Many players think that Tianji is the strongest profession in the world. I think it's too arbitrary to make such a judgment. Although in the past, in addition to the trouble of Yunlu, Tianji has a strong advantage in both plume and sword playing, it has something to do with the skill of the operator. Now I'd like to share with you my personal combat skills and tell you how Lingyu defeated Tianji.
Let's make an objective analysis. The biggest difference between these two professions is that one is good at close combat and the other is good at long attack. In a sense, this is their biggest advantage. Especially in the PK battle, who can control their own favorable attack distance, who can get a greater chance of victory. And for Lingyu, to PK off the secret is to open the distance, let him not close.
In the skills of Tianji class, there is a special sprint to control the distance. These effects can make them close to the attack object in an instant, and Lingyu must pay attention to control immediately, otherwise it will be very threatening. These sprint skills are the reason why Tianji are so proud.
To control Tianji, Lingyu can use dingshen and Lihua. After the beginning of the battle, you can open the distance first, and then do the immobilization. When the Tianji is fixed, you can control the distance immediately and use the deceleration ability, and then fire with all your strength. After the above attack is launched, put two more decelerations as soon as possible and continue to output. In this way, the secret will only have half life.
Tianji's favorite use in PK is Feiyun Duan. Lingyu wants to seize the cooling gap of this skill to make a strong attack, and then match with various output skills to almost end. However, the above are all tactical arrangements under control. If the opponent is not under your continuous control, then what you have to do is to accelerate the distance immediately. In this way, it will take time to get close to the sky to launch an offensive, which can also fight for Lingyu's next battle opportunity.