Lujo wrote:Take a halfling monk with maxed out resists, a RBS for slow strike, and a few other debuffs, or even a halfling berserker on the right map, with a Naga Cauldron. I can't say for sure any of them are in fact stronger than a priest, but I'm not sure they're weaker, either.
Astral wrote:But if you build similarly high resist with a priest and face undeads he's the king. Or at least that's how I felt.
Astral wrote:Whenever I played them for missions I just used the potions for massive piety with Dracul or GG.
Astral wrote:And I went parched with for multiple reasons: I'm inexperienced with both halflings and priests
Astral wrote:A funny thing about potions is even with other races I play about 97% of my games parched. I guess it's a mentality I kept from alpha: "if you need the potions you're a noob". And recently I've been trying to deconstruct it.
It's the same with bloodpools and sanguine, I tend to save them for bosses but in the end can't even drink 1/4 of them.
Astral wrote:I also get confused by blinking and knockback a lot. Now I know knocking into empty space and walls is fine, into unrevealed walls is not recommended and into enemies equales a blink.
Astral wrote:Btw do you know how blinking and cowardly interacts? Might worth a Taurog prep.
Astral wrote:Sounds interesting! I only tried elven/dwarven wizards with EM and the Codex.
Astral wrote:AI also get confused by blinking and knockback a lot. Now I know knocking into empty space and walls is fine, into unrevealed walls is not recommended and into enemies equales a blink.
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