Mawder wrote:Compromise and get a P/S like I did
Being faster also lets you use Dodge reactively. Say the pet you're fighting uses a move like Burrow or Lift-Off; if you're faster you can Dodge at the start of the next round and avoid that attack. If you're slower you have to know or guess that they will use that move on a given turn and then cast Dodge on that turn so that it will be in place in time for second half of the attack.Tracktastic wrote:dodge is LITERALLY twice as good (you actually are dodging 2 rounds) if your pet with dodge is higher speed.
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