nevermind, it's not even worth going that far, if you still feel the need to trap adamans...rofl.
Must not party randoms too much.
so now glitching is considered as a pro, necessary and a good way of playing?
Find me someone who can trap all three adamans, and I'll gladly refer to him as being pro. Necessary I dunno; I don't like that word when it comes to discussions like these.
Guy 1: Why are we doing upper jahil with no healers?
Guy 2: Well you don't need
them, they aren't necessary
. Dodging and pots, dude.
Really no one 'need's anything. There's just stuff that makes it go smoother, and stuff that doesn't.
If it can help the party win or make the game go faster, I'd say glitching is 'good'. Well, unless the GM's decide to make it a ban-able offense or something. I guess glitching for random parties is kinda a catch 22. You're fairly certain they won't win without special help, but their lack of experience (game-wise, not level-wise) probably means they don't know how to do it anyway.
Well, you'll be happy to know that there are plenty of Siegs that are better than me. So if you thought I was good than you'll be happy to know I am far from great.
Where are they hiding?
Probably in those damned AIDS-infested pvp rooms, no doubt. Or just their own guilds, sticking to places where "the elite meet to greet". I need to find me one of those.
As for single-target damage, I think Tia can do that just as well as Sieg, if not more so. And she has TBT, to boot. All that leaves to Sieg in terms of uniqueness is provoke. Suppose I'll have to see it used properly, as you've described, to know for sure.
I really like the idea of team combos too, though in my case most of them were lucky A spams against a wall, with backdashing in-between. If we all spam our attacks fast as possible, the mob is bound to stay airborne. But I wouldn't get your hopes up; the general mindset for these kinds of things is: Everyone does their own thing. If everyone does their own thing well, we can salvage a win. That foursome red dragon thing would be pretty neat, though. If only everyone were as synchronized.