anybody notice this?

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Ensign
May 09, 2011
29
the point of this is that there are 2 bucs 2 swashes and 1 priv for starter comps. well, the presidio comps are the same! post a reply if you noticed.

Petty Officer
Sep 02, 2011
67
Incorrect dead mike guinea pig and crab are all buccaneers milo is a swashbuckler Jack is a privateer resulting in 3 Bucs 1 swash 1 Privateer

Lieutenant
May 06, 2012
131
BluJewel on Apr 7, 2013 wrote:
the point of this is that there are 2 bucs 2 swashes and 1 priv for starter comps. well, the presidio comps are the same! post a reply if you noticed.
No there not. There are three Gaspard de vole, birgus latrito and dead mike. one lucky jack Russel and one Milo grey tail

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Bosun
Dec 21, 2009
325
BluJewel on Apr 7, 2013 wrote:
the point of this is that there are 2 bucs 2 swashes and 1 priv for starter comps. well, the presidio comps are the same! post a reply if you noticed.
They did it so there wouldn't be any ranged.

Petty Officer
Sep 02, 2011
67
noahdd on Apr 7, 2013 wrote:
They did it so there wouldn't be any ranged.
i find that somewhat pointless, why not put a witchdoctor in there :P

Admiral
Nov 23, 2011
1194
So I figure. After all, everyone picks up Bonnie Anne almost immediately, and Old Scratch fairly early on. So everyone is going to have a Musketeer and a Witchdoctor for standing back and blasting, so starting and Presidio companions are run-up-and-hit-people types.

Captain
May 02, 2009
525
Indigo Ring on Apr 8, 2013 wrote:
So I figure. After all, everyone picks up Bonnie Anne almost immediately, and Old Scratch fairly early on. So everyone is going to have a Musketeer and a Witchdoctor for standing back and blasting, so starting and Presidio companions are run-up-and-hit-people types.
FYI, those run-up-and-hit-people types are called Melee, and yeah why no ranged? Then again it would be difficult to fight troggies that way I guess

Ensign
May 09, 2011
29
Okay, maybe you were right about Dead Mike being a Buc, but why does he stab, not smash, for his normal move? Hm? Just give me a reason.