It's time to continue into part two of my Bravely Fireteam build. This video will elaborate on the Warlock, an ability based class with high Recovery stats. Basically the closest thing Destiny has to a healer, though the Destiny 2 beta seemed to be pushing them into that role. But enough chit chat, let's get on with the build.
Hey guys, Red here! So after my last build you guys gave me a lot of ideas for stuff to do for the next while, so that is awesome. I'm gonna do as many of them as I can, but let's start with this. stephan becka suggested a Destiny themed build, and since the latest Destiny 2 trailer was incredibly badass, I decided I'll do each of the three classes. Hence, part one, the Titan!
Destiny has many different activities where one can earn loot and level up. The highest, most difficult, and most rewarding, activities are the Raids, where a group of six enters a length dungeon to fight through multiple phases, picking up mechanics that will eventually be used in the final boss fight of the Raid. So, in this article, I will be going over a walkthrough of how to complete the Vault of Glass, the first Raid in Destiny.
Skolas sucks. I hate him so much, he is the very bane of my existence. But as much as I hate him, most of his fight concepts are really amazing and make for, in my opinion, the most teamwork oriented fight in Destiny. So in this article, I'll do the best I can give you the advice you'll need to do all of Skolas' Revenge. This will also act as a guide for those who want to try and solo Skolas as well.
Do you play Destiny? Can't find any Raid groups, or when you do, do they say you suck and then kick you harder than a soccer ball? Basically, do you just wanna get a raid done so you can get the Raider achievement and say "hey i finished a raid whoo"? Well, you're in luck! Because in this video I'm gonna explain how to do the Crota's End raid all by yourself like the big boy or girl that you are.