As usual, it's best practice not to roll for an individual set, as that generally ends up as a horrible gold sink - keep the first set of the proc type you're looking for. If you happen to roll Overdrive or Drastic Density Enhancement, I'd recommend giving some thought to keeping it, even if you're aiming for a different proc type.
Numbers in square brackets [x] refer to the skill used by the character when pressing the Team-Up Button.
Only a single team bonus, but a team that seems to be designed to boost Angel. A great team for tackling endgame content with Angel as a main, though Valkyrie can put in work herself. A team with two decent characters and Angel, who's a league above. A solid group if you want Angel to carry a team with his own leadership, and want to trigger his 5th skill every time with the Co-Op Attack.
A more prominent thematic link with two other X-Men, providing solid team bonuses and a couple options for team support. Beast also provides some minor team buffs at Tier-2, with small amounts of Recovery Rate synergising well with Angel's Passive , Guaranteed Critical Rate, and reduction of damage received being applied to the entire team. A nice team with a few options for the leader spot, solid bonuses, and good characters all around. Angel's a great mission clearer, with good tracking on his i-frame skills, and a couple attacks that spray projectiles in multiple directions.
Played manually, his high DPS, long i-frames and almost-permanent damage immunity make him a solid choice to tackle even the toughest Story Missions. Running through Story Mission with Angel's own leadership, I got the following clear times: A really impressive time, given the AI's shoddy skill prioritisation during these runs. Angel's DPS is phenomenal, especially compared to other farmable Speed characters, and tears through Co-Op and Villain Siege bosses in a matter of seconds.
The burst damage on his 5th skill is absolutely deadly when paired with a high damage proc, and his other i-frame skills, while not as high-damaging, put up some good numbers as well. Angel's leadership alone would have made players scramble to build him for PvP, and on top of that, he's very proficient in these modes as well.
His quick and full i-frames are all great to break an enemy's partial i-frames and leave them stationary, and provide a solid second layer of protection to the characters that can pierce damage immunity. His biggest issue in PvP would be a character like Nova, who can both pierce i-frames and immunity in a single high-damaging move.
Angel holds his own in Timeline, even at Tier His DPS is sufficient to take out even tanky Combat characters, and he's basically always going to beat out a character with no pierce abilities or passives. Certain characters will give him trouble, but all in all he's a great pick for Timeline, and a very rare highly-farmable character that can function as both a leadership and a viable Timeline main. Battleworld is much the same, except you won't be able to take advantage of his debuff removal leadership skill, which certainly takes his usefulness down a notch.
In Conquest, there's really no guaranteeing what the AI will do, but the fact that he only has 1 bad skill the AI can possibly select 3 of them are full instant i-frames, the other applying a ton of buffs , he seems a solid pick for countering strong enemies.
His leadership is also most useful here, as it's nice to have a variety of choices for debuff removal to counter multiple enemy teams that may have debuff-reliant characters. Angel can readily clear the three modes of Alliance Battle, but he's not a fantastic performer in any. His survivability is excellent as always, so staying alive is never an issue, but his main pitfalls are his small area-of-effect attacks and constant i-frames. These two issues are especially bad together, since being in constant i-frame means enemies won't gather around him to attack, and will instead stay put in their various spawn locations all around the large arena, making the small attack radii on Angel's skills even more noticeable.
Despite this, his high damage and great defensive abilities make him a good choice for these modes. While he isn't a top scorer in Extreme Mode, he can easily stay alive the entire time and score a decent amount the video below is with his own leadership and no good support, lazy gameplay without really trying for a high score. As expected, Angel's an excellent World Boss main, with his perfect i-frames, fixed rotation, damage immunity, heals and high damage output. A fixed rotation in World Boss means that you don't even have to learn the enemy attack patterns - just stick to the rotation and you'll be completely fine in most cases you might still want to watch out for meteors in the Thanos stages, for example.
He's so good that there's not much more to add in terms of gameplay tips. I've also cleared Phase 1 of some of the Ultimate bosses, with solid support and strikers while the regular World Boss videos have none. Not the fastest clearer and certainly outdone by meta Native Tier-2s, but a solid and farmable choice for an earlier-game player.
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Angel is of course great in Shadowland, but isn't as ideal in this mode due to his unideal mobbing capabilities. He has no real method of keeping enemies together, most of his skills are directional or have poor area-of-effect damage, and he only has one 2-second Stun on his 3rd skill. While his high damage and survivability still make him a great pick for high-level Shadowland, he isn't quite as powerful here relative to single-enemy modes like World Boss where I'd say he excels in the most.
As mentioned in the "Skill Rotations" section above, once enemies are gathered in the general vicinity, it's good to use the first hit of skill 4 to group them tighter, allowing skill 5's laser to hit the entire group at once. Overall, Angel's as solid as you'd expect in Shadowland, but his kit is somewhat lacking in area-of-effect attacks, and abilities that easily control and push enemies around.
As such, he's not as good solo against modes with multiple enemies, though he's obviously a beast against Boss modes. Angel is without a doubt one of the best farmable characters in the game, and an incredibly fast farm at that, for players who focus on grinding Dimension Rifts. He has a really useful and rare PvP leadership, three long i-frames, massive damage output, near-permanent damage immunity, a strong damage accumulation buff, a team support passive, and significant native healing.
If that doesn't sell you, I don't know what will. He's spectacular at every mode of the game, and can contend with much harder-to-obtain Native Tier-2s in PvP. For a farmable character, he's a godsend, and I would recommend all players look into building him at least to Tier-1 maxed for his great utility and usefulness in a variety of gamemodes. After acing teams right and left with Sharon last week in Vibranium, I was pretty annoyed to finally have her get killed by an Angel Wolverine finished the job, though.
I plan on slapping a CTP of refinement on him soon which I think can give him loads of potential and making him even harder to kill. What is better for him. An obelisk with max hp crit rate and 5 sec invinc. Or ctp of refinement? I don't think either one is a bad call that you'd regret over the other.
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One thing to keep in mind, though, is that if you plan to use him against meta characters in PvP that pierce Invincibility, you're probably better off using the Refinement for the healing. There's something so satisfying about having a Rift-farmable character that can contend with all the Jeans and Quicksilvers in Timeline right now.
Played manually, he's nearly top tier, and how many useful leaderships can boast that? I just have a question. Because its really, REALLY a low boost as this kind of boost is applied in the base stats of your character not the one you are seeing from your character panel because tihs one is the result of card boosts, extra gears boost, alliance boosts, etc.
I'll correct that right away if so. Ah, I see whats the issue about it. Many people also get confused due absorption's description. What the HP truly does in this math is to prevent you to absorb damage faster to balance when a character is in lower level. This HP check prevents the character with 15k hp to absorb damage faster in a similar way the 50k hp one does. The leaderships are a good example: Percentages applies to the character's base stat rather than the total stat you are seeing from character's panel.
I don't doubt you, I've just heard conflicting information so I'd like concrete proof before I edit everything. I've heard others quote what I've said and not be corrected, but yours sounds plausible too. This is not the first time we have conflitting information related to 2 mechanics: Even if you feel there isnt enough proof for you to edit your post my reason to chat with you isnt only about for you to change that value. Lets use hypothethical values to understand why this damage accumulation has too many wording but was never solved appropriately: Lets use angel as example with his skill as level 6 and 20k HP:.
Lets say an enemy hit you with damage as true damage. Any damage taken to be applied in math higher than 3k will be set as be 3k for this hypothetic condition. It sounds really, REALLY CRAZY about the mechanic working like that, thats why sharon went too overpowered and the likes of Captain Marvel could beat a lot of energy users in TB due her rank 4 passive and her skill 4 ive even used my Captain Marvel because i wasnt believing the Math was like this and wasnt wanting to believe it was calculating stuffs this way but yep, i was able to even 1 shot Odin and dormammu without invincible using captain marvel while i was taking hits waiting for her passive to activate.
Sounds like you've played around with this a lot more than I have. Cheers for the explanation, I'll edit everything now! I've run multiple tests on this mechanic when I was making a guide for the various in-game mechanics which I've abandoned for now and can confirm their reasoning. This is why it's so confusing. In all of my honesty, ive made several runs after they have fixed Captain Marvel's rank 4 passive back in secret wars update it was broken back in time and ive always accepted the way you were saying as the most logic one, thats before stressing myself to solve this.
The same way applies for the likes of Storm, her damage absorption seems kinda different by reading it from skill panel but its actually the same. The difference is about this is a fixed value rather creating a value from the user's HP.
This means you wont be increasing her Energy Attack thats boosted by cards, alliance boost etc because this is not how raw numbers and percentage numbers works in math. You need to dismantle the total, separating percentages and raw numbers. Do them separadately and, in the end, sum their final values. Lets use 20k hp Angel as example. Using the same example for storm it would be 0. Im not saying you should accept my fact and resources, because back in time the way you were saying was the way i was accepting the most You seem to be going off in a tangentially different direction.
While it's true that Storm's passive works exactly as you described; ultimately it works differently than Angel's passive. Even the buff icons are different to indicate that. We can sit down and argue language semantics and math all day long to have our belief make sense, but the actual truth will only come from testing and observation and then tweaking our theory to fit the observation.
My testing indicated that the observation fits this theory, so I accept it. Maybe something got lost in translation or NM intentionally worded it so to make understanding difficult, who knows. Actually I should thank you for clearing my mind, which was an incomplete research. After days of researching the math, this what ive got:. However, the HP check works both as a raw number to be used in rule of 3 AND a blocker to avoid powercreep.
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