Umm... the titan jump ability is not planet specific. It is an ability unlocked by experience. The "jetpack" item Twilight Garrison is sold by Xur or found in exotic Engrams, two things that are also not planet specific. Let it be noted that if you do not have the taken king expansion, the item will not drop for you.
A final disclaimer, I am on Xbox 360. I am not current on anything that happens on the Xbox One variant of destiny.
Not really. Hunters and warlocks each have thier own unique jump ability that can get them higher or farther than a normal jump can, but neither act like a "jetpack" per se.
I am of the opinion that the best time to start a new character is when you unlock your second sublcass with your first character (level 15, I think?) That gives you access to the second subclass of the new character you just started as well.
You have an enhanced jump ability. If you haven't already, go into your Striker class menu and make sure that the ability is active. If it is, then the circle that represents it will be blue with a white picture inside. If it is not, then the circle will be an outline in green with a white picture inside.
If you mean the item for titans that allows for more directional control in air, see Twilight Garrison.
Knight of glory's rise wrote: I understand that most people think it's not really a serious thing to overuse strong language. And I might have to agree with that. It really is not that serious. But useing it to often makes it such that it can't really serve it's intended purpose anymore. That being, to lend extra weight to a specific statement, or grab attention. If people are always throwing explatives around, they are useless. I think you are destroying what was a viable facet of the english language. This is going to sound a bit odd to you, but I think of countering overuse as a service to the community.
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While I appreciate your personal opinion and morality, I think you have tried too hard to express why you choose to not curse and unintentionally left lengthy messages that seemingly adopted a condescending tone. My suggestion for you the next time something like this occurs is to simply say something like, "I personally don't like or condone cursing" and leave it at that. Good luck.
Thanks for the pointers. I agree with most of the corrections you made, with he exception of the second. I think "too" is used when something is too much, too long, some type of excess. Alternativly, you use it in order to identify with something else. Ex: I'd like an icecream too.
You make a fair point. I see in hind sight that the message I used was over much. That said, I have had rather negative reactions in the past when I simply say "I don't condone cursing." Most often, all I get in reply to a message like that is a string of more curses.
Again, with the advantage of hind sight, I realized that the Wikia system, or at least that part of it with good repute, is not likely to give me such a response.
TL;DR Good point. Thanks.
K... Do you already have as many orders as you can, i.e. have you turned in your other Armsday orders? The number of orders you can active is equal to your gunsmith rank. Also, orders cannot be placed on Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday. Only Wednesday through Saturday. I think the later is most likely your problem.
You have to be level 38 last I checked in order to test or purchase items from the gunsmith. Additionally, the character you are using needs to already be rank one with the gunsmith, which is done by testing weapons, a thing that can only be done once you are level 38. If your warlock and hunter are under level 38, that may be the problem.
Alternativly, you could have a full inventory. Make sure you have room, and then see Postmaster Kadi.
Wow. The rage was intense there for a bit. ;)
It may be better in damage, but is it really better in, say PVP, where you can hardscope for DAAAAAYS and not get noticed. Queenbreakers is a Fusion Rifle, and as such has no scope gleem. A charge time, yes, but no scope gleem. And, even not scoping, you can still one shot kill people with head shots. Or troll other players out on patrol. That works too. :D
Really, class specific weapons are useless, because it's unfair for Warlocks to get a bad weapon-type. Weapon-types shouldn't be based around Classes, because that's unfair. Although, some Weapon-type combos are great for Subclasses, like:
Scout and Side weapon-type combo:
Now you have a medium-long range weapon (pick a fast fire scout) and a short-medium weapon to use in the crucible. I've been using it for a couple of weeks and I've been getting K/D ratios of 2.0 or higher.
If you guys have any other combos, plz let me know. I'll try them combos.
I find that Quenn breakers with a stable auto rifle make you a demon to the enemy at mid range.
But then they still won't get used equally. Those without live will use ONLY the PvE ones, and then you have an imbalance.
So... if perfection is something that works in both, why would you take something that works in both and make it only work in one? Wouldn't that make it less perfect and hence, worse?
I see your point, but I don't think making one less powerful than the other is the way to get people to vary thier use of class. I use striker in PvP when I am looking to Sword a lot of things. I use defender when we are defending an objective, in PvE or PvP. I use striker again if I need to get dem arc sheilds down. I use Sunbreaker if I am fighting waves of semi-weak enemies.
Also, there are players out there who do not have Xbox Live Gold. If one class was only good in PvP, they would never use it. Then it's just kind of lame for them for no reason that has any impact on thier gaming.
Why do you think PvE even really matters? I understand that many people play it, as do I quite often, but if your sqaudmate has an ultimate that is good, your gonna be like "Nice work man. Now I don't have to fight that room full of Captains! Thanks!" Not "Wow, mine would have done so much less damage. YOU NEED A NERF!" Ult power is nothing to get upset about when it is on your side.
This is the problem as I see it. Both Golden Gun and Hammer of Sol are very powerful supers. However, neither one can take out the other 100% of the time. Golden Gun can take out a Hammer of Sol in two shots. Hammer of Sol has a higher chance to miss. Golden gun can take out 4 targets consistently. Hammer of Sol can take out 10 inconsistently. Both classes think that thier ult should work regardless of the others. In all honesty, if a Sunbreaker, a Gunslinger, and a Nightstalker came into an arena at the same time, there is no telling which would win. If the Gunslinger fired at the Titan first, the Gunsligner would probably win. Two to the titan. One to the Nightstalker. Problem solved. If the Titan and the Gunsliger were close together, the Nightstalker would probably win. Supress them both, and have the advantage. Problem solved. If the Sunbreaker managed to land a hammer on the Gunsliger and hope the Nightstalker missed, the Sunbreaker would probably win. Seems to me they're quite nearly balanced.