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#1 Jun 20 2009 at 8:23 AM Rating: Decent
That was the reply a buddy of mine got in a merit party with a COR.

So my roomate was exping on WHM/SCH at bird camp with a COR(unsure of sub) and 4 melee. Im watching his party on the upper bird camp while Im in my party at lower. He tells me to look at his screen for a sec because he wasn't sure wtf the COR was doing and wanted to know if I thought that his COR sucked.

The COR was the parties puller; he would run up to a colibri, light shot, do <call1> and then stand by the bird waiting for the party to run to him. He did this for every mob. Also, not once did he use RA's or do WS's. He would not even use QD unless he was 'pulling' or if a link occured. He was putting DRK and WAR rolls on the melee and SMN roll on the WHM. Other than that he would just spend large gaps of time litterally standing there doing nothing.

My buddy finally asked him if he wouldnt mind shooting the mob once or twice a fight in the hopes of doing a slug shot every 3 or so birds which he replied with his comment "I can't be bothered to pull, buff and shoot".

When asked if he could atleast do some QD damage once a min he replied "my inventory is too full to have anything but light cards available and besides, if QD is down who's gonna sleep links, you?"

Friend: "Yeah I'll sleep them with repose"

COR: "It will just get reflected onto you then what are you gonna do?"

Friend: "I have sublimation it cant sleep me"

COR: "You're not telling me anything i don't know"

Needless to say the party ended not long after that.

I'm just wondering if we're asking too much of the COR population or was this guy just being a giant dooshe.

Is it too much to ask that you pull, sleep at camp, do a roll, shoot two shots and then go to pull another? (pardon me but I don't know the exact rythm of the COR playstyle)

Its not only that he wasn't providing any damage what so ever but he was actually slowing down the party by sleeping things yards away and making the melees run to him waisting valuable time.

/rant

side note i love cor in party just this one seemed to be a bad egg
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#2 Jun 20 2009 at 10:28 AM Rating: Good
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Bad corsair is Bad.

Anyways, I would have booted him on the spot soon as he said that. You honestly would have been xping faster without him and another melee instead. Light shotting a mob where it pops and standing next to it is just a waste, as the party could just kill what they are fighting and voke pull while running to the next. If you're corsair pulling, should r.attk at max range and pull to camp, stand there till melee pull it off (FIRST PULL ONLY), then go out and start r.attk pull and light shot at camp. I usually don't end up having time to shoot between pulls and buffs, but I tend to have enough tp to slug every 10-12 pulls, even using Peacemaker and its low tp return.
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#3 Jun 20 2009 at 10:42 AM Rating: Decent
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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.
#4 Jun 20 2009 at 10:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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When asked if he could atleast do some QD damage once a min he replied "my inventory is too full to have anything but light cards available and besides, if QD is down who's gonna sleep links, you?"

Friend: "Yeah I'll sleep them with repose"

COR: "It will just get reflected onto you then what are you gonna do?"

Friend: "I have sublimation it cant sleep me"

COR: "You're not telling me anything i don't know"



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#5 Jun 20 2009 at 11:02 AM Rating: Decent
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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


I dont understand this trend of party MUST =

2 of :BRD COR
1 of :RDM
3 of :DD

I've had SMN SCH 4 melee go on chain 90

I've also had BRD RDM DD DD DD DD not get past chain 8.

It's like when I want to merit I have to deal with princess level BRD/CORs, full af melees and people not willing to party butcause this one time they got chain 200 with two BRD's and now thats the only way to do things.
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#6 Jun 20 2009 at 11:07 AM Rating: Decent
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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


I might be a bad COR then. I'd be willing to join a party like that if the DDs weren't complete fail.

OP: COR pulling isn't like BRD pulling. We can't hand out sleeps every 25 seconds. It's not exactly hard though, and you sure as **** don't sleep a mob and expect the pt to run over to it. You might as well just be roaming.

A party like that shouldn't even be worrying about sleeping links after the first few minutes. There should be nothing to link to when pulling.
#7 Jun 20 2009 at 12:52 PM Rating: Good
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Getting a cor into a 4x dd + 1healer setup isn't that hard, all depends on the corsair. I personally will join them only if one of the dd's will voke pull and roaming camp, or we have a thf or rng that will r.attk. That's just because I don't like pulling for pickup groups, and I put it in seacom that I won't pull. I have no qualms about pulling for friends though. ****, I've pulled for friends even when one of them was on brd and wanted to have an easy day and not pull.

The reason why I do it is I take pride in my corsair's gear, or how I'm working on gearing him. I haven't been busting my *** to set it up to be nearing top end gear, only to not use any of it. That'd be like asking a DD to not use all their best gear. Yeah, I know COR is supposed to be a support and not a true DD, but we each have our own way of goin.

And for anyone that wants to think, "Well good, I wouldn't invite you anyways if you won't pull" chances are I wouldn't have wanted to even DD for you and I'll get another pt invite doing what I enjoy in no time anyways. If you're not going to enjoy what you're doing, there's no point in doing it. This is a game for relaxing, not a job.
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#8 Jun 20 2009 at 3:19 PM Rating: Default
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Generally, yes it's hard for a COR to pull, DD, and buff a 3 roll rotation. Not really any harder than RDM at merit pties with a 3 roll, but it can get pretty out of hand with a 4 roll.

1: Most CORs will pull with a peacemaker since a 600 delay gun isn't great for pulling. This makes shooting steel bullets almost worthless as the weapon has pretty low damage.

2: Your COR wasn't pulling, so he has no excuse. If he had been doinitrite I could understand, but he wasn't.
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#9TDGSW, Posted: Jun 20 2009 at 3:48 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) COR can easily pull infinite chain and keep 3 or 4 rolls up at once. Occasionally even add a little DD but that depends on the pt's kill speed. If the pt is strong, there will be no time for the COR to do that and still have the next mob ready. If the pt is slow, a COR can outpull the pt. Happened to me once where I'd pull the second bird back, sleep it and then have time to take a couple of shots at the first bird before it died, then go off to find bird #3.
#10 Jun 20 2009 at 4:49 PM Rating: Decent
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I've had SMN SCH 4 melee go on chain 90


Just curious, did the SMN pull and do melee buffs? (hastega, acc?)

If so, I may have to try this out.
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Sounds like the DDs in your party were lacking. I'm not defending lazy Cors, but I make sure if the party is making me pull, that they can keep up with my pulling. Which means there is only time for me to DD when my tp hits 100 for a Slug. The rest of the time I'm pulling and sleeping mobs and rolling. He should of however been able to pull them to camp before sleeping them. I always tell party leaders that if DDs can't keep up with my pulling then I'm leaving or going back to town and switching to /War and one of the Sams(theres always a fucking Sam) Can switch to /Nin and pull and I'll out dd them.
#12 Jun 20 2009 at 7:48 PM Rating: Decent
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Occasionally even add a little DD but that depends on the pt's kill speed. If the pt is strong, there will be no time for the COR to do that and still have the next mob ready. If the pt is slow, a COR can outpull the pt.


That's kinda what I meant. In a proper merit pty a COR generally won't have time to do all 3. They can, but the better the pty the harder it gets.

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Just curious, did the SMN pull and do melee buffs? (hastega, acc?)

If so, I may have to try this out.


We did this in an altepa pty the other day. PUP DRK SAM PLD WHM SMN, the SMN pulled and held a mob while the pty took down the one that was previously pulled. We got about 9k/hr without a band which is pretty nice.
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The major problem with that COR was that he was pulling improperly. Not shooting and not QD'ing beyond Light shot is not the problem. If I'm pulling on COR, there's no way I'm using QD for anything other than Light shot.

Shoot with peacemaker, run to camp, light shot mob, roll, run back out to find next mob, rinse repeat (with some Utsu thrown in there as well). That's all I do in a meripo as puller. Why? because that's all I should have time to do if the DD's are even decent. If I have time to shoot, melee or otherwise engage the mob, then it's time for me to find another party as we won't be chaining past 6.

This COR should have been bringing the mobs back to camp and light shotting them there. That was his major flaw. Otherwise I can't fault his rolls, rationale for not wasting QD charges and not engaging and shooting the mob. But his method of pulling sucked.
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#14 Jun 21 2009 at 7:08 AM Rating: Good
Main difference between me and that COR is that I never would have joined your party to begin with. I don't like pulling as COR, and I don't need merits that bad. I might, if there was something I really wanted to merit, offer to go bard instead (which isn't an option for a lot of people), but otherwise I'd be quite content to just hang out in Whitegate until I got a party that met my established standard.

It may sound slightly snobbish, but I have close to 600 merits now and I really don't enjoy meriting at all anymore unless it's fast paced and going well. I don't see a reason why I should bother when I could be doing something I enjoy more, like reading a book, watching a movie, or just talking to friends.
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#15 Jun 21 2009 at 10:12 AM Rating: Decent
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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


Anyone that needs a BRD to function (since I know that's what you're insinuating) is a subpar player.
#16 Jun 21 2009 at 10:40 AM Rating: Good
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The major problem with that COR was that he was pulling improperly. Not shooting and not QD'ing beyond Light shot is not the problem. If I'm pulling on COR, there's no way I'm using QD for anything other than Light shot.

Shoot with peacemaker, run to camp, light shot mob, roll, run back out to find next mob, rinse repeat (with some Utsu thrown in there as well). That's all I do in a meripo as puller. Why? because that's all I should have time to do if the DD's are even decent. If I have time to shoot, melee or otherwise engage the mob, then it's time for me to find another party as we won't be chaining past 6.

This COR should have been bringing the mobs back to camp and light shotting them there. That was his major flaw. Otherwise I can't fault his rolls, rationale for not wasting QD charges and not engaging and shooting the mob. But his method of pulling sucked.


100% perfect reply ^^

Using light shot only is fine (expected, actually), rolls were solid, and there shouldn't be any time to DD with 4x DDs killing mobs. The only dumb thing the OP's COR was doing is light shot on the mobs where they spawn - don't light shot mobs where they spawn, pull them back to the party THEN sleep them. You'll gain a little TP as you pull, for an OCCASIONAL ranged WS. But that's infrequent, and frankly not that impressive of a contribution anyway if you're using a low delay/low damage Peacemaker.

Pulling is best done with a Peacemaker for low delay. If this COR didn't have a Peacemaker, you can still deal with a larger delay gun (and more risk of stolen pulls) or a throwing weapon (good ol' darts), or even ninjutsu if /NIN.

NOW... one important thing the OP never mentioned. COR is a much worse puller if not /NIN, to the point where I won't pull on anything else. I will always ask party leaders who is pulling before I leave for camp, and I will never pull on anything but /NIN. I don't even mind pulling for most random pick up groups, but you **** well better tell me you want me to pull BEFORE we're at camp. I know that many times parties won't tell you in advance, then once everyone's at camp they expect the COR to pull. BAD BAD BAD.

If this COR was on something besides /NIN, maybe /RNG or /WAR, that could explain why they were reluctant to shoot and bring a mob to the party and were instead doing that goofy light shot where the mob spawned. If it was me, I'd have said {Good Bye!} party if they wanted me to pull on non-/NIN and didn't forewarn me. In that case though, you're better off with a roaming party instead of designating someone poorly equipped to pull as a "puller" and then have everyone run to that person anyway. Then your COR can melee/WS and buff with the party.

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I have to deal with princess level BRD/CORs


PROTIP: The reason you're sub-defaulted on this reply is "princess COR". Especially when you openly admit you don't even really understand COR by coming on to this forum and asking.

I completely respect admitting ignorance and asking questions to people who do know about the job. I do it myself quite a bit. But throwing around stupid talk like "princess COR" = yeah...

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I completely respect admitting ignorance and asking questions to people who do know about the job. I do it myself quite a bit. But throwing around stupid talk like "princess COR" = yeah...


Except a lot of them do exist. I call it as I see it.

Why beat around the bush?
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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


Anyone that needs a BRD to function (since I know that's what you're insinuating) is a subpar player.


It's pretty much a certainty that you'll get better EXP/hour with a BRD than without one. Why would you even bother posting this?

Nobody's saying that you NEED a BRD to get EXP. It's that it's better with one than without one, and someone like a COR, who generally spends money to EXP and is highly popular, is probably going to want to join the best party possible, not any party that comes across them.
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Nobody's saying that you NEED a BRD to get EXP. It's that it's better with one than without one


Not always true, I've had some very useless Bards in my time.

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Anyone that needs a BRD to function (since I know that's what you're insinuating) is a subpar player.

Is a true statement, I have had many parties get chain 100+ without a bard and not get past chain 6 with one, and vise versa. Its all about how decent the players are.
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I need a brd to experience. Not because I cannot pull, but just because I dont want to. I say why not be picky on COR merit parties, all the really good players want a COR.

Now in pickup exp, being a princess is hard, but many of us just don't do much or any pickup exp/merit parties anymore. I simply don't have the time for it. If a party isn't forming with people I know, I generally don't even change to COR.

IMO, there is nothing wrong with being a princess COR.
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Busaman the Mighty wrote:
Kerberoz wrote:
You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


I dont understand this trend of party MUST =

2 of :BRD COR
1 of :RDM
3 of :DD


You really don’t understand this trend? Really don’t understand, or simply don’t want to believe that most people don’t merit for the awesome amounts of fun they are going to have with complete strangers wherein there is a strong possibility one of those strangers is not very good at their job, thereby costing them wasted potential when they could have joined a better party?

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It's like when I want to merit I have to deal with princess level BRD/CORs, full af melees and people not willing to party butcause this one time they got chain 200 with two BRD's and now thats the only way to do things.


Then don’t merit with those people. I’m sure there are some others who don’t have Brd, Cor, Rdm, Drg, Sam who won’t mind meriting with you in your style.

Furthermore, not trusting your pulling with the delay of a gun weapon when Bard is superior by a large margin to Corsair in pulling is not being princess. I will never pull for a merit party on Corsair. I’ve done it once for friends and managed chain 80+ but hated every second of it. I hate playing an inferior role when 99% of the time, one of the other DDs has Bard and could come pull on it because they are easily replaceable.

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Getting a cor into a 4x dd + 1healer setup isn't that hard, all depends on the corsair. I personally will join them only if one of the dd's will voke pull and roaming camp, or we have a thf or rng that will r.attk. That's just because I don't like pulling for pickup groups, and I put it in seacom that I won't pull. I have no qualms about pulling for friends though. ****, I've pulled for friends even when one of them was on brd and wanted to have an easy day and not pull.

The reason why I do it is I take pride in my corsair's gear, or how I'm working on gearing him. I haven't been busting my *** to set it up to be nearing top end gear, only to not use any of it. That'd be like asking a DD to not use all their best gear. Yeah, I know COR is supposed to be a support and not a true DD, but we each have our own way of goin.

And for anyone that wants to think, "Well good, I wouldn't invite you anyways if you won't pull" chances are I wouldn't have wanted to even DD for you and I'll get another pt invite doing what I enjoy in no time anyways. If you're not going to enjoy what you're doing, there's no point in doing it. This is a game for relaxing, not a job.


This is exactly how I feel. My job is in more demand than your bandwagon AH 2 hander job, and several of those displaced my thief so I’m already a little bitter. Don’t like the way I like to merit…don’t invite me. You’re honestly doing us both a huge favor.

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You're not going to get a good COR willing to join a healer ddx4 party.


Anyone that needs a BRD to function (since I know that's what you're insinuating) is a subpar player.


Anyone that doesn’t want a BRD is a subpar player. Feel free to be your own special snowflake while I get superior exp/hour (which is the point of getting exp, right? – certainly not to make friends with other special snowflakes). No one needs a BRD to function. That’s not quite the same thing as being a COR and declining an invite to a BRD-less party, is it?

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I've had SMN SCH 4 melee go on chain 90


Just curious, did the SMN pull and do melee buffs? (hastega, acc?)

If so, I may have to try this out.


Yeah the SMN was doing hastega and predator claws.
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It's sorta funny to see how different people view merit pts. Not tryna slam anyone, it's just interesting. I personally don't need merits (at least not till I drag one of my 37s to 75 anyway) but yet I seem to be far less picky than most people who actually do. Ideally, I'd like the traditional RDM, BRD, COR and 3 DD thing (if I could pick, i'd get DRK, DRG and SAM myself), so I can /war and really enjoy myself. Not having a BRD.... is a bit of a downer but not necessarily a dealbreaker for me.

I've pulled in merit pts probably 20ish times I'm guessing. not a ton. Honestly the first time I did it, I actually looked fwd to a new challenge. I've pulled on **** near every job I have at low lvls (even NIN as the **** tank lol) but had never really mass pulled at a merit pt rate before (cept one time on WAR when our BRD dced and I managed chain 33 anyway lol). My first COR chain ever was 80ish or so. It was kinda fun running around, finding mobs, dragging them back without taking dmg and still keeping up rolls. Have pulled 200+ before np. It's definitely a useful skill to have if the need ever arises (meh, you could argue it may never arise, or if it did, you just wouldnt give a crap but w/e lol). I wanna be good at every aspect of the job so occasionally I don't mind dusting off the peacemaker and pulling a long chain. Of course if there's a BRD, I'd say he should pull cuz quite frankly, it makes no sense to have him just sit there n do nothing.

I just genuinely enjoy playing the job. Whether I'm getting 28K/hour isn't the biggest deal. If I'm having fun, that's No. 1. I can have plenty of fun unloading 1600-2100 slugs. One pt I had, the SAM was feeding me tp with shiki every 5 minutes because he knew I had the best WS in the pt lol. If I can get 28k/hour as well, that's obviously even better. Perhaps it's because my work schedule only allows me to play at NA peak hours 2 nights a week and I can't just sit on FFXI for 16 hours a day like some ppl lol. When I have time to play the game, doing something > doing nothing. Just reading a lot of quotes in this thread, you'd almost get the impression people didn't enjoy the job lol. I know that's not the case, but ****, seriously!
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"I can't be bothered to pull, buff and shoot".


Why does this sound dirty?

Okay mind out of the gutter. >_<"

That is just one lazy COR, and extremely frugal at that.

I spam bullets in party. >_>"

Everyone has their own playing style but I prefer to be more DD and actually have some fun than stand around and do nothing in between.
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I really don't like to pull as a COR, I will do it but there better be no one better to chose from.

SAM, RNG, THF, WAR, BLU, DNC, DRK, PLD, NIN all have some form of Ranged Attack as well, there ammo is cheaper, and they don't have a roll rotation to worry about, and there are a ton of jobs that can use Darts too. There is almost always one of these jobs in the group as well, and most of them are /NIN while COR is usually /RNG or /WHM. Just because I have a gun doesn't mean I want to pull. I don't mind throwing a Light Shot out if there is a Colibri right next to the party, nor do I mind contributing shots to add to dps and Slug Shots as I get them.

For as many people who say COR are crap if they can't pull, buff, and dps in a party, I often wonder why there are very few people who wonder where all the ranged attack weapons on the above jobs have disappeared to.
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"For as many people who say COR are crap if they can't pull, buff, and dps in a party, I often wonder why there are very few people who wonder where all the ranged attack weapons on the above jobs have disappeared to."

well, the main thing is (in MOST cases), you're losing less dmg by having a COR pull then say a RNG or a SAM. In most cases, a COR should be 4th on the dmg list in a pt (though somehow I usually end up 2nd or 3rd). The COR can still keep all his rolls up without too much trouble and can also SLEEP the pull, which is something many of those other jobs simply cannot do. A RNG could using sleep bolts, sure. THF maybe but their crappy marksmanship skill makes that a bit of a risky proposition.

If you're talking a non-merit type situation though, I'd go the other way and say the THF or RNG or whoever should be pulling. If you're not chaining infinitely, you're not losing any dmg on the pull at all. Maybe the puller leaves a bit early to get the next mob but it's not like he's prevented from DDing at all like a merit COR would be.

All this talk of pulling reminds me of the good old days when a random DD would pull lol. A lot of them were scared sh*tless it seemed, that or just faked it to get out of pulling. Back when worrying about links was actually an issue lol. I remember in places like the nest (crawlers) or bibiki (goblins), one bad [pull could result in a full wipe lol. God this game is so much easier now :).
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