I’m always focusing on wave clear, probably more than what I should be because I miss out on potential kills/assists sometimes. However, I’ve always been more of an objective player. Even if I’m playing a character rubbish at wave clear, I’ll still attempt to clear minions. I guess it’s because I don’t trust other people on my team to do the job because they underestimate just how game changing the minions can actually be.
i was talking about killing as many minions as you can for the experience. helps alot with taking out other battleborn. i used to ignore the minions a bit more than i should and go right after other battleborn. not as good a tactic at all
As basic as this sounds, I don’t mind mind a thread like this. Sometimes players, especially new ones, get caught up in getting player kills and totally ignore the waves. Then wonder why they lost a Sentry before lvl 3. PTO.
ALWAYS, mark the Shepherd. I find this helps players focus back on the wave if your team is getting kinda complacent.
What is even better is when your whole team is in lane with you focusing that wave, 5 people focusing a wave demolishes them in the blink of an eye. Then you can focus Battleborn. When both teams do this well, that’s when the game gets really fun.
(Sticks and stones...and maybe frozen fish.)
I’m struggind between “All is going in the right directionl” and “we’re all doomed!”.