Blackjack bj-1 builds
· About Us. MechSpecs is a community for every level of MechWarrior Online fan. Whether you need help with entry level mech builds, would like to share your own. · Quick Play Blackjack BJ Quick Play Blackjack BJ Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Top Console Bot | Terrible Builds |Chill Stream (Subs Play) Author: atdsutm. Blackjack Bj 1 Builds. AC2 Fire Support Blackjack BJ-1 - Mechwarrior Online - blackjack bj 1 builds The Daily..#6 JodoKaden. Tools "Two-Face" Arrow pattern and XL engine.
General Motors was blindsided by the bad press the Blackjack received upon its introduction. These efforts culminated with the introduction of the BJ-2, built by Davion techs using newly-recovered lostech , which was first a refit kit before limited production restarted at General Motor's Kathil plant in Having an XL engine in a brawler is a bit ballsy, so you may want to drop down to a STD for your peace of mind. That being said, even the worst Blackjacks are absolutely stupendous. This version runs a bit hotter and has a bit longer duration, but also gets more damage which is pretty swell. Really, this is just such a solid build all-around. General Motors , Ceres Metals Industries.
Blackjack Bj-1 Solaris Builds
Welcome…to the Blackjack Master Guide. The Blackjack has had a lot of ups and downs during its time in MWO. The Arrow is next up, effectively serving as a lower-mounted version of the BJ That being said, even the worst Blackjacks are absolutely stupendous. Each variant gets its own section; within that section I try to include at least two main builds, each with a few variations on the core principle if applicable.
Each build has one paragraph about the build itself — going over anything I feel is relevant to understanding it such as quirks, tonnage issues, how it fits the meta, my general feeling about it…just whatever. I may miss a build that you like, or my builds may differ slightly from what you find works best for you because our philosophies may differ — I strongly encourage that you experiment for yourself to see what works best for you.
Its big advantage is having a number of high-mounted energy hardpoints and jumpjets. These LPLs go out to m optimal, which is pretty sweet. This build is fantastic for any sort of hill-humping and right-side corner-peeking, and can play it at all sorts of ranges.
It can poke with the group just fine for sure, but if you manage to get a good wide angle on the bad guys and are able to hill-hump or even sort of poptart, you can do as much good for your team in disruption as damage. For more on this sort of build, check out the Laser Vomit guide. The speed is kind of a detriment, but the quirks are great and it can really make it work with a m range.
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Posted 18 April - Posted 24 May - Posted 23 August - You cannot reply to this topic Go to first unread post. I think every BJ-1 pilot knows about the Boomjack builds so I'll skip them, but they are also perfectly viable builds for Solaris. The MPLs have a deceptively decent range I think with my skills and the targeting computer I'm at a m range , they cycle quickly, and with that many heatsinks it's easy to manage your heat while doing damage. The Heavy MGs are nice at critting out exposed components.
Choose an open map and use the AC10 to soften up the enemy, then use everything up close. Dual LB10X BJ-1 You only have 15 shots 18 with the ammo skill nodes, and if you run this build take them so make them count because that's only damage worth of ammo with the skill nodes.
Don't forget to glance at your ammo during the fight and hold your shots if the enemy is torso twisting. Keep the RACs on target until it's dead or they both jam, then use the small lasers on whatever spots your RACs have opened up. If you live long enough for the RAC5s to unjam, let loose again.
Feel free to post your builds, changes to the above builds, or Boomjack builds to help your fellow BJ-1 pilots destroy those evil, puppy-kicking Vindicators. Thought I'd add one more build. Since the Vindicator does well because of its quirks I thought I'd try to maximize the BJ-1's quirks and see what happens, and I ended up winning three matches in it though they were all close matches: I know there's a lot of ammo in there but it's designed that way - shoot early, shoot often, don't be afraid to waste shots, and try to keep your distance.
It's all about trying to soften up the enemy before getting into brawling range and the build is cold enough that you can keep firing the AC2s when the brawling starts. Edited by Ruccus, 18 April - Mark Community Read Forums Mark all as read. MechWarrior and Battletech are registered trade-marks of Microsoft Corporation and are used under license.
By rickwebste , July 28, in Carnival Cruise Lines. I was on the Ocean Players Club website and noticed a link about jobs availabe. I had no idea the pay was this low. They really depend on tips for the pay. Here is what I copied from the site. I just didn't realize that they pooled tips. Good English Language skills required. Possibilities for promotion to Assistant Casino Manager.
If people gamble on a regular basis, they are familiar with tipping casino workers. Even those who dont go often, will usually pick up on it at the table games by watching the other players. Working in the Casino is one of the better jobs if you want to really experience the ports, since the casino is closed at that time. While they do have some training during port time, most are able to get off and enjoy the islands.
Thats why the casino staff will always know so much about the individual ports. To add to the above job requirements, a dealer told me if they get sick, they normally just go to work, because if they miss more than 6 days in a row, they are sent home. Also if someone is sick, someone else has to cover for them and of course they dont get anything extra for that, so that is another incentive to just work when sick.
Everyone on the ship is hard working, and if they are also friendly and helpful - they deserve the occasional "thank you". Knowing how much the dealers make, nothing gets me madder than watching someone win big and not tip the dealer.
I was shocked. I usually play 3 card poker and if I get anything over a pair I tip the dealer. I always tip the dealer when I leave the table-win or lose.