I think dual wielding a thunder and a flame kila with pizza is one of the most effective all around combos. Pizza versus meat is usually going to cap at a difference of 30 attack and 5 strength versus 11% accuracy and you'll need two thunder Kila's whereas the flame kila will almost compensate for the food differences alone with 19 attack and 6 strength. In other words you're sacrificing 11 attack for 11% accuracy. Consider the following examples of my tp set with the various kila's (no outside buffs will be considered just to keep it simple)
TP set armor pieces
turban, love torque, brutal, suppa
mirke, homam, toreador's (2 dex, -1 str augment0, rajas
forager's, swift, Aurore, Homam
Dagger skill == 317 (305 accuracy, 317 attack), 3 dex/2str merits
Dual Wielding two thunder Kila's and eating yellow curry buns I'll have 425 accuracy, 448 attack, 114 dex/83 str
Dual wielding one thunder and one flame kila and eating pizza +1 I'll have 453 accuracy, 448 attack, 108 dex/84 str
Dual wielding Two Flame Kila's and eating pizza +1 gives me 438 accuracy, 467 attack, 102 dex/90 str
When you look at that the strongest combo looks like it's dual wielding a flame/thunder kila with pizza +1. Trying to use meat flat out falls on its face because I don't have enough attack elsewhere to get the full benefit and even with party support I'm losing out BIG on accuracy. I also think two Flame kila's is worse than one of each (the difference is 438 accuracy/467 attack versus 453 accuracy/448 attack) and I'd prefer the 15 accuracy here.
Closing notes: This is assuming generally stronger mobs and the tp armor build I included. I still have my 10 acc/5 attack 3% haste anwig I can throw in but that just adds extra variables and reduces haste etc. Sh*T is situational so 2x flame would be best on lower level mobs (heck so would meat if they're weak) but all aside, the flame/thunder Kila + Pizza combo is very reliable and an all around excellent set of daggers. Very good DoT and very well balanced.
Edited, Jul 14th 2010 11:59am by Melphina
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