The end of spd +5
Has anyone else noticed there is no mention of spd +5 charges anymore everything is +2 move.
This means that we can speed stack like crazy
a feral warpwolf could easily go spd6 +2+2+2+2 +3 for charge
spd6 warpspeed bounding hunters mark windblown
so thats a 17" charge range I mean good god replace windblown with dogpile and add kayas feat and bam you just sacked someones caster on turn two.
This is going to be AWESOME
I noticed that. I started thinking up things to stack as well. I wonder if they will change something....
Yeah, I've been looking at that. It seems easily abused, IMO. I'm wondering if it will fall under the "no more than one effect" clause in the rules in the end. Currently, it does stack, but giving a Shadowhorn a 20+ inch threat range is pretty nuts, especially with eKaya's feat.
that's friggin gross! Also to change it up a bit lightning tendrils and warping ghostly could very well be the catsass. You could sneak and measure your control range to gauge a charge.
Originally Posted by UnderWood
Last edited by NecroticDischarge; 11-25-2009 at 05:51 AM.
Thats the first thing I noticed. It also is one of our stronger plays now, even more so than in MKI.
In MKI, we controlled the flow of battle, cheesing out charge denials. Now, we control the flow of battle by hitting fast, real dang fast.
Add in other powers like overtake or Mohsar's 'apparition' to that for possible spd increases.
Remember that you can't force out of control range so most of this is moot.
Ekaya can force outside on her feat turn. Also it shouldn't be difficult to set this up with your warcaster. Be it a simple move up or charging something (even your own stuff if necessary) to get the overlap you need. So not moot in the least.
Last edited by NecroticDischarge; 11-25-2009 at 11:30 AM.
Ah, but we've got Druid Overseers who can. Also, Mohsar, Krueger, Kromac & Morv can all force at greater than 24" diameter. So you could take a beast from your backfield (i.e. behind you warlock) and throw it way out in front of your lines. That can be unexpected.
Originally Posted by Ancient_of_MuMu