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    Is Highlander Dodge To Slow?

    I don't find myself dodging often on Highlander but when I do, many times I'll dodge an attack, but my opponent will be able to recover from the attack I just dodged and GB, or hit me with something that I can't counter/respond to because the HL's dodge seems to draaaaaag on (recovery frames). To slow? To many frames? I have a hazy memory that this was a problem early on with some heroes vs others. This is the side dodge in particular, though could also be the back/forward.

    Anyone else feel this and know what I'm talking about?

    NOTE: This is not dodging a feint resulting in an uncounterable GB. This is a dodge of a committed attack.
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  2. #2
    100% agree.
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  3. #3
    Originally Posted by Nj0rdic Go to original post
    100% agree.
    +1 would read again.
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    As someone who's gone from playing Peacekeeper to Highlander, I'd have to say his dodge is fine. I personally don't have a problem dodging while in either stance. Additionally I would say it's less wise to dodge while in DS than OS. You should be blocking and waiting for the parry.
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  5. #5
    I honestly can't say. I don't have an issue in 1v1 with dodging with him. However it is worth noting that his dodge recovery in offensive stance is stupidly good. Like next to no downtime good.
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    Can definitely bring it up as an issue to be looked at to the team! We've been hearing lots about his speed overall and it's something we want to evaluate.
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