I don't check it as much as I should.
Race matters very little in Stormblood. The stat differences between races are very small when compared to the benefits you gain from gear now that ilevels are high.
In realm reborn, race mattered. In heavensward, it helped early on. In stormblood, you won't notice.
I have friends who I plan to log in with.
i barely managed to enable bits and you expect me to have a sub button
the games i'm good at are pretty bad for streaming - not realistic imo. i only like streaming when i feel i have something worth streaming. in xiv that's not very often (usually only when new content is released).
that being said, expect me to stream a boatload of stormblood.
KD goes down and you think LeBrons next in line? He's sharing a seat with people named James Harden and Kawhi Leonard.
Don't sleep on the Celtics, either. LeBron will be in the finals but it won't be 3 brooms to get there.
It sounds like you're not running a Ninja. He needs to accept that without a NIN he's going to need to do extra Halones and sit Shield Oath a little longer. Tanks are there to support the DPS - not the other way around. If he can't accept that, he won't go very far.
Harsh maybe, but it's reality.
i haven't played much this patch with that comp so while i know its strengths i'd rather defer to players who are running it on a daily basis
played wow since beta
my preference is > 1 week and < 2 weeks
anything less than 1 week is too short for me to enjoy
asks the anonymous questioner
1 vit 1 str
the extra HP is not necessary in creator after your leftside is 250+
My advice? Don't force players. Not everyone enjoys speedkilling (especially in AST meta) - don't let it destroy a group. In my experiences, interest is not something that's going to spawn out of practice. It either exists or it doesn't.
Side note: there are other ways to further group synergy and unity... Sometimes it's even accomplished by playing other games together. In our (now-deceased) team Updog, we played more D3/BnS together than we did XIV during farm. It's important that people enjoy what they're doing or they're most likely not going to perform well.