City Of Heroes Street Justice Power Set Detailed
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Paragon Studios has posted a new Intrepid Informer article detailing features available in its super hero themed MMO, City of Heroes. This time the Informer focuses on the Street Justice power set, with tips and tricks for getting the most out of the abilities.
I'm here once again to talk about a new power set. This time I'm going to be giving you the skinny on Street Justice! This new melee set is a primary powerset choice for Brutes, Scrappers and Stalkers and a secondary powerset choice for Tankers. I'm going to go great detail on how this set functions, I'll offer some helpful tips and tricks and finally I'll mention some possible character themes.Further details are available at the site listed below.
The Intrepid Informer: Street Justice
Street Justice offers is a single target focused melee set that delivers bone crushing blows, that said it also has a couple of very useful powers with some area of effect. This powerset introduces a new mechanic called Combo Levels. Each attack power in the set is designated as either being a combo builder or a finisher. Combo builders increase your combo level and finishers are boosted by your current combo level as well as setting your combo level back to 0. You can have a maximum Combo Level of 3. Street Justice's combo building mechanic is quite different from Dual Blades. Street Justice allows the user to build a combo out of whatever combo builder powers you have and close with any finisher powers you have. So, it might lack of the diversity of finisher effects that Dual Blades has, but it provides a much higher level of versatility. To top it off Street Justice allows you to use a finisher with any amount of Combo Levels, even if you have none. That said, your finishers will deal significantly more damage if used with Combo Levels.
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