Originally Posted by hveyn
my tm is lvl 120. which is better in late game for dragon Light, mana ring or magic arrow? considering using SoH 24/7 will MR be more effective damage wise because able to get closer to monsters for full damage or MA still the best choice in damage overall?
Also which will be better at PVM/BOssing, a full priest or hybrid? Initially i was planning on going pure dragon priest but then i look into the class guide more and saw that hybrids also get priest skills, Radiant strike/SoH along with more AoE skills from sheeps class.
did the instant lvl 130 event going on now.
-Arrow Rush is better overall for late-game since it deals high, neutral magic damage. Mana Ring was good if you could ohko with it, or needed to tag a monster with it, but single-target skill training is so 2006.
-When you're a PvM/PvBoss Light Magic type all you need is LK and MA. I think for the higher end bosses and CT bosses you only need is like 300 or 400-ish LK.
-Going Hybrid is more versatile and you get more and better AoEs (and the option to switch elements if you wanted). If you go pure, you still get AoEs but you're stuck with more expensive (MP-wise) and just inefficient AoEs in general. It really comes down to preference since they'll both do just fine, but Hybrid would probably be a little easier.
Originally Posted by Blyr
If I'm going to fast track a dragon -> priest is there any reason to bother with arrow rush?
My wind/water sheep (lv.190) has finally outgrown it, and playing around with a new FT'd priest all the light skills, it seems like learning it/mastering it is a waste of TM if i'm going to bypass most of the early leveling. Just asking incase it's a req. for another skill that I didn't notice.
Good, neutral magic damage would be the reason for getting it. If it didn't deal such great damage while being neutral, I doubt anyone would get it. Since you fast-tracked you can wait a little before getting it in order to get the good AoEs and more crucial skills, but you'll need it eventually.
(And I highly doubt your Wind/Water sheep has truly outgrown it unless it's actually like Wind/Water/Dark or you never boss/PvP often.)