Blade Dancer Comprehensive Guide in Blade & Soul

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Only available to the Lyn, Blade Dancers have invented their own unique blend of skills exclusive to their kind, instead of wholly adopting the techniques of the Blade Master. The combination of rapid attack speed, high mobility, and devastating control abilities at the expense of defense makes the Blade Master a force to be reckoned with.

 

To evade damage entirely, Blade Dancers focus on dashing around the battlefield at lightning speed. They can dominate a fight before their opponent even realizes what hit them with both physical and mystical abilities at their disposal. Now you can check out the full Blade Dancer 4.5 Patch Notes of Eternal Night here.

 

They excel at one-on-one battles with the help of their high attack speed and ability to chain attacks. They have an undeniable edge in parties with the help of their crowd control skills. However, they risk running out of steam and leave themselves open to counter-attack if they are not aware of their Focus and don't pace themselves. 

 

Blade Dancers don't have many options when it comes to forming a counter-attack, with them being mostly reliant upon taking out their enemies before they get the chance to attack them. Their inability to withstand tons of damage also means that it is a necessity for them to evade attacks. Additionally, cheap blade & soul gold also on sale at U4GM because having enough game gold is not a bad thing for you.

 

 

Blade Dancer Overview

 

Difficulty: Normal

 

Available Races: Lyn

 

Pros:

High AoE

High mobility

Effective ranged attacks

 

Cons:

Low to moderate single target damage

Loses potency in longer battles

 

Suitable for which player:

Players seeking a hybrid class that can remain engaged with enemies at melee or range with flashy, high area of effect attacks will enjoy playing as the fabulous Blade Dancer. Those who aren't confident in their ability avoid attacks, however, will likely want to look elsewhere.

 

Blade Dancer in Play

1) Focus on what:

The Blade Dancer focuses on dealing two types of damage: Lightning and Wind. Not all skills will have an associated elemental damage, but those that do will have their damage increased with the selection of the right items. This is vital for the Blade Dancer because unlike the versatility of their Force Master sibling, a Blade Dancer has to choose to focus on either Lightning or Wind abilities as part of their build.

2) In a party:

For party play, the Blade Dancer is a solid high damage-dealer, and very proficient at taking down single enemies quickly. Their maneuverability and speed are also beneficial when it comes to fast reaction times, making them especially valuable for time-sensitive challenges.

3) In Arena PvP:

In Arena PvP, the high damage that the Blade Dancer can dish out is tempered by their low health - if you can reach them. However, their maneuverability comes at a price, and that is Focus management. Their core defensive skill costs Focus with each use, as do many of their attack abilities. Choosing to spend Focus on damage versus defense is a dilemma every Blade Dancer faces, but those who can master this balance can dominate in the Arena.

 

Blade Dancer Combos

Combo 1

1. Multislash (2) - Raid Tier 2 Stage 2

2. Whirling Scourge (Z) - Guardian Tempest Tier 2 Stage 3

3. Blindside (E)

4. Sunder (RB) - Tier 3 Stage 2

5. Rolling Typhoon (F) - Tier 2 Stage 1

6. Sunder (RB)

7. Rolling Typhoon (F)

Combo 2

1. Phantom Grip (4) - Tier 2 Stage 1

2. Soul Stab (2)

3. Lightning Rod (F)

4. Flock of Blades (Z)

5. Blade Swarm (RB)

Combo 3

1. Storm Cleave (V) - Dual Strike Tier 3 Stage 3

2. Flaming Scourge (Z) - Guardian Tempest Tier 4 Stage 3

3. Lightning Flash (F) - Flash Step Tier 2 Stage 3

4. Flicker (LMB) - Tier 2 Stage 1

5. Lightning Flash (F)

6. Flicker (LMB)

7. Lightning Flash (F)

PvP Combo

1. Five Point Strike (X) - Tier 3 Stage 2

2. Heavenly Dance (RB)

3. Blitzblade (F)

4. Ascend (LB)

5. Lightning Draw (C) - Tier 4 Stage 1

6. Lightning Strike (RB) - Tier 3 Stage 2

7. Lightning Flash (F) - Flash Step Tier 3 Stage 2

8. Flicker (LMB) - Tier 3 Stage 2

9. Lightning Flash (F)

10. Flicker (LMB)

11. Raid (2) - Rush Tier 3 Stage 3

12. Lightning Flash (F)

13. Flicker (LMB)

14. Lightning Flash (F)

15. Flicker (LMB)

16. Dual Strike (V) - Tier 3 Stage 2

17. Take Flight (F)

18. Rising Eagle (LMB)

19. Soaring Falcon (1)

20. Crash (RB)

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