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Centurial Scout in Nosgoth

Centurial Scout40

Kill 100 enemies as a Scout

  • Unlocked by 30 tracked gamers (6% - TSA Ratio = 3.95) 498  

Achievement Guide for Centurial Scout

Achievement won on 21 Dec 15
TSA Score for this game: 802
Posted on 02 April 16 at 17:30, Edited on 02 April 16 at 17:32
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While there is not really a "guide" for getting this achievement, I will share how I felt was the easiest way to do it. As well, share my build that made it easier for me to get. The first thing you must do is realize the classes strengths and weaknesses. This class is not, in my opinion, meant to be sticking out horridly long fights. Or at least not when I am behind the wheel. So, most of my tactics derive from that methodology.

1.) Weapon - I prefer to use a Stormbow of sorts. ( ) I personally have the Baelfire stormbow, but really any would do. Generally, you do not need to full charge these shots. Why? This bow has a REALLY cool feature in that when after you shoot an opponent or object, it explodes after. Try to remember this because sometimes when an enemy is hiding around a corner, you can shoot the ground in front of that corner and still do damage. The initial damage for the shot is kinda low. But the damage afterwards makes up for that quite a bit.

2.) Primary Abilities - I usually preferred to use either "throw knives" or "camouflage". I interchanged these two depending on how I was feeling. Usually, I would join a single match and use "throw knives" when testing my opponent. If this seemed to work, as the throw knives does stun when it connects, I would keep it in future rounds. But as new people joined, I had to change out the skills. "Camouflage" was useful when it seemed there were quite a few tanks with the "Iron Skin" skill. As it made them immune to stuns and it always happens that they pressed it when I was about to throw knives. When your team becomes overwhelmed and a vast majority have fallen, you can use "camouflage" to leave the area. Or, if you are running over to your team from across the map after dying, you may use camouflage if attacked and ensure you roll behind your enemy after using it. DO NOT just use camouflage and continue running forward. Most of the time, the vampires will continue swinging as they expect you to do that. Dodge to the side or backroll behind them and choose a new route.

3.) Secondary Abilities - This is the hardest to recommend, as it almost depends on your playstyle. But personally, I found the "trap" to be my almost universal go to. If I did not use the "trap" I would use the "turret". The turret is useful if you are using "camouflage" and happen to be under attack. Or even if say a reaver pounces on a fellow team member. It is useful to remove them while doing decent damage with the turret plus your bow. However, the "trap" has been the best to me. It has semi small damage, but it is a stun. Pair that with the throwing knives and you have yourself a pretty good stun lock.

With these things said, do note the role of a scout. It is best not to distance yourself to terribly much from your group. As doing so makes you an easy target for reaver's and decievers. Attempt to stay in the back of your groups "huddle" and move as one. No matter how good you are, teamwork makes the dream work! Also, here is the wiki for the scout so you may explore and peruse the skills, I also felt it would help by pulling together some users from YouTube in order to give a bit more insight in how to build yourself. Please do note that most of these videos are from 2014/2015. I couldn't find any more that would really give a good look over a build that's newer.I will give credit to each user and near the end of the guide I will be posting where the patch notes are so those who read this can watch the updates!

This video is from user GenerationHollow that gives general explanations over the class:

This video is from user Weagles as he goes over his build with a Warbow, Camo and Trap:

This video is from user Weagles that goes over his build with Stormbow, Camo and turret:

This video is from Horiks Haul and is more of an overview for how he plays:

And finally this video from Ricky Chavez that is a deep overview of the Scout and is 40 mins long. (Best to move to 1:10 unless you want to see a head banging animated cow)

While not a video, here is a reddit page that people post their tips for the scout class that could be helpful:

I do hope all of this has helped. If you have anything you belive would make this guide better, please post in the comments and let me know! Good luck guys.
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