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  1. While I know that this video is a little outdated in a few different ways, there are still a few points that I think ought to be brought up in defense of the snake subclass on a general level:

    – You gave special mention here to the pit viper’s infrared vision, but it should be noted that ALL snakes have access to anti-stealth tools which are similarly powerful. Possessing what is essentially 3d smell via their forked tongues and their well-honed ability to “hear” vibrations in the ground gives them an ability to negate stealth almost comparable to echolocation. The only flaw in this (and admittedly it is a major one) is that it’s dependent on keeping a low physical profile, but because that is a weakness already intrinsic to snakes and many other reptile subclasses it isn’t as though there are any evolution points going to waste there.

    – Snakes don’t actually lose much by sacrificing their legs. Consider the fact that many snakes are able to keep up speed-wise with other reptiles around their size (though I won’t assume the same for constrictor builds, they’re competing with crocodilians and those guys are fast motherfuckers), with movement that is generally as energy efficient and sometimes even moreso than that of their legged counterparts. Most reptiles don’t have any special uses for their limbs aside from walking with them anyhow, and in certain specific cases abilities like sticking to walls are able to be mimicked by snakes with little to no investment. It should also be noted that snakes aren’t the only legless lizards, and while I’m not about to start a debate on the viability of legless skinks, the fact that snakes aren’t alone in this decision should indicate that there are certain advantages which are difficult to ignore.

    – Finally, I just want to comment that the section from 2:05 to 2:11 is fairly misleading and should have been properly clarified. Not everyone is going to know the definition of a garbage bin taxon prior to watching this video, and the way it was presented here might lead them to assume that Colubridae is actually officially recognized as a joke class.

    I hope that you will read this and take my words into consideration. I’m interested to see your thoughts on what I’ve said here.

  2. If this was a real game I'd freaking play it. Choose an animal at the start of the game and then level it up by defeating other animals.

  3. My main is a spectacled cobra. It has the ability to scare predators with it's false eye spots. It is effective against smaller snakes, vipers, rats, lizards, birds, and humans.

  4. snakes are like spiders, theyre spooky and intimidating but generally bad. others however are completely terrifying and dangerous

  5. no mention of any of the most venomous snakes in the world? (which could kill any animal in the world except maybe a large ass whale) damn dude, i thought you did your research

  6. You did no research most South American rattle snakes have Nero and hemo toxin and a rattle for intimation
    Btw wtf is this video format

  7. Well in some VERY IMPORTAND Point I so Not Agree with you.
    1. Constrictors have not insane Camoflage:(?!?!???) Even if Constrictors are Huuuge for snakes they still are Thin and so have at last very good Camo because roods and Something Like that Look similar.
    Of course Other snakes have better camo
    The second is a bit of a hint and not a disagree: Constrictors have a suprise and range advantige because they can make a bit of a Ball (\//\//\//\>) and than expand quickly and Close a gab of 1,5m or so(=======>) while the pray Item still feels save because the Snake is far away and does not know that the Snake can expand.(I know that every Snake can that but I Just had to Highlight ist at the constictors because you highlighted it as an disadvantige)

  8. Some Rattlesnakes have venom with neuro and hemo toxicity. Mojave and Neotropical Rattlesnake venom kills extremely fast.

  9. Humans are so op we don't need to even try imagine if everyone started working out and learn how to hunt,crast and kill

  10. Why didn't you cover the elapid class?, which contains notorious mains, such as king cobra, black Mamba, Coral reef snakes, copperhead, etc, etc.

  11. Interesting, as a native spanish speaker, you just made me realize there's a difference between poison and venom. In spanish we just have "veneno" for both.

  12. We need a cat build that specs into venom ranged abilities. If it doesn't defeat you with their cuteness ability, they'll have blindness.

  13. I was wondering why you didn't mention The inland taipan. A Snake with the venom equivalent of a nuclear bomb in its mouth. My question is this how the hell do they get the stats? How long is the PWR bar on that build. How do you compare The inland taipan to something like the black mamba. A snake that has been known to chase players once aggroed.

  14. Persanaly my main is a squirell I know they have low stats but their bite combos are really good they also have very little hitboxes so there good for evading attacks if u haven't played a squirell I highly recommend it there super fun to play as

  15. Was watching eons, saw your remark and the funny responses from your followers, clicked, watched, became a follower. Can't wait to tell my gamingbuddies about you👍🥳

  16. 3:13 anaconda players been swimming in rivers to farm skill points granting a perk that grants . fast movement boost inside water.

  17. You know you suck playing this game when the low tier builds can still fuck you up even though you have the most adaptable build.

  18. Where would you say the rattlesnake build falls? At least from my perspective, it shares a lot of major features with the cobra build, like the intimidation mechanism, and the paralyzing venom mod. That said, I'm not too familiar with the hardcore meta-analysis, so maybe it falls short in some ways.

  19. I'd like to get a waterfowl play guide – there are so many water friendly birds, but are any of them useful in the meta?

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