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Perhaps a Mid Tier is in Order?

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1 Perhaps a Mid Tier is in Order? on Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:41 am

From Fir down to OJ. Upper and Lower Mid seem way too big, and some characters don't really fit into either category (Cecilia's too utility heavy to be lower, not good enough otherwise to be upper, Bartre's been discussed, Fir still needs training and some form of support of which only Bartre is really semi-viable, Klein I'm not sure but that's just my opinion still, OJ needs training but becomes a perfectly fine standalone unit in the isles, then in Bern/Ilia when he gets axes).

So, reasonable, or no?

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2 Re: Perhaps a Mid Tier is in Order? on Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:06 pm

Lower-Middle would still be far bigger than the other tiers even with this applied. As for the proposed tier breaks, OJ a tier up over Geese and Noah would seem odd IMO. The upper break seems to make more sense, though Ellen and Roy have significant problems anyways so I wonder whether they're really a tier ahead of some of these people.

I'm not opposed to changing around the tier separations, but I don't quite buy your argument for this specific change.

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3 Re: Perhaps a Mid Tier is in Order? on Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:11 pm

I'll be honest, I'm not precise on who fits as mid tier either, and that was a random shot in the dark. However, I still believe there should be a mid tier, because some characters just do not fit upper or lower.

All I know is that Ceclia should be in it at least, and at the opposite end could be the Ilian cavs. Would Fir and Klein fit as mid?

Consider it an open discussion topic, as I don't think we will just suddenly come up with a perfect solution without working down to the core of the issue.

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