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Stop With The Hysterics About Rolling

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  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.
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  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.
  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.

    Your comment was very difficult to decipher. I really didn’t get much from your messy paragraph other than you were trying to pull a Cathy Newman “So what you’re saying is...” at the beginning. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Your grammar doesn’t have to be perfect, but it can’t be that bad if you expect people to read and gain something from it. Something to think about.
  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.

    Your comment was very difficult to decipher. I really didn’t get much from your messy paragraph other than you were trying to pull a Cathy Newman “So what you’re saying is...” at the beginning. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Your grammar doesn’t have to be perfect, but it can’t be that bad if you expect people to read and gain something from it. Something to think about.

    Wasn't talking to you in that paragraph. Therefore don't care if you can read it let alone understand it.
  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.

    Your comment was very difficult to decipher. I really didn’t get much from your messy paragraph other than you were trying to pull a Cathy Newman “So what you’re saying is...” at the beginning. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Your grammar doesn’t have to be perfect, but it can’t be that bad if you expect people to read and gain something from it. Something to think about.

    Wasn't talking to you in that paragraph. Therefore don't care if you can read it let alone understand it.

    Well, in that case, you should also learn how to properly use the quote function. Quoting someone in your reply is actually addressing that someone. This is a regular part of Internet forums so it’s really important to keep that in mind.
  • Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.

    Your comment was very difficult to decipher. I really didn’t get much from your messy paragraph other than you were trying to pull a Cathy Newman “So what you’re saying is...” at the beginning. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Your grammar doesn’t have to be perfect, but it can’t be that bad if you expect people to read and gain something from it. Something to think about.

    Wasn't talking to you in that paragraph. Therefore don't care if you can read it let alone understand it.

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  • JAREDUP wrote: »
    Ok, I have just tested HvV again for a few hours. I used Phasma and Yoda at least 3 times each, as well as Darth Maul, Lando, and Han.

    My conclusion: there is nothing wrong with the roll, saber lock, and especially nothing wrong with Yoda. HvV is not broken and you are not guaranteed a loss as the heroes.

    Yoda hits HARD with his regular strike. I used the dash attack both offensively and defensively. I only died when ganged up on.

    As a blaster hero, I got out of close range encounters by rolling to the side. Yes, I got damaged, but that is expected when in saber range. If I tried only rolling backwards or activating an ability while getting attacked, then I was too stunned to do anything. I was rarely so stunned that I couldn’t roll to the side or fire back.

    I have to disagree about patch 1.2 doing anything bad to HvV. Everyone now seems to be strong where they should be and weak where they should be. Before the patch, this was not the case. Blaster heroes had nothing to fear no matter where they were in relation to a sith, now they have to be wary of close encounters and move strategically, as they rightfully should.

    So your saying if your way more skilled than 2 other hero's you shouldn't win because before yoda if the player using him was a better skilled player he could 1v2 1v3 or even 1v4 the other team as it should be all I can say is anyone that thinks a button mash fest is ok then of course you love the new patch and love 1v1ing and maybe living with 10% health or getting killed regardless of skill level.

    Though it’s hard to tell for sure what you are saying with your run on sentence, no I never said that.

    Oh jeez someone to complain about run on sentences, and grammar oh no save us all. And the system is broken or their wouldn't be so many threads on the forums plain n simple.

    Your comment was very difficult to decipher. I really didn’t get much from your messy paragraph other than you were trying to pull a Cathy Newman “So what you’re saying is...” at the beginning. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Your grammar doesn’t have to be perfect, but it can’t be that bad if you expect people to read and gain something from it. Something to think about.

    Wasn't talking to you in that paragraph. Therefore don't care if you can read it let alone understand it.

    RIP @BadMuthaDude

    Uh, okay.
  • At this point I just gave up on rolling. Don't even use it anymore at all. Instead I just shoot the button mashers in the face if I'm a blaster hero. Upgrade both Leias E-11 cards and you have the greatest counter to button mashers lol
  • I just scrolled through this toxic thread and am seeing so many people think that you should automatically die in a 1v2 or a 1v3 with no chance of survival. What kind of player is this game emulating? I decided to quit HVV all together unless my friends wanna play. Ashame it was my favorite.
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  • Man nobody can be satisfied. I mostly like to use lightsaber Heroes and Darth Vader is my favorite. So obvously, yes I am very pleased and satisfied with the roll/dodge nerf. However I understand that people who like to use blaster heroes and like to main them are really frustrated with the new patch nerf to rolling. I really don't want them to bring back the old rolling system as i thought it was really broken. Maybe a better match making system needs to be in next patch. But I believe blaster heroes should be at a big disadvantage against lightsaber heroes AT Close quarters. Being a lightsaber hero and a blaster hero shouldn't be played the same, you need to be more strategic with a blaster hero and i still see the lightside winning matches in HvV and Blaster heroes getting the best of lightsaber heroes even after the patch with good roll timing and anticipation on when the attack will come. Yes Darkside might have a slight advantage at the moment but I dont think it is as big as people think it is.

    Well, Darth Vader is the best hero in HvV, Boba can fly like a maniac around the map to almost guarantee a win, Iden can destroy people with her two droid stuns, and the lightside has Chewie, who is screwed without the shock grenade and bowcaster, Yoda, who is dead vs any two vs one, and Luke, who has a slight chance, Rey, who has the best chance if she doesn’t get Saber stunned, and Han, who, if left alone, can do well. But they also have Palps, who can do the same, but better, Phasma, who is dangerous with her droid, but pretty weak, and Bossk, the living mine field, but the main point is that Vader is an absolute game changer since Saber heroes like Yoda can't even get away from him. The darkside is overall more powerfull, and the lightside is lacking, their best characters rely on stuns like Chewie, Lando, and maybe Han, Leia. There is an imbalance, and the lightside can't keep up against a good darkside team.
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