Joist wrote:Nice, I'll have to try this. I don't play the half-dragon much.
JJs pretty good but can be a bit annoying at low level where 1 damage here or there can really hit you. For a piety farm god I love prepping Binlor, his prep cost is basically nothing.
I'll mention my naga-city monk strat here, for posterity. Prep Binlor, grab Stone Form and Fist and clear the level out with Stone Hearts. That'll put you at about 30-35 magic resist. Get 100 piety and when you descend swap to Taurog, grab his helmet and armour if you want it, then convert to Dracul with consensus or desecration and grab another +15% resist from him. If you want you could also take a hit to max resist and get 1 lifesteal.
That puts you at either 65/75 magic resist/physical resist or 55/55 resist and 1 lifesteal.
Timothy will be the only boss to bother you, use knockback and hit other bosses into him then use a dodge and a reflex potion to finish him off.
If resists are an issue prep the RBS.
Ooh, the binlor prep is actually pretty good call for the half-dragon, especially if you grab stone fist to make knock back even sillier, the JJ prep is essentially to guarantee a weytwut (though while you're there, you can probably get an extra +20% knockback), since that is a massive help for half-dragons (in that you can reliably hit things for double damage), but I agree it's a bit risky to start with - think I went with extra altar that run but didn't really get any helpful gods.