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    Types of Stances (Targeting)

    I'd like to know, if someone could explain me, what each kind of stances do. It's obvious what approach does and so with circle (stay diagonal). But what do the rest of them do?

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    Reach - Obvious (reach the monster like follow atk)
    Keep Away - Hold distance (run and kite the monster)
    Keep Away Wait - Wait for monster then hold dist (wait and kite)
    Lure - lure the monster to a lure waypoint

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    So.. which is the difference between approach and reach?

    Ty for all btw

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    If I'm not mistaken approach avoids beam/wave (if marked) while reaching the monster and stands diagonal while killing the monster (if marked).
    Reach just go the fastest way to the monster without avoiding waves and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juden View Post
    If I'm not mistaken approach avoids beam/wave (if marked) while reaching the monster and stands diagonal while killing the monster (if marked).
    Reach just go the fastest way to the monster without avoiding waves and such.
    Correct, approach stays diagonal.

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    Oh, alright, ty all; you cleared all my doubts

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