When playing as Axton, did you focus more on him or his turret?

#1Number23rulzPosted 2/15/2013 7:07:36 PM
Improve Axton or Turret - Results (58 votes)
Axton
36.21% (21 votes)
21
Turret
63.79% (37 votes)
37
This poll is now closed.
Thinking of just putting all my skill trees in Axton this time.
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#2Azrael0206Posted 2/15/2013 7:09:30 PM
The great thing about Axton is you can easily balance both.
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#3Argyle_GargoylePosted 2/15/2013 7:10:15 PM
Both. Guerrilla/gunpowder. Each supports the other

You throw out a turret and let it to all the work. You will get bored. Work with it. It helps your damage as well as take some heat off of you
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#4KaBoom1322Posted 2/15/2013 7:17:33 PM
What Argyle said.I would definitely recommend getting metal storm.
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#5CORNBRE4DPosted 2/15/2013 8:25:48 PM
Both they did a good job not making you choose.

His capstones buff his turret, majority of his skills buff him though.
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#6sonofkorolPosted 2/15/2013 9:22:33 PM
I have a couple Axtons. You can balance both ways, but I'm enjoying making him into a tank. Fill out all the really good stuff in the Survival tree (basically one thing maxed out per level of the tree) and then put everything else into stuff to buff his turret. That's the newest way I'm doing him and it's awesome when I'm playing with my girlfriend, who is playing a sniper class.
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#7KLOUDrocksPosted 2/16/2013 4:14:30 AM
I voted "Axton", but it really depends on what you mean...

Looking at my totals, I added points to seven skills that affect my turret, whereas I only added to six skills that affect Axton. However, if you look at the skill points themselves, 19 go into the turret, whereas 29 go into Axton. In the end, I have two longbow sticky turrets with shields that can distract enemies, and between those and my skills for surviving, I've got a pretty good shot of making it through any battle.