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Rad/Sonic Defender or Sonic/Rad Corruptor?

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Looking to build something to maybe solo AV’s and/or GM’s with. I’ve heard tale of rad/rad defenders doing such but wondered if sonic attacks would help out since they have -Res. But I’m wondering if a defender would be better or if a corruptor. Any input would be greatly appreciated!


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If I’m not mistaken radiation only applies-def, which wouldn’t seem all that important in the incarnate world where you have tons of accuracy. I’d think the -res would be more beneficial, which is why I went sonic with my kin def.

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3 hours ago, Shoulung said:

If I’m not mistaken radiation only applies-def, which wouldn’t seem all that important in the incarnate world where you have tons of accuracy. I’d think the -res would be more beneficial, which is why I went sonic with my kin def.

This is true, but anything with -def can take an achilles proc, thats only 20% though and it does not stack. 

 

I would say that you will probably get more out of using a defender and procing your attacks. Radiation blast has some decent proc options so that is the way I'd go if I was trying to solo AVs on a corr or def. Also you get higher def and res values on the defender making it easier to hit softcap while keeping procs. 

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I guess that makes sense; I wasn’t looking at it from a proc angle as they don’t benefit from kinetics, but since radiation is a debuff, should be good to go. I haven’t dug around to see how sonic fares from procs to compete.

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