I have made one of these before, but my creative itch has still not been properly . . . . Itched? I thought itching made itches worse because you get addicted to the itching of itching your itching spot that itches because you itch it after it became itchy and - ya know what, long story short, just give me your preferred subclass, if you want a specific armor piece designed give me that (boots, arms, chest, helmet,), and your playstyle. of course, play styles can be: Highly defensive, defensive, calm/strategic, aggressive, highly aggressive. example (myself): playstyle: Aggressive subclass: striker piece: Gauntlets: Kabr's Fury "constantly enraged, he found ways to survive. new techniques, new ways to unleash his light . . . " physical description: the old new monarchy gauntlets, with pieces of vex armor strapped onto them. colors are severely faded, and the gloves are a silver metal, with arc light glowing from them, similar to the ways sunbreaker gauntlets glow, but on the gloves with a blue light. first perk: increased melee attack speed second perk: increase primary weapon reload speed exotic perk: Kabr's Fury!: changes FoH into a mobile super, in which you can slam a single fist at a time onto the ground up to 4 times. (these slams can barely one hit in crucible, the target must not have an oeversheild or any other life boost perks active for it to one hit, and the blast radius per slam is decreased by 66% from the original slam. all upgrades for FoH are rendered useless)
Exotic helm "Defensive Perimeter" [i]Old Warmind tech. Not quite sure what it does.[/i] Intellect stats Perk 1: Ashes to Asset (Irk lol) Perk 2: (It's like a semi exotic perk) Improved Power Systems- Orbs of Light give an improved super cooldown. (For ex. if a super takes 8 orbs to charge normally with a this perk it'll take 6) Exotic Perk: Defense Perimeter- Ward of Dawn deals small damage to enemies near to and inside of it. Ward of Dawn can be deployed in several positions if super charges fast enough. Appearance: Has a design similar to the Skullfort, but the plating around the visor looks like the same as the material in the Feedback Fence. The visor is a stark, shiny black, with numbers the same color and brightness as the feedback fence's orange lines occasionally flashing up and down the visor.