300 STR?  
depends on what`s ur class , rank links .. but varies @ 500+ STR 500 + dex and 400+ luc ... again , depending on class , rank and ur links

Boosho

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PostedMar 20, 2013 1:37 pm

Re: Current Stats needed for 20-30 Archer?

Curious since with all the new stuff and all.
.LittleLady. wrote:
Boosho wrote:
Hi,

How much DEX/LUC/STR needed currently? Especially DEX. Idealisticly of course, not talking about how much I could afford, just assume [17] bow, 6 linked, nothing special. Triple Chevronn for example.
I'm assuming anywhere near 475-500 LUC, 450-480 DEX, 300 STR?  
depends on what`s ur class , rank links .. but varies @ 500+ STR 500 + dex and 400+ luc ... again , depending on class , rank and ur links  

Thanks.
But all 3 points you just summed up I stated in my post.

Durlgrim

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PostedMar 20, 2013 5:43 pm
Archer needs 400 Wis & 500 Int...dk what you're thinking about Str & Dex stuff for. Razz

Seriously though, you're in the ballpark. Dex estimate is a bit on the low end IMO.

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