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  • lethargicsauce
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    I'm almost sure that someone online or someone at Ubisoft themself thought of this before me, but I feel as though it's important to give a solution to this. The problem at hand is that Jäger has been, is, and always will be a meta pick. His utility is helpful or outright necessary no matter who the Attackers pick, which means that, no matter how many more things Ubi nerfs about him, he'll still be picked. I think that the solution has to be a similar one to the near 100% pickrate that hardbreachers used to have. You just had to have one, or else you were throwing, until the Secondary Hard Breach Charge was introduced. It made it so that you were never forced to pick a hardbreacher and could be a little more flexible.

    If we apply this to Jäger, a new secondary gadget with a similar effect to his main gadget could be added to take some of the weight off of his shoulders. Now, strength-wise, I'd limit this new mini-ADS to only one use. Otherwise, Jäger would get completely overshadowed. But with the option to take this, it means you can have that similarly newfangled flexibility that Attack got from the S.H.B.C.'s addition.

    There is one glaring flaw with this though; Jäger's current state. If we were to gain this tool, Jäger's current frailty would instantly be obvious. I may not have played him back in some of his strongest years, but I remember the days of 30+1 mag pre-nerf damage 416-C, which at the time was an issue. But, with the proposed changes here, I think that these days would have to be brought back to keep Jäger's head above-water (but not 416-C ACOG).

    It also would possibly limit the usage of some of the secondary gadgets that are currently seen by some as problematic, such as the Deployable Shield, which is kind of being used to fill the mini-ADS's proposed-role.



    At the end of the day, this could mess up the meta a decent bit, and possibly not in a good way, but at this point, I'm not sure what else they could do outside of just outright removing him from the game.

    Thank you for your time.

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