17 January, 2007

Who uses it except for Judgements?

Whoop-dee-doo! Seal of the Crusader rank 7...our last rank of it coincidentally.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can use this seal to upgrade your weapon skill PERIOD

There was a recent discussion about celebrities - Doomlikers certainly don't need to know Bill Roper but this is a nice example how people incapable of game design can make things so worse, that even a discussion about it makes no sense because they had fucked this thing up so bad...

At this point, we can discuss what how much idiots in the game designer team a MMORPG can stand, but a discussion over this seal does not make any sense - it has no meaning and no function at all, maybe it is only a bad joke, i don't know.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eeeerm I do....


Useful for training weapons & when i'm lowish on heal/mana & can't be bothered to drink/heal

9:55 AM  
Anonymous icehouse said...

How about those guys in BWL that are immune to magic?

... Thats all I've got.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Mastgrr said...

I got to level 61 and just decided to write a little note about it. I bet there are plenty of other Pallies too.

When leveling weapon skills, just use rank 1 SotC :P

3:47 PM  
Anonymous Indy- said...

It's useless for tanking, to be sure. But when soloing, or not tanking, it could be used instead of SoR - as someone else said, judge Light or Wisdom for more procs, or if fighting a caster mob, faster attacks will mean more spell pushbacks on your enemy.

Even then, though, the ability to judge Righteousness for extra damage makes the seal much more useful overall. (Unless you have the libram that adds to SotCr, then it might do better dps.)

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-> indy

Please read the initial comment: "... except for Judgements..."

Beside this, except for skilling weapons (which is the advantage of this seal) I can hardly see any time where I want use this over another seal.

It is a dummy seal to remind paladins from where we come and what we should expect.

It was useful before (but to strong) but the idiots nurf it to much, the typical trial and error if someone does not know what to do...

7:22 PM  
Anonymous Indy- said...

Ok,I was unclear. The ability to judge Righteousnes for damage makes using SoR preferable to SotCr for routine use since it's more flexible; though damagewise I *think* SotCr would win out when equiping the libram that buffs it.

Obviously, you can't use SotCr if you're trying to create aggro in a group situation.

4:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's useful in raid settings when your primary job is keeping up judgements and focusing on heals. The speed and dps boost is useful, without requiring any additional attention/button pressing/mana.

Other then that very limited use, no. I never use it. Even for weapon skills, my int score is enough to not require any real work.

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you have Thunderfury its the best seal to use...

3:59 AM  
Anonymous TheDuke said...

- If you just need alot of hits and don't really care about the damage (destroying shammy totems, killing low level mobs, reaching the hitcount @ viscidus)

- If you really want a "chance on hit" to apply (Thunderfury)

- If you just judged your last seal and the opponent is still standing with almost no hp.

I agree you would usually not find good use for this seal (not judging). But we got alot more skills that have no much use in day to day business, but if used at the right way at the right time they can be lifesavers (seal of light (unjudged), blessing of sacrifice, turn undead, seal of justice).
Its just this what makes a paladin a well-played paladin.

4:49 AM  

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