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Bicolors + 6★ Archangels
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This is probably the reason why the Bi-colour Starters (Trixie, Stritch, etc.) did not receive a second attack-boosting colour added to their Captain Skill.

I don't think it is a huge deal right now - it is a very specific set-up. But it is clearly not how the Devs. intended this iteration to work. As more & more Fighters are promoted to Bi-colour forms, this set-up will become easier to form - in the future it could become too strong, but as of right now, it is probably not that big of a deal. But it is good that this was caught now! Bi-colour Fighters open a whole new vista of Fighter combinations & creative interactions.
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(06-07-2016, 12:22 PM)Quinn Wrote:  This is probably the reason why the Bi-colour Starters (Trixie, Stritch, etc.) did not receive a second attack-boosting colour added to their Captain Skill.

I don't think it is a huge deal right now - it is a very specific set-up. But it is clearly not how the Devs. intended this iteration to work. As more & more Fighters are promoted to Bi-colour forms, this set-up will become easier to form - in the future it could become too strong, but as of right now, it is probably not that big of a deal. But it is good that this was caught now! Bi-colour Fighters open a whole new vista of Fighter combinations & creative interactions.

They didn't. It slipped past the boundaries of balance. With so few Bicolor Fighters (30 Fighters) and their immense Weight requirement, a team of Bicolors seem like a dream. Otherwise, as it is, the aforementioned combo is pretty powerful by itself. The only problem is, it is NOT a miracle combo. Double Natives (DN) strategy is stronger, but if you want huge burst damage (reaching 450K+ faster than DN), then it's viable.
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