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Self-Buff Acc

Buffs SMG
Accuracy +50%
Evasion +12%
HP 53 → 105x5
DMG 17 → 50
ACC 5 → 44
EVA 5 → 43
RoF 43 → 66
Armor -
Clip -
Crit 20%
Speed 10
Not Recommended
Initial CD: 5s
CD: 16s
Precision Focus: Increase self accuracy by 500% for 15s.


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Galil is a 2★ AR of middling stats, with high FP, low RoF and an outright useless skill. With a 500% Accuracy self-buff as an AR, who is supposed to have an inherently high Accuracy stat, - which she does - she might as well be playing a fan fare instead. She is however one of the most accessible ARs early game, as she is the first AR a player can obtain, and quickly become farmable in 2-1, the earliest map to drop an AR. While the Accuracy buff from skill is certainly appreciated early on due to dolls' low stats at early level alongside the abundancy of evasive enemies such as Scouts, it is still weaker than sure-hit skills such as grenade (Gr G3AR) and scales terribly against offensive self-buffers, quickly becoming obsolete even within the early context.

The primary issue with Accuracy self-buff is because of how little of an impact it makes on her performance, if it does, only by a split inch further. Admittedly, she would have an easier time at least landing shots, especially with her skill's excellent duration, but it won't be of much use/won't be of as much value anymore in later stages of the game. The only saving grace she has is her accessibility, and nothing else.

It is recommended to replace her as soon as possible in the early game, either by simply crafting ARs, or rushing for later maps which drops other better 2★ ARs.

An accessible AR, but definitely Not Recommended.