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Well... it's hiding something :|
Quote from: nautix on August 16, 2012, 01:03:47 PMAn asura can hide behind an object much easier then a norn or a charr can as well. :|Something to test would be if tab targeting allows you to still target that ashura based on equivalent sized hit boxes even though the character model is hidden behind a smaller object.Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk 2
An asura can hide behind an object much easier then a norn or a charr can as well. :|
The hit boxes are the same size across all races and are based on the largest size possible for the Norn which is 10 feet tall. So... a 3 foot tall Asura will have a 10 foot tall hitbox. Yes... their small size will be a slight advantage when standing next to a Norn due to how small they are but that's what tab targeting is for (as well as semi-free aim on spells).As for them being targeted first? I have no idea. It really depends on the enemy of who they want to focus on.
By refusing to take a legitimate factor into account with something that involves the cognitive processes of the brain, you are nullifying your own claim. Along with that, one should take, or do their best to take, a multi-dimensional approach to figuring out a problem or explaining a phenomenon. Failing to do so would not fair so well when trying to make a claim. While your claim of experience is one factor of this big equation, I fail to agree with you when you disclaim that size has nothing to do with PvP. It is important to keep in mind that nothing in this world works by one aspect, or a few aspects. There are too many variables to take into consideration to do so. It would be silly. Bigger targets that are easier to see will be a focal point when it comes to targeting. Easier targets make for easier focus in terms of watching them. Smaller targets pose a larger threat when it comes to keeping your eye on them. When the eye takes more time to focus in on something smaller, as compared to taking less time to focus on a larger target, that is more time that is taken, and more time that you could make a mistake. Let us just say that there are many different things that take into play when considering targeting within a game. With experience and time, the mind can be conditioned to not be so heavily reliant on the factor of size. By learning, we can enhance the effectiveness of our game play and targeting skills, which is where you are making your claims. However, it [size] will always play a factor in how we cognitively perceive the game, the world, and life in general. The degree to which it affects us is a different matter completely. BB,ChaseMixter Yosei HecateBona Dea UbumeAtlanta Neith
It's also easier to LOS with an asura.
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