try talking with him, press ctrl c and choose him and ask him about personal life or something
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#1,926 (edited by omer 2019-04-14 17:54:11)
I think I'm building the melee characters wrong. I'm level 70 and have the magic characters doing damage of several hundred or even thousand hp. The ranger clocks in at about 20 to 30 hp a hit and is very , very slow... The thief does anywhere from 100 to 200 a hit usually. I think my build for them is gross. For the magic characters it's agility and intelligence and willpower to max first, then constitution, then strength and dexterity whenever I think to add them. This probably isn't gonna work for a melee character, so for those I did strength dexterity and agility up first, then constitution and the rest. But now that I think of it, I never saw the thief and ranger as being useful for anything other than being necessary to complete certain quests or unlock certain doors or parts of an area and the like. Then once they had outlived their usefulness they stayed back at the inn until they came up in the conversations and dialog at the end of the game. They just aren't doing anything for me other than taking damage. They're punching bags, little more, and nothing less.
If you're at level 70 your thief and ranger characters should be maxed out to do quite a lot of damage--Matthias the ranger can actually kill dragons under the right circumstances. Upgrading stats is only half of the play at that level, there's also equipment to increase strength and speed. I have Gwen wearing the elven prellett's armor, which boosts strength and agility,and if you're lucky enough to find said armor, you could try Matthias in that. Then there's the elven ranger and hunter gear to increase evasiveness, the ring of finesse to increase dexterity and speed, etc. As for thief, give him gear that rates as effortless, pair it with a ring of finesse you can get to the point where you might actually want to give him some heavier weapon just to slow the game down so your enemies have a chance to fight back. Hint: If you're fighting dragons, either do maximum damage on your turn or have the characters maxed out in speed so you get two turns for every one of theirs.
agreed about ranger but thief is no bad
I flee the dragons if I get the chance. They hit hard and I don't know which equipment to get so my chars can stay relatively safe. I once played necro, and charname was Buffeling ShoneMan, a spoonerism for shuffeling boneman. I think I didn't have the right equipment for it so the wyvrens and dragons kept on killing the thing. Then after that I restarted and played warrior for a while, but I had trouble with ghosts on warrior. Now I play priest but I find that squishy, so I might try mage next, although Gwen is mage so I don't really see the point, or I might try ranger/bowman, but then mathias is that, so again...don't quite see the point of doing that.
Same for Thief.
The only classes left then to play are either warrior or necro, as I don't really see the point of playing any of the others, since you already get a piest, a thief, and a ranger partner.
I'm starting to think of restarting yet again simply because of cleric/priest being squishy.
Still, I like AHC very much.
Is there any way to guarantee to get a particular piece of equipment? Or is it really based totally on dumb blind random luck save for the unique pieces you get from quests or in display cases and the like?
@Derekedit: I think that it is random.
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Today I finished the forest quest. Had a little trouble with the gardion, oh and I'm playing mage this time. So have made gwen fire mage and Magica, Ice mage. Nice blasting set. Anyway
Struggling with the Hydras in the mine. Just the mine quest and a load of side-quests left to do. Graveyard and forest are done. Well, I didn't clear the bandits yet, or even exterminated the goblins, I wanted to see if I could finish the tree things and the graveyard first, and so I did. Now I have only the mine left on main quest, and a load of side ones, but I already said that.
Hello! I'm having some problem with the divided house quest. I was able to find 2 of the 3 itens needed, now only need to find the last one, which is proving more difficult than I thought.
I don't know which ones you've found but likely you're missing the one that's closer to where the shaman is since it's well out of the way. If it's not that then I'll list the other two in case. One's in or near a chief's tent and one is in the palace.