LEMMISI

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If you find LEMMISI early, it can serve as a scouting tool -  using it a few times to check what Deities, monsters, glyphs, or bosses are lurking around can allow you to adapt your strategy to the dungeon.
If you find LEMMISI early, it can serve as a scouting tool -  using it a few times to check what Deities, monsters, glyphs, or bosses are lurking around can allow you to adapt your strategy to the dungeon.
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The glyph is not useful for combat due to monsters regenerating the same way the player does.  
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The glyph isn't really useful for combat due to monsters regenerating the same way the player does.  
Even with poison applied it would be better to explore in the normal way, since you'll normaly gain more mana than you would using LEMMISI.
Even with poison applied it would be better to explore in the normal way, since you'll normaly gain more mana than you would using LEMMISI.
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The exception to this is if you have used up all reachable black space and the dungeon or any subdungeons still have lots of unreachable, unrevealed tiles. This is where LEMMISI truly shines; by combining it with {{s|APHEELSIK}} or {{s|BYSSEPS}}, you can weaken a boss or wittle his resistances down before the fight even starts!
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The exception to this is if you have used up all reachable black space and the dungeon or any subdungeons still have lots of unreachable, unrevealed tiles. This is where LEMMISI truly shines; by combining it with {{s|APHEELSIK}} or {{s|BYSSEPS}}, you can weaken a boss or wittle
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This is extremely useful for the {{c|MONK}}, since he lives and dies by how much blackspace he still has left.
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his resistances down before the fight even starts!  
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This is extremely useful for the {{c|Monk}}, since he lives and dies by how much blackspace he still has left.
Once there is no black space, however, the glyph no longer has any use and should be converted.
Once there is no black space, however, the glyph no longer has any use and should be converted.

Revision as of 18:54, 21 May 2013

This page is about the Full/Beta Version of the game, if you are looking for the Alpha/Free Version, see Alpha:LEMMISI
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LEMMISI
 Mana Points 2 far sight
Effects
  • Reveals 3 random hidden tiles (if any are available)
Hotkey L

LEMMISI is a glyph that reveals 3 random tiles on cast, allowing the player to explore parts of the dungeon even if they don't have access to them. The chosen tiles are random, but are weighted towards enemys. Revealing tiles with this glyph has the same effects like exploring them in a manual way; the player gains health and mana as he usually would. Due to LEMMISI costing 2 mana, but revealing 3 tiles, the player will always gain 1 bonus mana when using this glyph.

Unlocking the glyph

LEMMISI starts unlocked.

Strategy

If you find LEMMISI early, it can serve as a scouting tool - using it a few times to check what Deities, monsters, glyphs, or bosses are lurking around can allow you to adapt your strategy to the dungeon.

The glyph isn't really useful for combat due to monsters regenerating the same way the player does. Even with poison applied it would be better to explore in the normal way, since you'll normaly gain more mana than you would using LEMMISI.

The exception to this is if you have used up all reachable black space and the dungeon or any subdungeons still have lots of unreachable, unrevealed tiles. This is where LEMMISI truly shines; by combining it with APHEELSIK.png APHEELSIK or BYSSEPS.png BYSSEPS, you can weaken a boss or wittle his resistances down before the fight even starts!

This is extremely useful for the Human Monk.png Monk, since he lives and dies by how much blackspace he still has left. Once there is no black space, however, the glyph no longer has any use and should be converted.

Hints

  • Be careful if you have taken Mystera Annurs "Mystic Balance" boon. The boon either in- or decreases manacosts toward 5, resulting in an actual manaloss when you use this glyph.


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