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Proud to be a Mage in Arena 4

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  • #46
    Originally posted by mrwebb8825 View Post
    +100 (I'm chaining all the mages that post in this thread too if they have a keep link, save 1 who hates "Polyspamming" too)
    I'm playing a mage today


    • #47
      Originally posted by Defyeler View Post
      I'm playing a mage today
      GRRRRRRRR! scared yet?
      It was real and sometimes fun but not real fun anymore. ~ See ya 'round ~ Inactive after arena


      • #48
        I chose to be a Mage in Arena for the 20 damage I do to a gate when I win.
        I will stay a Mage to the end.


        • #49
          Originally posted by mrwebb8825 View Post
          Proud to be a Mage Killer. Poly me NOW bi-atch
          proud to be a mage chainer each mage poly me and not hitting is being chained to hell ^_^
          P.S. we hate mages when they poly spam people cozing them to lose points while i have no prob with a mage who poly and hit his polyed target


          • #50
            Originally posted by Defyeler View Post
            I'm playing a mage today
            Then why do I see you on my team as a cleric?

            I on the other hand, am a mage, but my keep link is missing. I think I lost it somewhere in the arena again.
            Last edited by SSPrincess; 08-09-2011, 09:23 PM.
            Always two there are, the Sith and the cupcake.
            "Please wait, someone else is collecting from The Gold Dragon." *imagines people waiting in line to collect a mountain of treasure*

            The 'SS' in my username stands for Super Saiyan because I was/am a nerd. Not Nazi's, lol.


            • #51
              I played as a Mage


              • #52
                found the keep link for a 100% polymage
                shame hes worth 0 points to me...cos hes got 4k health and like 1k effective defence...

                Sig thanks to Kill.Them.All
                ZsERG: I do want the forum rules respected.


                • #53
                  Originally posted by tjjl View Post

                  Why do people feel that its necessary for them to "eliminate" the mage class? Do they realize that some people can't actually hit for decent points, and that perhaps polying people is their only way forward? Do people complain about mages in guild battles? Nope. Yet they care so much because their own points are at stake. Elitism at its best...
                  *extremely disappointed to see jer in there....*
                  People like myself are hating on mages because they are the only class that has the ability to decrease (dramatically) another players points. This combined with the fact that they can spell people well beyond their dueling abilities for max points makes them ridiculously annoying in the arena format (short battles, points used as the basis for the rewards). In guild battles where individual points mean very little or in a festival battles where winning is the goal, mages (typically) are a valuable part of the team. It has been suggested many times before but if the devs had made the points from all spells equal (all classes) we would see less mage lunacy and a better mix of classes overall in battles.


                  • #54
                    Although I get confused often, I don't mind seeing a opponents' team filled with mages. If they are poly hitting, then they do an average of 600 damage instead of 1200 damage which gives us a better chance to you. Everyone is too concerned about their individual points if they get confused. I often hit myself 3 or 4 times during the course of a battle getting 50 points, but if the other team is filled with mages, I don't mind since I know I have a better chance of winning. What drives me nuts is that people are opting to take out mages instead of rogues since they are concerned about how it affects their own point total. If you take out their rogues first your team has a better chance of winning since they will be doing less damage to your whole team thus allowing you to win the battle easier and still get more points even if you are confused and hit yourself multiple times.

                    From what I've seen from these battles, the rogues are the heavy favor point users.....about 4 to 5 times more than mages, so they are the ones that people need to worry about rather than the mages since they'll do the most damage to your team. See for yourself and you'll see that a bunch of rogues can have no way have the point total they have for the amount of time that elapses. And if you say that these mages are all going for max points, next time look and see and you'll see that most mages have about 4000-4500 points in the battles.
                    Last edited by John944615; 08-10-2011, 01:50 AM.


                    • #55
                      If your taking out rogues first cos of how much dmg they do.... take out warriors first, they do far more and are faster to take down. Also taking out actives is not always tacticaly the best option if the actives have massive health

                      For example taking down a rogue with 6K health can take almost the full battle after they've used most their tokens so doesn't even reduce dmg they do much (rogues refill at the start ussualy so if they are active they've already used 2/3rds of their tokens in the first 5mins).

                      On the other hand with the same number of tokens you could take out 4 or more with 2K health or less and although taking out actives can help a lot in a 1hr battle the kill count is king, not the actives kill count.
                      Last edited by MarTooth; 08-10-2011, 09:26 AM.


                      • #56
                        Originally posted by thomasj8 View Post
                        I played as a Mage
                        It was real and sometimes fun but not real fun anymore. ~ See ya 'round ~ Inactive after arena


                        • #57
                          alpha doggie liez. he izzz warriorz, a mad spinning warrior.

                          this cat seez it!
                          i tot i taw a whirrwind doggy


                          • #58
                            Mages beware

                            A note to all Mages; Resistance is futile! You should start each battle with no chance of winning. The awesomely strong among us cannot stand competition. They will kill each of us in turn (I am positive I‘m next for speaking out) so lay down your lives quietly as not to upset the powerful.