I’m not going to be updating my guides or posting art for awhile. I’m not in a good place mentally to keep going as things are right now. I don’t know how long but it won’t be for a long while. I’m sorry.
Alright, here's a quick vid going over my new toy, the Azeron Classic. Tried to make it brief and cover its features, adjustability, and customization, along with a quick look at the software.
Previously I was using the Razer Orbweaver keypad. Reason I wanted to get this is because the Razer keypads have had fairly short lives. I've already gone through 1 Orbweaver (~1.5 years) and a Tartarus V2 (6 months)...thumbpads broke...and I was hoping to get something that might last longer once my second Orbweaver dies (thumbpad already starting to go and it's been about a year).
As an FYI, the way I have this set up, I can use this and my mouse (Corsair MMO w/ 12 thumb buttons) to handle all general VGS requirements in SMITE.
My key setup:
2 high buttons (middle and index): Esc, T (skill level up ult)
4 buttons above: 1, 2, 3, 4
In the finger rest section:
Push forward: Q, W, E, R (W, E, and R are skill level up for skill level 1-3)
Hey there! New to the forums and guides, but not new to Smite. I played with someone earlier who used Morgan Le Fay and I took a screen shot of their build. I don't know if they found it somewhere else or made it themselves, so if I make a guide, I will give them full credit. I'm new here, so feel free to message me. I've been looking for updated guides for Arena, as it is all I really play. Gods that I am working on are the followin: Discordia, Izanami, Zeus, and I would like to try and level up Tiamat. If anyone can point me in the right direction for a Zeus guide that gives off a lot of damage, let me know! Also, out of curiosity, not all mages, hunters, assassins, warriors, and guardians have the same build, right? Like building Izanami and building Neith are two totally different builds, right? Anyways, thanks for reading, and I look forward to reading some awesome guides, and any help is appreciated! Read More
Decided to make a tier list for 8.6 Ranked. Let me know what you think.
SS - First Pick/First Ban Material, has potential to carry or make an extreme impact on games. S - Frequently picked, occasionally banned. Their strengths put them above the point of balanced. A - Considered balanced. Can do well and fit on most team comps without much consequence. B - Weaker gods considered to be below the point of what is considered balanced. C - Gods that should be avoided as they function well below the point of balanced and weigh down a team's potential.
It's been great so far...a lot of complaints of sticks on the market are regarding their reliability, or lack thereof. From my research, it seems this brand is quite reliable overall, and this comes at a fair price point (Premium Right has a base price of $150, then add shipping). A lot of the more mainstream brands / products out there are boosted in price (sometimes 2x their original retail) due to low stock and people buying/scalping (same as video cards, PS5s, Switches, etc.). These include Logitech's X52 and X56 (throttle + stick) and Thrustmaster's T.16000M. There are, of course, higher end products, but I'm not willing to spend $500+ at this point =P
Anyway, the games I've been playing with it include Elite Dangerous, Star Wars Squadrons, and Ace Combat 7. I g…
Smite is an online battleground between mythical gods. Players choose from a selection of gods, join session-based arena combat and use custom powers and team tactics against other players and minions. Smite is inspired by Defense of the Ancients (DotA) but instead of being above the action, the third-person camera brings you right into the combat. And, instead of clicking a map, you use WASD to move, dodge, and fight your way through the detailed graphics of SMITE's battlegrounds.