I regularly play SoaSE but one thing that I haven't found is a good explanation/tutorial of the differences between the weapons present in the game and their effect on the hull and shield points of the enemy ships.
Any good pointers?
Sirens get bonus Elemental Effect chance but Explosive weapons appear to ignore "chance" and always deal explosive damage. None of the Siren's skills appear to (directly) effect explosives. Is there any benefit for Sirens when using Explosive weapons? In Borderlands 1 Sirens' "elemental effect chance" actually improved your "proc pool" which meant you could deal more damaging procs more often, which included Explosive effects. Is that still the case?
Possible Duplicate: Does crouching improve accuracy with most ranged weapons? Does it reduce the spread in which any gun is fired? For example, in the case of the Heavy, does crouch firing with the minigun reduce spread? Or does it have little to no effect on where the bullets go?
Possible Duplicate: Do I ever get xp for my party member's kills? Does party size affect chance of better loot? I was looking around and I didn't find any good source that provides a good explanation (baby steps) on how is experience going to work in Diablo 3 multiplayer. The experience is individual like loot/gold? The members of the party receive extra experience per member in the party? (party bonus) Does monsters give more experience because you are playing in a party?
I've played a good bit of Battlefield 4, and used a number of the pickup weapons to good effect, but when browsing through the weapons list, I came across 2 I've never seen: the USAS-12 FLIR and the AMR-2 CQB. I've found the standard version of the USAS-12 on a number of maps, and the standard and MID versions of the AMR-2, but not these. Can anyone tell me on which multiplayer maps and where they are located? Or provide a reference that tells where all (multiplayer) pickup weapons are in-game?
Some spoilers, if you haven't yet played MW2. Throughout MW1 and MW2, Price seems to be a good guy. However there is a short part of MW2 where he seems to turn bad. After launching the Russian nuke at America, someone frantically informs him that the missle is launching, and he simply replies "Good". One of the many things in the MW2 plot that totally threw me.... What was the explanation for shooting a nuke at his allies?
This term comes in advanced settings without any more explanation. Does this mean I will get more water if I chose low sea level or more mountainous terrain? Or maybe I am misunderstanding the term completely?
In previous Mass Effect games, I lost a few good people. So I was pleasantly surprised to find that a Memorial Wall was erected on the Normandy SR-2 in Mass Effect 3, honoring those who'd fallen in battle. However, there's one name missing. Zaeed Massani. He did not survive the suicide mission in the game I imported from Mass Effect 2. Several other memorable crew members lost... the demise of SR-1 and I should have 25. Interestingly, I do have 25. But, as I've mentioned, Zaeed is nowhere to be found in the list, so the number should be 24. Is there a known explanation
I've been playing the Footmen mod for SC2 a lot lately and i really enjoy it. I was wondering if anyone has some good strategies for this mod? What hero should i choose and what stats should i upgrade first? Is it better to stick with the lower tier units and upgrade armor/weapons or do it the other way (first level up units, then armor/weapons)? Any other suggestions on how to win?
Whenever I equip a kit with my engineer, I am able to remove a condition. This effect seems to trigger with a cooldown. But I can't seem to find where does this effect trigger from. My weapons do not have specific sigils, nor my armour have runes. I've got 30 Firearms (IV, VIII, XI), 30 Alchemy (V, VII, IX) and 10 in Tools (IV). The only traits that would be related to this effect are: Alchemy IX Backpack Regenerator that gives regen when equipped with a kit, or the Tools IV Kit refinement which cast a spell or attack upon equipping. I think the latter is the most probable source