Posted - 2009.10.22 17:20:00 - [1
Hello all of you!
The use of RSD's may be known to most us, especially the feature of decreasing a opponents locking range. This feature is pretty straightforward. You lock someone, turn on your RSD's, your opponent targeting range is reduced, and as long your range is greater, and you manage to stay out of your opponents locking range, everything is fine (simply put).
RSD's also have the ability to reduce an opponents scan resolution, and loaded with the right script, you can make it the RSD's main feature. Using the locking time equation, one can calculate the locking time (obvious huh). This however is an ideal situation. If two opponents meet with the intention to fight, both will start targeting. If the RSD user gets his lock first, and switches on his RSD, what will be the eventual targeting delay? To put it in another way, how much will the RSD affect the remaining locking time if the opponent is just before acquiring a lock?
I hope someone will share his thoughts on this subject.
ps. only helpful post please, no answers like "RSD suck", "Just don't use it dude","NERF NERF NERF" etc, etc. There a plenty discussions whether RSD are useful or not :-)