I'm wondering if the Goliath's multi-lock weapons system is worth its money. It costs 300 minerals at the merc building.
I think the update is the same as in the campaign, and allows the goliath to fire anti-air and anti-ground weapons simultaneously. So if you are attacking air and ground at the same time, it is like you have twice the firepower, right? Or does the update just make the Goliath switch between anti-air and anti-ground without any delay?
Is there otherwise a delay between switching targets?
Is it worth the money, compared to the Goliath upgrade in the middle building, or a weapons upgrade?
They attack ground and air at the same time, making the goliaths "twice" the fire power.
Is a Missile+Trap+Missile spell worth it? I hadn't had the time to experiment with the trap carrier so far. Do they go off instantly in large crowds or is there a delay? Do they fire against single mobs at all? Is it worth building a spell like this: S1: missile/ricochet4/homing S2: trap S3: missile spray5/homing anti crowd spell? *edited: * removed most of the questions for clarity as requested by more experienced stackers
In "Secret of the Magic Crystals", money is a key factor: you need to upgrade the building and the equipment in the stable. But you receive very little money (about 50 gold) from the races. What is the most efficient way to earn money?
Both the RPG-7 and the M2-CG are anti-vehicle weapons for the Engineer, but as far as I can tell they act about the same. Are there any differences between the two, and why would you prefer one over the other?
Possible Duplicate: Does Whimsyshire drop better loot than other areas? I want to know if spending money on upgrading the staff of herding all the way up to inferno is worth it, is the loot good enough to warrant upgrading my staff? Update Also, how hard is it? I currently can't get past Act 2, but I got the plans with a bug I've found (you start any quest in Hell, go to Public Games, and you are given the option to join that same quest but in inferno, even if you haven't cleared the previous acts.)
I suddenly found that I can upgrade my Mason's Workshop. What will be the result of this upgrade? Normally I'd just upgrade, but it costs rubies (for which you need real money). It seems really lame that upgrading a building like this would require real money. Although it's not really necessary, because it's not hard to get plenty of stone.
the luxury of experiencing getting a lock tone, but no tone for when a missile is released ( or sometimes its an instant lock-missle away). Is this because it isn't heat-signature based to combat air vehicles? This is what I picked up online: "The FGM-148 Javelin is an unlockable anti-vehicle weapon for the Engineer kit. It is capable of locking on to any ground vehicle within line-of-sight...I am lover of air combat in BF3, but I seem to get dominated by players/squads/teams with a soflam & Javelin Combo. In my experience, I have not been able to ever shake a javelin in the helo
I play ME3 on xbox and a friend has it on PC. I know we can't game together between platforms but I was wondering if I bought ME3 on the PC is there any way that I can use the same profile that I use with xbox so I have the same classes and weapons unlocked without having to start over again? I'm thinking not but I thought it worth checking...
When you pick up a weapon that is on the ground during BF3 multi-player, do you get the deceased's kit as well ? Not sure, But I think I have noticed a different secondary weapon (pistol) after picking up another gun when i have run out of ammo.
In trying to develop a good attack strategy, I need to know more about how the defense building AI works. As of this question there are seven different defensive buildings (cannon, archer tower, mortar, air defense, wizard tower, hidden tesla, crossbow). The game is pretty clear that some target ground, some air, and some both. What I am interested in is, given many eligible targets: In what... and you don't have exact control over where they path.