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Did some1 succeed "Battle Regimen" ?Follow

#1 Nov 03 2010 at 7:21 AM Rating: Decent
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First, sory for my english ^^

I have tried to do BR and never succeeded...
It was a party with just 2 players (me and my friend). We did all that is described in Lodestone, and it doesn't work !
- My friend activate BR, store his action and wait
- Then I activate BR, store my action, and click on BR again...
- It executes the action of my friend, but not mine : I have to click on BR again.

Can anyone help me ?

#2 Nov 03 2010 at 7:35 AM Rating: Decent
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I think the first person who enter the action has to initiate the BR. Also, if you are not able to hit the target for some reason, like Not Facing The Target, then the action doesn't go.

Edited, Nov 3rd 2010 9:35am by Bertlit
#3 Nov 03 2010 at 8:37 AM Rating: Decent
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We tried that to :
- He stores his action, then I store mine, finally he launches the BR
- It only activates his action, and I have to click BR to activate mine... no "skillchain"

It always executes the first action in the stack, nevers the second one...

We tried it a lot of time, maybe 30 or 40 times... Always the same result

My friend tested it with a group of 4 people : sometimes it worked but only for the 2 or 3 first actions in the stack.

Maybe there is a precise timing to respect, like FF11
#4 Nov 03 2010 at 8:50 AM Rating: Good
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I duo'd my Conjuror with Lancer and we tried out Battle Regimens for amusement's sake. We were able to get it to go off a bunch of times successfully but then other times it would fail to initiate, although it seemed like we'd queued it up just like the previous one.

One thing I did notice though was it seems to take a couple of seconds to actually start, and if you're impatient and think its not going to work and hit the BR button again, then you've definitely borked it. basically, Battle Regimens are VERY slow to go off and don't appear to actually DO anything, at least at the level we were trying it with and the commands we were stacking.

It's do-able though. It might be a timing thing - as in, you have to queue the second action very quickly after the first and then it has to launch right after the last action is stored and if you're too slow, you miss the window. that's my working theory since it worked better for us once we got familiar with how to enter the stacked skills so we could do it faster.
#5 Nov 03 2010 at 9:26 AM Rating: Decent
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Ok thanks

Maybe the good solution is to manage it with macros....
#6 Nov 03 2010 at 2:51 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah but same result as in it only launches first attack but not second. I was in a duo with someone we were both Marauders lvl 20 and 21 and we were both doing Light Swing.

We managed only to get it to work 1/50 literally. Light Swing + Light Swing= Regimen of Ruin.

Wish we had a list of what each did Regimen effects did. In all this time Ive done Regimen of Ruin and Regimen of Restraint.

I cant wait until SE fixes this part because it will make fighting mobs more fun.
#7 Jan 03 2011 at 4:17 PM Rating: Decent
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sorry for reviving a necro-post, but to start a BR after actions are queued, hit g. (or menu open/close on a controller)
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#8 Jan 04 2011 at 1:25 AM Rating: Decent
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To clear up a few things as well:

-Actions will go off in the order they are queued, starting with the first person to queue an ability.
-It does not seem to matter which participating member actually 'triggers' the BR once all participating members are queued.

Magic > Magic > WS :: WS > WS > Magic
This regimen seems to give the following increase in damage for respective abilities in the BR: 0% > 50% > 100%

Tonight, doing various NMs (Goblin, Uraeus, Great Buffalo), me and two Conjurers successfully performed Aero II > Blizz II > Quick Nock dozens of times. Very useful for killing NMs much faster than not using regimens, and to speed up the incapacitation process.

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