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Enforcer help?

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  • Enforcer help?

    Hello. I've been playing UE on and off and was thinking about making an Enforcer mini (I have a HW in the works, future devastator it is). I'm pretty much set when it comes to HW/Term, but when it comes to Enforcer, I have clouded thoughts. I was just wondering what Black Market LT's to look for/purchase and which crates to invest in so that I benefit both myself and my empire in the long run. Detailed guide/explanations greatly appreciated. (EvE, pts distribution (going for 2k/1k first before doing anything to other stats), etc etc)
    Last edited by Gnar; 08-21-2018, 12:01 AM.

  • #2
    Well, i would say anything that increases your deflect. Tusk from Black Market, Massimo and The Sheik from crates.
    If you want to be a token eater, a titan is more suited though. But if you are set on enforcer, I guess you could just skip on the usual defense build and focus on health and possibly attack. The higher damage the opponents do to you, the higher the deflect.

    The 2k eng / 1k stamina I guess is general, no matter of build.


    • #3
      I want to go to Titan eventually after Enforcer, with the intent on switching on Enforcer (if I can't make wars) or Titan (if I can be active for wars). If I were to try and suit both roles, what would be the case then?


      • #4
        I'm building a double LSI enforcer at the moment, focussing on Deflect. Even though it's small, it is really useful to my empire.
        For Lts, do what Alexian says (as an aside, Alexian is rarely wrong anyway): The Sheik (Mercenary crate), Tusk (black market and Razor crate), Bagboy (Mercenary crate), Massimo (Overlord crate) and Envy (black market and Challenger crate) copying the one with the highest Deflect. The good news is that none of them are Epics, only 3 uncommons and 2 rares. If you do dice jobs you shouldn't have too much of a problem starring them up.


        • #5
          Titan is a different matter.
          You can go offensive, by going with Splash Lts to maximise Bull Rush. You should be looking for Rocket (Invasion crate and black market), Morningstar (Razor crate) and Envy (black market and Challenger crate). Whiplash would be great but she was an Epic event and therefore only available in Epic crates.
          You can go defensive and maximise damage reduction with Turtle. You should be looking for Mr. Nuts (Mercenary crate), Vigilante (Razor crate), Brutus (Overlord crate and black market) and Envy (black market and Challenger crate). It is possible to reach silly levels of damage reduction.
          The problem with having 2 distinct loadouts for different applications is that it is going to take you a long time and effort (and possibly money, if you're willing to spend) to get the Lts that you need.