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  • #34312
    GauzeB
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    So I’m now lvl 47 and still can’t beat the king.. his holy attack kills at least 2 people in one shot, even with focus all, harden all, righteousness… I don’t know what I’m missing on this fight.

    Ps I did find a good level spot, it’s a small area of land just north of the cave of Concord, same area as the huge maze Forest. Stone dragon gives ~ 10k xp as a single mob.. as the name says he does alot of stone attacks so earth pendants are recommended

    Are there any new skills that come around 48-50 that would be worth finishing levelling?

     

     

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  GauzeB. Reason: Typos
    #34315
    GauzeB
    Participant

    Never mind needed to try again now on to post game

     

    #34316
    1oldtymer
    Participant

    OK, good going.  I looked at my lev 47 file, and maybe my setup is different.

    I have  Warrior, Blacksmith,Wizard, Medic

    I put only the warrior in front row, everybody else in rear.

    No, I don’t recall any big spells (actually, any at all after ‘steal’ at 40) coming after lev 40.

    I didn’t use righteousness at all.  I didn’t have a problem, doing pretty much what you noted: focus all, harden all, medic heals, and wizard uses a “3” ability every turn.  Warrior just bangs away with simple ability (after ‘shout’), blacksmith just uses buffs (mind break, weapon break, bind).  Helps if you could buy the stuff at Burn Inn (but even better equipment coming in the post-game if you can get the gold).

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    #34317
    GauzeB
    Participant

    Thanks for the help, finished mirror world, checked out the arena haven’t fought anything yet. Now just looking around for the rest.. like lonely isle which I thought I knew where it was.. and whatever needs done in the cave of Concord. Gotta say overall definitely worth the small cost for the game.

    And I got the red amulet from niacia, 40 to str and magic

     

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  GauzeB.
    #34319
    1oldtymer
    Participant

    Lonely Isle has a puzzle dungeon–I started it but haven’t finished it yet (I’m doing some grinding in Mirror World).  It is a bit of a pain, and I wrote the developer about it (by the way, he is very responsive and has fixed the bugs I came across and provided some insights).  I don’t like the very frequent random encounters in the midst of a trial and error process to get the right switch settings, etc.  By the time you get to Lonely Isle you don’t have any trouble with the battles, but they are just an irritant rather than a challenge.

    I probably should have taken the Red Amulet as you did, but I took the Blue to get the HP bump.  Turns out I bought enough stat buffs to take care of the HP.

    Lonely Isle is way up north west in the water, you have to fly over it to spot it.

     

    The arena is a killer…the monsters hit so hard you don’t get much of a chance to the trial and error to discover the “trick” needed to win.  So that’s why I’m grinding some to boost some stats.

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    #34505
    1oldtymer
    Participant

    I completed the game and found all enemies and won all the arena battles in the post-game.  This is a very good and interesting game, with some unique features.  The balance between difficulty and leveling up is solid, and the arena battles are challenging and engaging.  The developer continues to make improvements, so some rough spots have been removed.   Although there isn’t much story, the game play is among the best of the rpg genre.

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    #34528
    Swissbuddha
    Participant

    I’m completely stuck there

    too. I was able to get as far as the first treasure with potion spray, but I can’t get any farther. I can get back out, but cannot get to any further rooms, no matter how many ways I try to use the conveyors  on the floor

    People who attempt to create a fool proof system, often fail because they under estimate the ingenuity of fools

    #34529
    1oldtymer
    Participant

    I’m not sure you are talking about the insane puzzle in Lonely Isle, but I’ll just assume you are.  Perhaps the developer has modified it (I exchanged some emails with him for suggestions about this puzzle) and the update might make it easier.

    Part of the problem is that the switches never reset.  It is probably too late, but for anybody just starting Lonely Isle, take a screenshot prior to moving any switches (or make notes) because you might want to put them back in their starting position (there isn’t any need to do so, however).  The other problem is that the switch position solution is DIFFERENT for different party configurations!  Now, I don’t know if this means different based on names or on jobs.

    Anyway, here are the switch positions that happened to work for me: (I don’t remember my party members, but I had not yet used the “swap” feature, so they were my original characters/jobs.)

    first bank:  UUDDDDUU  (U=up)

    2nd bank:  UUDUUD  (but this row can be solved using the visual clues in the dungeon)

    Make sure you farm the Grab Bag Monster in Lonely Island, as he gives 168,000 gold, the highest in the game.

     

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    #34530
    Swissbuddha
    Participant

    Sorry, I should have specified. I’m getting nowhere in Berilath. I get to the room with all the moving arrows, like conveyor belts, and was able to get to the one treasure with a potion spray, but cannot figure out how to get anywhere elase, other than back out again

     

    People who attempt to create a fool proof system, often fail because they under estimate the ingenuity of fools

    #34531
    1oldtymer
    Participant

    I haven’t played in some time, but I just went back into the dungeon and I think easily made it to the end (a big yellow/gold room)?  In the purple rooms after the first room with the yellow conveyor belts, you just travel in the almost invisible gaps next to the walls.  Now, maybe you already did that and made it to the yellow/gold room.  What makes you think there is anything else in this dungeon?  I don’t remember how the game tells you what you need to do next.

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