The Elsweyr Chapter and Update 22 base game patch are now available to test on the PTS! You can read the full patch notes here https://forums.elderscrollsonline.com/en/categories/pts
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Magicka sorc 28-0 gameplay (no endless fury kill steals!)

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5 necro
5 armour master
2 infernal

Super fun gameplay for you, enjoy!
  • validifyedneb18_ESO
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    endless fury!

    endless fury!

    endless fury!

    endless fur-- Wait what, some people can actually play good magsorcs?

    Pretty poggers
    Edited by validifyedneb18_ESO on February 8, 2019 12:56AM
  • Aurielle
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    Let’s see those numbers in a mid-upper tier MMR deathmatch. ;) A decent build, to be sure, but K/D ratios in non-DM modes (where a lot of potatoes tend to play, because they can’t survive in DMs) generally mean nothing.
    Peace-Weaver | Aldmeri Dominion | PS4 NA

    Sarenthia | Altmer Sorcerer
    Aurielle | Breton Warden
    Khuthala | Khajiit Templar
    Drusilla | Dunmer Nightblade
    Malignant gra-Nuloma | Orc Dragonknight

    For the Queen!
  • Abstraqt
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    Aurielle wrote: »
    Let’s see those numbers in a mid-upper tier MMR deathmatch. ;) A decent build, to be sure, but K/D ratios in non-DM modes (where a lot of potatoes tend to play, because they can’t survive in DMs) generally mean nothing.

    Wait, I'm gonna need you to translate that for me?
  • technohic
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    Abstraqt wrote: »
    Aurielle wrote: »
    Let’s see those numbers in a mid-upper tier MMR deathmatch. ;) A decent build, to be sure, but K/D ratios in non-DM modes (where a lot of potatoes tend to play, because they can’t survive in DMs) generally mean nothing.

    Wait, I'm gonna need you to translate that for me?

    It's the classic "You fight noobs" defense
    Technohic - DC Templar
    Technohicz - DC Nightblade
    Technohix - DC Sorc
    TechDKnohic - DC DK
  • Aurielle
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    technohic wrote: »
    Abstraqt wrote: »
    Aurielle wrote: »
    Let’s see those numbers in a mid-upper tier MMR deathmatch. ;) A decent build, to be sure, but K/D ratios in non-DM modes (where a lot of potatoes tend to play, because they can’t survive in DMs) generally mean nothing.

    Wait, I'm gonna need you to translate that for me?

    It's the classic "You fight noobs" defense

    It’s not a “defense”. K/D ratios in non-DM modes mean very little, because generally the only time you find good, competitive players in non-DM modes (on PS4 NA, at least) is when they’re placed there for their dailies. Most people who play objective games are healers or people in PVE gear who just want to get motifs and avoid actual PVP — which is easy to do when you just have to stand on a flag to get points. Again, if the OP can net those sort of numbers in a decently ranked deathmatch, they might mean something.
    Peace-Weaver | Aldmeri Dominion | PS4 NA

    Sarenthia | Altmer Sorcerer
    Aurielle | Breton Warden
    Khuthala | Khajiit Templar
    Drusilla | Dunmer Nightblade
    Malignant gra-Nuloma | Orc Dragonknight

    For the Queen!
  • ecru
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    There is a lot of talk about MMR in a game where your mmr isn't visible. I'm reminded of Rift when MMR wasn't visible at first, and everyone was complaining about their "high mmr". A few patches later they made it visible to everyone, and a lot of those "high mmr" players were quite average.

    Really makes you think.
    all trials cleared on HM
  • wheem_ESO
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    ecru wrote: »
    There is a lot of talk about MMR in a game where your mmr isn't visible. I'm reminded of Rift when MMR wasn't visible at first, and everyone was complaining about their "high mmr". A few patches later they made it visible to everyone, and a lot of those "high mmr" players were quite average.

    Really makes you think.
    While it's true that we can't see our actual MMR in ESO, it's certainly possible to get an estimation relative to other players (especially for people with multiple different characters that have wildly differing numbers of matches played). Just as an example, Thogard's Stamblade (and Mag Sorc to a lesser degree) tends to get extremely short queue times, and matches up against people that I (and his Stam Warden) almost never see.
  • thedude33
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    ecru wrote: »
    There is a lot of talk about MMR in a game where your mmr isn't visible. I'm reminded of Rift when MMR wasn't visible at first, and everyone was complaining about their "high mmr". A few patches later they made it visible to everyone, and a lot of those "high mmr" players were quite average.

    Really makes you think.

    Similar to when they do a poll and ask drivers to rate their driving skills. 78% of them say they are above average drivers. :#
    1v1 Win/Loss Record in PvP.
    1 Wins - 392 Losses (guy was AFK)

  • clocksstoppe
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    lmao meteor
  • Abstraqt
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    lmao meteor

    Why lmao
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