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Well, I can't tell for mages because I often have the same issue but about striders, it's not true. (And I thanks you : because of you, I remember that I have to change my pawn's traits which are still configure as a warrior)
Well, if you choose the traits that your pawn attacks weaker or long range ennemies, they usually use their bows against them.
Generally, in this game, if your pawn don't act like you want, it's essentially because you did something wrong about their education : bad traits or you fight at close range (they learn how to fight by mimicking you, you know ?)
He probably bases his opinions on randoms in the rift who mostly aren't well set up, and they are not the peak of lolidom. :D
@valkyriePROfail - how true is that with certain inclinations? It's something I've been wondering about for a while.
The consensus has always been that blues and Utilitarians benefit a lot from a complete bestiary, but what about the other vocations and primaries: yellow or red Mitigators, Challengers, Scathers, etc... How necessary is a bestiary entry to them?