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This thread is for comments about our Stitches build guide for Heroes of the Storm.

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nice guide, unfortunately, for the guide because is fairly new and the new talents will come out very soon,

 

I hope with those Stitches gets back to the game, he got hit pretty hard with the "balance hammer"

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Just to note, the one really good use for Shish-kabob is if you run into Sgt Hammer (who stitches is a good counter to).    If her team's any good they'll try to protect her from hooks later in the game as they slowly advance, this talent allows you to hook through them and get the hammer for gorge or team blow-up.

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Just to note, the one really good use for Shish-kabob is if you run into Sgt Hammer (who stitches is a good counter to).    If her team's any good they'll try to protect her from hooks later in the game as they slowly advance, this talent allows you to hook through them and get the hammer for gorge or team blow-up.

 

This is a great point! Talents that are widely considered to be "bad" can be good in specific encounters. smile.png

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Holy crap, the Slam Build hits HARD AS FUCK. I was in a match yesterday (as a squishy support, as usual), and there was an enemy Stitches with this build that was second in Hero Damage. And indeed, he'd kill me alone at any given chance.

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Stitches has naturally high damage for a tank. By default, he should deal 3rd or 2nd highest damage even if he goes for full tank build. In fact, his full tank build usually has a higher damage output due to his high survivability to spam his bile and trait over everyone. The slam build on the other hand is incredibly useful if Stitches is fed heals and is able to hit multiple heroes. If that is the case, then Slam stitches deals more damage. In my opinion, Slam Stitches is not recommended when drafting for a tank, since it makes Stitches a bruiser/off-tank.

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In the Talent guide, Flea Bag's description doesn't match the tooltip for Flea Bag, the description says 3 seconds reduction and the tooltip says 6 seconds. Cannibalize's description also doesn't match the tooltip, but it's probably just a typing error.

Otherwise, the icons for which talent is recommended at level 20 suggest that Hardened Shield is the Recommended talent and all others are situational but the guide says that Potent Bile is Recommended and the others are situational, this seems more important to fix.

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10 hours ago, EDL666 said:

In the Talent guide, Flea Bag's description doesn't match the tooltip for Flea Bag, the description says 3 seconds reduction and the tooltip says 6 seconds. Cannibalize's description also doesn't match the tooltip, but it's probably just a typing error.

Otherwise, the icons for which talent is recommended at level 20 suggest that Hardened Shield is the Recommended talent and all others are situational but the guide says that Potent Bile is Recommended and the others are situational, this seems more important to fix.

I passed on the Flea BagFlea Bag and level 20 recommendations. Thanks for pointing those out!
CannibalizeCannibalize's description is fine, as those are not meant to be exact copies of the tool tip.

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On 9/24/2017 at 5:25 PM, positiv2 said:

I passed on the Flea BagFlea Bag and level 20 recommendations. Thanks for pointing those out!
CannibalizeCannibalize's description is fine, as those are not meant to be exact copies of the tool tip.

I don't mean to be rude by insisting, but I understand the description of Cannibalize to mean that Stitches heals for 5% of his maximum health whenever someone uses basic attacks on him

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14 hours ago, EDL666 said:

I don't mean to be rude by insisting, but I understand the description of Cannibalize to mean that Stitches heals for 5% of his maximum health whenever someone uses basic attacks on him

Oh, it really does. Sorry. Anyway, Straften said he'd update the guide later this week with a full rewrite, which should address all issues with outdated information and misleading talent descriptions.

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