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Tinnis

Video - guide to bard and troubador song mechanics and twisting

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As a followup to @Zybak's recent video theorycrafting his confessor bard.

I thought I'd throw together a video running through how the mechanics for these new major runestone song subclasses - the Bard and the Troubador work.

Especially with regards Twisting which Zybak did not pursue in his build.

p.s. dizzy effect / fall damage ALSO cancels songs!

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The ramp up is brutal on empowering multiple songs. I'm hoping someone proves me wrong and actually manages to twist sucessfully in a combat situation while being harassed by enemies. It takes so long to build the Bard/Troubadour house of cards and 1 mediocre CC chain to knock it down. 

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9 minutes ago, Zybak said:

The ramp up is brutal on empowering multiple songs. I'm hoping someone proves me wrong and actually manages to twist sucessfully in a combat situation while being harassed by enemies. It takes so long to build the Bard/Troubadour house of cards and 1 mediocre CC chain to knock it down. 

1 or 2 empowered would be the best option, adjusting for needs of the situation - and running it on a class with a shield block for spammable on demand CC immunity. Also if you restart a basic song after a CC it will still run empowered version. I doubt I would try to run 4 empowers in most situations, unless your skirting unseen.

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