So, why does Shoulder Charge exist? (Criticism)

by Korny @, Dalton, Ga. US. Earth, Sol System, Friday, November 19, 2021, 15:55 (188 days ago) @ CyberKN

Losing Shoulder Charge efficiency is a huge bummer, and regardless of exotics, it, by design, forces you to position yourself closer to the enemy's allies than any other ability, with the understanding that you are okay with that if it secures you the initial kill. That said, they had nerfed it to that degree once before, and it wasn't the Titan killer that we feared at the time.

My big takeaway from this balancing article:

Hunter Dodge
-No longer breaks projectile tracking.

The ability for Hunter dodge to break tracking was the one weakness that my Warlock has had to contend with since the dawn of D2. It's the only thing that consistently puts me at a disadvantage in engagements (and I even have to change out of the Lion against full Hunter teams because of it).

... But no more.

Y'all Hunters out there:


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