q 3 wrote:Vampire involved scumming for Plate Mail, HALPMEH, Martyr Wraps, and as many level 5-7 Meat Men, Zombies, and/or Dragonspawn as you can find; use Plate Mail and HALPMEH to power your way through, leave the Meat Men etc. alive as blood cows (drain them as much as you can right before you explore, and try to never explore unless you're at full/150% health and are thus recovering MP); don't buy the Martyr Wraps until the very end, when you face Horatio, then use them to corrode him so much that attacking him actually heals you (until he berserks, then he hits you for like 15 damage.
Darvin wrote:Had to restart the first time because I didn't get a sufficiently high-level Meatman... and then the second time my bloodless floor was way at the bottom and one meatman wasn't going to give me nearly enough healing.
Darvin wrote:And then I found the wicked guitar.
Darvin wrote:Yup, the vampire is a relatively straightforward Gaan-Telet win. Of course, where you hit your bloodless level can make or break it.
ChasGB wrote:This is why I love these vet threads, I learn so much stuff from them; I never would have thought to use meat men as blood cows. I've beaten a few vicious dungeons, but you guys are on a totally different level!
Oddly enough, I used about 6-7 monsters and only one lvl 5 meatman, so it takes less scumming than one might think.
The important thing is that the fully explored doesn't end up being the large Binlor one.
Darvin wrote:Oddly enough, I used about 6-7 monsters and only one lvl 5 meatman, so it takes less scumming than one might think.
Really? By the time I was level 10 I was one-shotting pretty much everything that wasn't level 8 or a meat-man. Probably I'm tweaking out my damage more than you (typically hitting around 100 damage by level 10).
The Avatar wrote:Wow. I wish GT still had that 9999 gold quest for me. Anyways, I can't wait to try it. Congrats to Lujo for getting such a ridiculous run.
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