Summoner's Tri-Disaster

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User Info: Klesk14

Klesk14
3 years ago#1
Do any Summoners actually use Tri-Disaster? The damage is very weak at the moment at 30 potency (perhaps stronger later I'm only 42). Is it the bind effect is what makes it something useful?

User Info: DullahanEX

DullahanEX
3 years ago#2
It seems like it's meant to be used together with other AoE DOTs like Shadow Flare and debuffs to rack up damage on multiple enemies. Add Fester to debuffs for even more pain.
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User Info: Deadlynoobs

Deadlynoobs
3 years ago#3
the bind is the only good thing and with DR you can't spam it.

User Info: Riondude

Riondude
3 years ago#4
Summons stop attack targets bound by tri disaster... More hassle then it's worth really. Really high mp cost as well.

User Info: DullahanEX

DullahanEX
3 years ago#5
Riondude posted...
Summons stop attack targets bound by tri disaster... More hassle then it's worth really. Really high mp cost as well.


You can command you summon not to attack an enemy and MP isn't really an issue with Etherflow.
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User Info: kyosuke34

kyosuke34
3 years ago#6
works well if you have black mage's instanta cast
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User Info: Riondude

Riondude
3 years ago#7
DullahanEX posted...
Riondude posted...
Summons stop attack targets bound by tri disaster... More hassle then it's worth really. Really high mp cost as well.


You can command you summon not to attack an enemy and MP isn't really an issue with Etherflow.


Yes. But in doing so, you waste some time sic-ing and aetherflow is better used on bane and fester IMO.

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