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  • Sock_Monkey
    Original poster 458 posts

    So I do admit I like manhunts, and went back to the LZ for the current one. When doing pure PvE I like my EP/status build the most, and it allows for most directives be be on since I am killing almost purely on skills (while solo).

    So anyway, in the garage where you face Diesel I was dumping only Firestarter on the armored car. With the Pisolero directive on it was in my interest to preserve bullets, and you certainly see plenty of damage popping off when you do that. At first it didn't make sense to me, but then I realized I was not damaging the car, I was killing Diesel without ever seeing his face. I did this twice to be sure, and yep - you can burn Diesel and kill him without him ever getting out of the car for the showdown.

    After he's dead Firestarter no longer damages the armored car, as you'd expect, so I had to run the armor down - slowly - using a pistol. 🙂

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  • N3mB0t
    814 posts

    @sock_monkey

    nice tip , gonna try that , just for fun and giggles.

  • LateNiteDelight
    992 posts

    Diesel. Diesel! Did you get cooked alive in your dumb APC you inbred SOB?

  • Sock_Monkey
    Original poster 458 posts

    @latenitedelight LOL! I was thinking a take on the scripted line that was very similar to that!

  • fs_slacker
    27 posts
    Diesel. Diesel! Did you get cooked alive in your dumb APC you inbred SOB?


    Mmmm...deep-fried breaded SOB. Yum

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