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Melee Archer

Discussion in 'Questions' started by TerrarianSoldier, Jul 1, 2021.

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  1. TerrarianSoldier

    TerrarianSoldier Archer CHAMPION

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    Hey guys, looking to build a melee archer but not sure which route I should go, should I go tstack cstack or heavy melee?

    ideally I would go tstack but I know archers can only have 1 arrow midair, so super fast speeds would cut my range by a lot, (maybe 20 block range at best?)

    My main concern with heavy is crowd control and hitting fast bosses.

    which build is more viable? And tips and advice?
     
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  2. yy8erig

    yy8erig yy8erig

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    hvy melee, crowd control just use exploding, fast bosses bomb spell slows
    cancelstack is a rly great alternative to tstack(cancelstack is by adding a high melee dmg armor to a superfast weapon then stacking it back up to superfast)
    and use stinger for hvym elee
     
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    TerrarianSoldier Archer CHAMPION

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    thanks! Also I thought that was tstacking, so what’s tstacking then?
     
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    StormDragon4 Assassin main HERO

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    yy8erig yy8erig

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    cancelstacks still pretty good
     
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