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Elf Throwers skills up question

Discussion in 'League and Team Development Tactics' started by Spartakus, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. Spartakus

    Spartakus Member

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    Hi all,

    My two throwers of my "Tha Trickers" elf team in FOL gain both a new level. And i am hesitating what to give them.
    Here the roster :

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    I like to field both on defense so the 2nd one is often on the LOS.
    The first is a good ball retreiver. So i'm tempted by leap, to jump into multiple tackle zones. Other option are block or accurate, but he has already ag5...

    For the 2nd, i really don't know. Dodge for protection and mobility ? Leader ? (i have already 3 rerolls).

    Any tips will be much appreciated, as always.
     
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  2. Nikolai II

    Nikolai II Super Moderator Moderator

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    Either Blodge them both up, or put dodge on the "rookie" one for his protection and accurate on the AG 5 one (but block and leap for his future sounds as if it could make sense)
     
  3. Spartakus

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    I think i'll go for the blodge, leap will be a good option, but without block, he'll not stand long...
     
  4. Boffa

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    Second thrower dodge for sure, I like dodge on defensive and offensive throwers. How many rerolls do you have? I like that team.. couple niggles but very nicely balanced positionals built well for a good defence. The main thrower is looking really good... hard choice there. Accurate would really open up your passing game let him sit deep and throw bombs to your +mv ag 5 catcher who's destined for leap after dodge. Blodge sure hands with ag 5 makes a handful of a ball carrier, so I guess it really depends how you play these guys on offence. Do you hang deep and wait for the pass to score or do you run the ball up in a screen?

    blodge is better if you want to field him on defence I guess..
     
  5. Viajero

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    Accurate for the +AG for me is a given (followed by Safe Throw and/or Block in any order), plus I wouldnt field him in defense. And Dodge for the defensive thrower so you have it blodged.

    Depending on gold I´d probably also buy a couple more linos to have a bench. With 4 niggles you are going to need it.
     
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  6. bathoz

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    I know it's too late now, but sure hands is not a great pick on a high elf/pro elf thrower. Rather give them catch, that way you can pick up with other elves and earn spp from the quick passes back to the thrower.