Darvin wrote:Balanced Dagger:Problem is, you need to beat Thief Silver to unlock it, so you're already past the "newbie" stage by the time you get it.
TheSchachter wrote:Funny for this topic to pop up just as I'm starting to do the Hard Dungeons with the Vicious Token. Just had a run in the DoubleDoom and the Goblin Assassin of Mystera with Elven Boots prepared ended up winning with a fair amount of resources to spare (though I did find BLUDTUPOWA, and my bosses were Aequitas and Tomithy, that helped). Poison + B2P + Assassin first strike can get you 3 level higher kills, and with the Elven boots, Mystera and the extra mana boosters you end up with 4 fireballs per level up. I didn't use flames, but I probably would've won faster with it, since the First Strike on Aequitas ended up being 14 HP.
I feel like the Goblin Assassin is going to be one of the best strategies for Vicious Token in general. I'm finally appreciating how good of a spellcaster they can be.
*EDIT* I forgot to ask: Is the JJ goblin assassin considered better than the Mystera goblin assassin? Just wondering.
lolQuaff wrote:I feel like the goblin Assasin is super powerful and makes almost any dungeon simple It really feels like a free win using him. Save enough black space for the bosses and once you're able to tank a hit just go after them. In VT runs, leveling up and popcorn killing are generally a pain in the ass, but both are simple with the goblin assasin. This is ok though because vicious VT is absurd anyway so we need a hero for that :p VT wins are pretty awesome and I feel like doing it with the goblin Assassin cheapens the experience.
As Darvin said, the balanced dagger is a really good find. In general, getting a standard lvl2 kill at level 1 with the vicious token will usually waste a lot of resources so having the balanced dagger will help a lot.
He kinda falls apart if your random boss is Super Meat Man though (but then, many classes do).
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