John is a troublemaker Hood: Outlaws & Legends, a tacky fighting character who rewards aggression more than planning. Players who love battle will love John’s style of play. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about John in Hood: Outlaws & Legends.
John’s weapon is a blacksmith’s hammer. With it, he can carry out a light upward attack and a heavy downward attack, which has a long liquidation but causes extreme damage. Once you manage to repel someone’s attack or break his block, it’s best to follow up with light attacks; The animation of heavy attacks is so long that your target will often be able to repel it, avoid it or even hit you first. John’s sprint attack deals severe damage to the primary target and minimal damage to any other enemy trapped in his area of operation; it also hits everyone affected, which is great for disrupting team fights.
John’s thrower in Hood: Outlaws & Legends is a simple explosive bomb that explodes after a short fuse. The bomb will kill everyone caught in the explosion, including you if you happen to be too close. There are a few exceptions. First, John with full health, who has just used his abilities, can survive the blast with a bit of health. The second exception is, of course, the sheriff. Instead of killing him, the bomb stuns him for a long time.
John’s passive ability allows him to lift the gates of the drop grid and thus allows him and his team to move more freely on the map. This is an invaluable ability if your team is well coordinated, but it can also fail because experienced Robin players know they are watching the gates to cut off unsuspecting John.
John’s active ability, Wrath, makes him an even more melee monster. When activated, it gives him increased attack damage, increased damage resistance, higher sprint speed, and endless endurance. In this state, John can combine his light attack with stunning players or break through their block. However, it is not resistant to executions, so watch your back!
John’s qualities and strengths give him very specific responsibilities in Hood: Outlaws & Legends. When you play as John, you should try to find and fight the members of the enemy team in the early game. John has the highest possible damage production of any character in the game and can trade really well, even if he’s outnumbered. If you can’t defeat a particular enemy, don’t forget to delay him as much as possible. Like Tooke, John is very tanks and his block repelled not only melee attacks but also missiles, even those that flew behind his back. With benefits such as Stable Tank and Relentless Strength, John can force enemies to spend a lot of time and resources trying to take him down; Just lift the block and keep turning your back on the insidious Mariannes.
In the late game Hood: Outlaws & Legends, your priorities as John moves to secure the goal. John carries his chest faster than any other outlaw, and thanks to the Rapid Carrier advantage, he also becomes the fastest winner. As long as your teammates protect you, keep pushing on the target. However, if there is a team fight nearby, you should definitely drop the gold or the reel handle and join it. John excels in big fights and winning fights will definitely help your team win the match.