Pilot wrote: »
The strategy of "just upgrade what you got" works only so far. Dividing your efforts is not longterm benificial. Disclaimers out... You need to find one character (whoever that is) and build around that character to develop a viable strategy. That may mean NOT dumping everything into Chewy even if hes the best you have right now. Which of your characters do you want to highlight? Luke? Phasma? Talia? Whichever your choice, analize your strategy options around that. There are othet factors to consider but you have to build a strategy. For example:
You have Luke. He is an easy Canteena farm, and a high damage dealer (something you're going to want at least 1 of in a typical team (specialized teams like counter attack or AoE may not run a high damage attacker)). Luke is a Rebel, so he synergizes through faction with Han, Ackbar, Leia, and a few other nameless. If you rule out Leia due to her chromium exclusive farm, that leaves you with Ackbar and Han. Both of these heroes are turn manipulators, with Han having a taunt and Ackbar having a situational heal and a dispel. Add in a real healer (Luminara for example, she also provides an ability block and is a high damage dealer) and someone with a slow or a buff, anyone really (say Poggle), and you have an amazing team with sunergy and all of the bases covered.
Now, I'm not suggesting you build this team or focus on Luke, but just provided an example. If you were to build the example team, you would start to find that Luke isnt who you should be building a team around, but instead you need to build around Han. He synergizes into any team, and Luke is niche. Having a solid team (the example team), you may decide to drop ackbar and Luke and bring in the droids. Your team becomes flexible, allowing you to swap in and out one or two characters to change the teams strengths.
The point is, you shouldnt just build into whatever you have. You build around someone until you have something and then you add to that something.
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