I like the rules but I am an impasse about discussing melee to ranged balance. I am a melee player but, if I am to follow the rules, I am unable to discuss any points regarding advantages that ranged classes have over melee classes. I do have one anti-melee point to make, however. I recently discovered that I was in fact able to reliably dodge out of defensive bash stuns: Clips 1 and 3 don't show it, since those were about being unable to perform the maneuver, but the rest clearly show how easily possible it is to avoid the long Dbash stun with careful use of fuel. This is problematic because of how low knife durability is. A tactical can only afford to trade 3 or 4 times against an impact-modded chainsword. If I am running at least 3 fuel (very easy to build in to with 1000 LP), I can easily escape 3 or more losing trades without taking any damage. With this in mind, it is extremely likely that I can simply break his weapon before he ever gets the chance to burn through my fuel and start doing damage to me. In the above situation, I could lose every melee trade and still win overall. It does take an enormous amount of time, but it puts the tactical in an impossible situation from which he can not escape. He can't even mix up his move-set because the correct response to fast-attack spam is bash.... which I can ignore with impunity. A good solution as we've mentioned before would possibly be to reduce the durability lost in a winning trade, so that spamming the same move over and over and losing all trades as a melee attacker does not result in a broken knife so soon. Moreover, the fourth clip showns an extremely dire situation: I was able to backstab the devastator before he was even capable of evading out of his Dbash kick animation. This was effectively completely free damage that he was unable to avoid... when making a winning trade against me. This should absolutely not happen. A winning trade should not result in me dealing damage to him. I do however like the interaction when the opponent can evade away from my attack after I escape his Dbash kick. This puts it in the realm of skill for both parties... although somewhat limited by how much stamina or fuel both sides have.