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I know the Fall event just ended, and it's a bit early to panick, but do we have any idea of when the Musashi LCS bonus is going to be implemented? Since last even left me dry, I was somewhat hoping that it would be active starting from this update, since it would allow player in a similar situation to make good use of the natural ressources regen to try crafting her.
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I know the Fall event just ended, and it's a bit early to panick, but do we have any idea of when the Musashi LCS bonus is going to be implemented? Since last even left me dry, I was somewhat hoping that it would be active starting from this update, since it would allow players in a similar situation to make good use of the natural ressources regen to try crafting her.
   
 
I don't want to appear overly pessimistic or anything, but if they only increase the success rate 1 month/a few weeks before the actual event, this could end up being a pretty bad ressources sink hole/gamble, since in addition to crafting her (which may or may not be an ordeal in itself depending on how high is the success rate increase), you would also have to train her to a reasonable level, especially if you're aiming for a hard mode clear (seeing how ridiculous her repair cost is, it would probably be a terrible idea to use an underleveled Musashi). Heck, technically, if her success rate increase end up being only very marginal, and if it's only added in one or two months, it might be better to try crafting her now if you still have ressources under your soft cap.
 
I don't want to appear overly pessimistic or anything, but if they only increase the success rate 1 month/a few weeks before the actual event, this could end up being a pretty bad ressources sink hole/gamble, since in addition to crafting her (which may or may not be an ordeal in itself depending on how high is the success rate increase), you would also have to train her to a reasonable level, especially if you're aiming for a hard mode clear (seeing how ridiculous her repair cost is, it would probably be a terrible idea to use an underleveled Musashi). Heck, technically, if her success rate increase end up being only very marginal, and if it's only added in one or two months, it might be better to try crafting her now if you still have ressources under your soft cap.

Latest revision as of 17:04, December 11, 2017

I know the Fall event just ended, and it's a bit early to panick, but do we have any idea of when the Musashi LCS bonus is going to be implemented? Since last even left me dry, I was somewhat hoping that it would be active starting from this update, since it would allow players in a similar situation to make good use of the natural ressources regen to try crafting her.

I don't want to appear overly pessimistic or anything, but if they only increase the success rate 1 month/a few weeks before the actual event, this could end up being a pretty bad ressources sink hole/gamble, since in addition to crafting her (which may or may not be an ordeal in itself depending on how high is the success rate increase), you would also have to train her to a reasonable level, especially if you're aiming for a hard mode clear (seeing how ridiculous her repair cost is, it would probably be a terrible idea to use an underleveled Musashi). Heck, technically, if her success rate increase end up being only very marginal, and if it's only added in one or two months, it might be better to try crafting her now if you still have ressources under your soft cap.

If I remember correctly, Tanaka said in an interview that Musashi "wouldn't be mandatory", but this in itself is pretty vague. Her use could range from "skipping a sub node" to "having a super important damage modifier". I guess she could also be "not mandatory in easy/medium", but mandatory for hard. The whole thing would be a lot less nerve-wracking if we had more info on this.

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