I started playing E&P in December 2017. I basically missed out the first six months tho… First HOTM I remember is Alasie. Never heard of HOTMs before.
I am the leader of Seven Days Departed (7DD) and the 7D Family. We have a great leadership team and great members so it is a smooth sailing ship right now.
Last hero I maxed was Clarissa, the current HOTM. Still experimenting some team combinations with her but I will likely use her in a 3/2 purple-heavy team. So her elemental link protects three purple heroes from specials. Right now I like her paired with GM - two very fast heroes and heavy DOTs.
I am currently holding onto my mats until the balance changes are live. I will probably max Brynhild, Lepus and a second Mitsuko, depending on how things turn out.
Been thinking about this question since I read the first interview of you… I will split this question up and answer it from two perspectives:
- Design: Guin. I just love her artwork. Imo the best looking hero in the game.
- Usability: Hel. Her versabilitiy is just insane. You can take her against any tank / opponent and her special will always be of great help. I was fortunate enough to get her 2x.
Probably my alliance. We’re fortunate enough to have a lot of very experienced players in 7DD so there’s always great advice. We’re more than happy to share our experience and knowledge on our Discord server, so as someone not in my situation I’d probably go there when seeking advice: https://discord.7ddgaming.com (Not sure if that’s allowed or not @JonahTheBard? If not, I’ll remove the link ) Jonah: Yes, that’s fine and I definitely left this note on purpose
I try to keep the positive memories and view everything from a positive perspective. Two memories are on top of my head right now, one specific and one being more general.
The specific one is my first ever 6/6 in wars. I rarely go for 6 OS attempts as my roster doesn’t have the depth to have a realistic chance at 6 one-shots. It all came together that war though - I went mono green with my last hit and managed to get a big cascade off at the end which sealed the deal.
The more general memory is about all the great and close wars we’ve had with e.g. Aggressive and CP. Countless wars which were decided by just a couple of points and several attacks were still ongoing even after the war clock was at 0:00. We even managed a draw one time vs. Aggressive - our first time ever.
I guess I gotta go with the obvious choice here: Rigard. He’s hands down one of the best healers in the game, especially with his costume bonus. I still use him every war.
The sun rising over the forest that lies in front of me. During lunch break I usually take a walk through the forest to get some fresh air and stretch my legs.
Ts, nothing! That’s what you get for ignoring my tags when reporting a bug, @Petri!
Gotta keep it traditional I guess. As a German I’d serve him some local beer and a Bratwurst!
- Give beta testers more information and hence, a better perspective about the intentions of the hero / feature being tested. Like this, we can provide better feedback and also see the full picture of the impact this hero / feature is going to have further down the road.
- New people should in some way have a chance to catch up. Especially with emblems, it would probably take years for a new player to catch up and be able to participate in a top 5% alliance. Idk… rather discouraging if I were to start now.
Your pick which one of those is more realistic.
It might sound cheesy but I personally wouldn’t buy anything. I am happy with the life I live. I’d donate the money to an organization that helps children have food, warm clothes and a good education.
I think we are very accommodative. Luckily we’re in a position where individual titan hits don’t matter too much - titans will die anyway. As long as everyone hits and qualifies for loot, damage output doesn’t matter.