I didn't say that you claimed there was proof.... I said that you're using the fact that you don't believe that they affect accuracy as a point in your argument.
For the record, I don't 'believe' one way or the other on day/weather bonuses affecting accuracy; there's no proof either way, so I disregard it completely when presenting my arguments. You're the one who brought it up in the first place, not me. I invite you to quote the post where I supposedly made this statement; good luck finding it. (You won't, because it doesn't exist.)
Also... Why are you so adamant against using en-spells for 2 handed melees?
Because using that Strategem for an extra defensive spell makes it that much easier for those 2H DDs to ride Hasso fulltime, which will increase the kill speed much more than Enspells on 2H weapons will. Also, if you're at bird camp, fulltime Hasso DDs will run out of mobs unless you pull Wivres; would you rather give them Enspellga and lose the chain to Demoralizing Roar, or have that Strategem ready for Accession + Erase? I think the choice is rather obvious.
It's fact that haste offers more for a meripo than en-spells do. It's also fact that haste has a more exaggerated effect on 2 handed melees *especially when they have a good haste build already*.
Right, because Haste gives exponentially increasing returns, while Enspells give decreasing returns as weapon delay rises. Last I checked, Hasso grants a Haste effect on weapon delay; every time they drop it for Seigan, their DoT decreases noticeably. As such, there is no reason for them to ever drop Hasso with a SCH in the party; if they do, and you're spending charges on Enspells instead of defensive buffs, your priorities are wrong. Just because we don't have access to Haste doesn't mean that our spells can't increase your DD's Haste.
That being said, if you can maintain a fulltime Hasso party with charges to spare, go for the Enspells; however, in my personal experience, all it takes is one DD who is incompetent/overpowered/suicidal (or a combination of the three, we've all seen it.) to throw this out the window. No matter how good you are, this is generally a variable that is beyond your control; pragmatism dictates that you expect the worst and hope to be pleasantly surprised. Edited, Sep 24th 2009 3:53pm by LyltiaofLakshmi