draego Posted September 20, 2017 Share Posted September 20, 2017 (edited) Troubadour doesn't make sense to me. Linger is longer, but it's shorter if you use Brisk Recitiation (presumably subclass exclusive) for faster phrases. But the faster phrases lose their purpose because invocations are more expensive. So... everything about it is a wash? Linger is longer, but if you use the class ability it's also shorter and you get more phrases, but invocations cost more. The way I interpret it, higher invocation cost is the price they pay for longer linger, which is their signature class ability. Optionally, they can use Brisk Recitation to sacrifice the extended linger duration in favor of faster phrase build-up when they want to use invocations. Makes sense to me. So it's a subclass that you can switch off? How does that make sense? Ye i dont see it that way. The brisk recitation for this class is a modal. So by default the modal is off and while its off the linger is longer. So that is the base existence of the class, longer lingers. If you turn on the modal then your lingers are shorter (and they didnt specify what shorter means. it could be that you go from +50% to +25 and that would be shorter but still longer than other classes they need to specify that.). Im not sure why that is bad, you get longer lingers. if you want to play a more passive chanter this is the class for you. Seem fine to me Edited September 20, 2017 by draego Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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