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  • TwoFailedGoats
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    Feats, damage, perks, health and stun... These are all mechanics and things that add added depth to FH. However, as we progress, many of the coolness factors of these mechanics are gone. Now, for no apparent reason. Feats like second wind, tough as nails, perks like vengeful barrier, shields up.... Stun fading away, damage being lowered and generalized, and health being lowered.

    I know some of this is old news, like the feats and perks changing with the CCU, however I feel like it comes together when we look at the bigger issue - all these things, such as high health on Lawbringer, Raider having stun on his knee, tough as nails actually making a difference, and unique moves like Glads knockdown on OOS toe stab - are being removed.... Removing cool [censored] like this, makes it from running into a fight and seeing a Warlord decked out on health and armor, to now, just another character with a regular health pool and nothing really unique. Nerfing all these formerly cool feats, nerfing perks to the point of uselessness, removing cool mechanics like stun and CHARACTER-UNIQUE MOVES like the Roach heavy deflect, makes for the game losing its coolness factor and characters losing their IDENTITY.

    Another issue is the constant issue of damage. Now, I understand that the CCU attempted to lower it for the sake of longer fights, but when we see the Shugoki's charged heavy or Jorms Hammer Slam deal the same damage as some chained heavies, then it just feels like a copy paste of heroes, and characters feel like they are losing the uniqueness, like I said before.

    All I am trying to say is that this game is slowly but surely losing the charm it once had, especially by nerfing feats, making damage the same across most characters (not identity and move specific), making perks useless, lowering heavy characters health (such as Lawbringer and Raider, for the sole reason of making them standard issue), and removing mechanics like stun. I hope you all agree with me, and we can do something about it.

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