More balance ideas! Specifically regarding hp, classes, and xp, ready your salt shakers
Darlene Te'len last edited by
drakes can see invisible people? those things scare me, and make me hesitant to simply explore, lately i have been doing the one courier quest that lets you learn the basic lay of the land,i do hope those things are not in those areas, as i feel i have no real defense for many things since my summons seem rather inept, what is easy for one person may be hard for others like me.
since many times i am alone when i am in the game (not able to find other players or none being on,or worse setting me to dislike, i usually go out escorted)
@Lord_Acererak Hmm... I think EV (the ones in the Hullack, right? Tend to spawn with gray wolves?) would be about... 6? Earth drakes and ancient dire bears would be 7.
Earth Drakes are spooky mainly because of the Petrify gas they release, EV can be pretty hard hitting if you let them get their buff round in or get caught in the Wolf howl.
A group of Three or someone fairly prepared can deal with it for the most part.
They made you nerf the slimes with acid fog though, so it's not really your fault.
Cadiz last edited by
the fighters have an ab of approx +15 and 3 attacks a round with double bladed sword.
the mages are quite decent with a range of offensive spells.
the rangers have approx +14 ab and use poison arrows, or dual wield scimis.
the group of these is the thing i worry about meeting in hullack most, bullettes proabbly the second cos of earth sense but earthdrakes, orc, giants, ettins, bugbears and goblins are far more manageable as either impotent or appear as single mobs..
@Echo It's very hard to tell how difficult the Haunted Halls are with our group.
Most of our concepts were made with this specific activity in mind, and we are pretty stacked as a result. So do I think it should be harder? Yes, but not at the cost of restricting access to more casual groups.
Expanding so that there are more degrees of difficulty the deeper you go (with equivalent rewards) is probably the better way to go about it.
That said, we haven't explored the whole thing so it may very well be just that!
I don't know how well I can explain the point being made here, but I'll try.
Dungeons should offer progressive rewards the deeper you delve into them. This can come purely in the form of better loot, but also in other less physical rewards like xp boosts, language placeables, prestige, ect ect.
I think the more progressive style is a better fit for high level content, as it lets your players better set their own range of difficulty without excluding other players.
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