So everyone else having fun with Dragon's Dogma:Dark Arisen so far? I'm surprised it runs really fucking well.
>brown, unimaginative world
How is it possible to enjoy this game? BDSM at least can be exciting for some people. This game is equivalent to slowly driving a dull blade through your neck.
I'm enjoying it so far. It's not bad,it's honestly really fun.
I never got to play it on console, it's promising so far I just want to get out of the first town and whatnot to see what it can really do. Definitely is a game from 2012 graphics-wise, though.
>brown, unimaginative world
>Dogs Life-tier gameplay
How is it possible to enjoy any trash by Besthesda?
>doubting MT Framework
what's wrong with you
Keyboard and Mouse combo works amazing for my strider archer after a bit of fiddling with the layout (shift is second weapon skill, e is first, r is sheathe, f is use, x is run, c is grab/climb). The only thing I dislike are sluggish and unresponsive menus.
>Have a fucking blast playing this for 12 hours straight yesterday
>GPU flat-out dies today
>Can't play anymore until a new one arrives
Guess I was kind of expecting this. It's been giving me occasional BSODs for months now. Still, the timing couldn't be worse.
>game gets leaked
>try it out
Pirates really are saving this industry.
all experiences are arbitrary
anyway, dragon's dogma plays better on kbm than on a controller purely to the fact that archery system and camera rotation work infinitely better.
that looks like having to put more effort for the same results you will get with a gamepad with less work
gamepad = efficiency, comfort, analog movement.
kb+ mouse = tracking, aiming, point and lick.
anything else is just retarded.
Full Albert Wesker Sliders
Hairstyle: 45 (Hair color: 3B)
Eyes: 33 (Vertical Position: +1, Spacing: -1, Eye size: -2, Eye Color: 5A)
Brow: 37 (Vertical Position: -1, Spacing: 0, Brow color: 3G)
Stature (Height: +1, Weight: -1, Skin Color: 2A)
Facial Hair: 24
how to fucking target self when you are buffing?
I want to build a pc soon. Are the recommended requirements really needed? Does it also run well on a subpar pc?
Please don't just answer with "MT framework is magic, it could run on a gameboy!"
Except it basically does. I'm playing the game on a fucking old as hell i5 from 5 years ago and a 7870 and pulling 70 FPS at 1080p maxed out settings. That's like a cheap as fuck setup now.
Don't worry. I tried to make Jasper as close as I could.
So, about Hard Mode...
Is it even smart doing it? I feel like even if the beginning is really hard to overcome since you die so fast, you level up fast too and I already start destroying goblins in 2 hits before even getting the hydra's head to gran soren
Is it really still challenging later on?
>Is it really still challenging later on?
Nah, basically the same difficulty curve like normal mode but more extreme. Big enemies in the end can still kill you in one or two hits, but those are mostly easy to avoid.
Am I meant to do no damage?
Even with enchantments I barely hurt stuff like ghouls, let alone bosses.
Just got done with the little pawn dungeon beneath gran soren, I only managed to kill the giant because it tumbled off the cliff into his death.
>throwing a loli off a cliff
I'm going to do this.
It's a bit like that early game, when you level up a bit and get some nicer weapons you'll start stomp things left, right and center, ogres are just kind of a pain in the ass early game
>Just got done with the little pawn dungeon beneath gran soren, I only managed to kill the giant because it tumbled off the cliff into his death.
That was what happened to everyone. My theory is that the developers intended you to run away from him. But the zombies should be no problem, sure they are beefy with their hp, but fire works well and they are not really threatening enemies.
Though enemies in this game have in general a lot of HP. Ogres will be strong foes for a long time. Best way to beat them is by using the right enchantments and debilitation.
Yeah, that first ogre is a pain in the ass. As for the undead down there, fire/holy enchant will be your best bet against them. Be sure to upgrade your gear, especially weapons, as much as you can. The way defense works in the game is subtractive. If your damage is less than their defense, you do 1 damage, if its more, then you do whatever the difference is. Enemies have "levels", but its not outright stated.
>During the PS3 Free Dragons Dogma week I played as a loli with a giant swordsman pawn.
>Wanting to be the little girl dominated by the beef mclargehuge
But all main roads are littered with group of trash blocking your way forcing you to either fight your way through or take a detour with a chance of meeting more trash or large monsters
>not even open
>Japanese-tier nature of the universe
>ugly, low poly lolis as characters
>8 bit textures
>one playable class
>one of the best games
I know that consoles are shit, but holy shit.
>>one playable class
Why do shitposters always put the most stupid shit at the bottom of the list?
Just ordered an R7 370 to replaced my ded Radeon HD 6850. Did I do gud, /v/?
My monitor size is
1600x1200so I don't really need anything more than a budget card.
>the pirated version has armorsets and items in the storage, including an eternal teleporter stone
well shit. discarded everything
except for the teleporter
why the hell are ogres so tough? did no one balance this shit?
I can't even comprehend this.
Well, you made me post this, 10/10 bait.
Never played the game before this, but I could tell immediately that blitz strike at level 1 from that ring in the storage is OP as fuck. I don't even have to attack things normally, I just spam the fuck out of blitz strike and everything dies.
I run at 140 FPS mostly, but I think it's a problem of large amounts of villagers loading in and out at once. For some reason that shit carried over and I'll have a period where no one is on my screen, then suddenly the game will shit its pants for like 2 seconds and 20 people will appear all around me.
Ogres have huge physical defense. They take more damage from magic, setting them on fire gets you the DoT, but they might rage. Ice is good, and lightning, especially a nice brontide to the head, will stun them and possibly knock them down.
Or, climb on their back, they'll try to jump on to their back to crush you. Jump off as they crouch down to jump, then just wail on their head as they lay on the ground kind for some free damage.
okay so i got to the city and had to do that pawn guild quest where you go to the basement. Anyway, there's a part where you open a gate and go down and there's this weird as fuck troll enemy, so he killed himself almost immediately and I got 6000 XP. I keep going down, shit starts poppin' out of the ground, aight, I'm cool, but this is fucking gay. Anyway all my pawns died and I ran away. I didn't explore the dungeon. I just sorta got what I needed and fucked off. I'm not even sure what I grabbed.
But yeah I've never had an experience like that in an RPG, where about 4 fuck ups and buggy moments led to a tense as fuck chase with me being an absolute fuckwit and barely making it out alive. I was such a shit leader... but such a sneaky pete for pulling off that shit. I barely even fought anything.
>why the hell are ogres so tough?
the game is heavily dependant on levels and equipment
basically the way damage works is that enemy defense gets substracted from your attack and whatever is left is the damage you deal
so if you deal 200 damage each swing and the enemy has 180 defence you end up dealing 20 damage per swing
now if you upgrade your sword by 20 damage or gain 4 levels for 5 attack each you will now deal 220 damage per swing vs. 180 defence dealing 40 damage per attack, effectively doubling your damage.
It works the other way around as well which is why one of the warrior augments that makes you take less damage per attack is very, very strong early on since it is a flat boost to your defence
even so, fighting ogres as a warrior, even with 2 magic pawns takes 5 to 10 dangerous minutes. swapping to magic archer now, gonna see how that goes. i love playing warrior, but the moves get repetetive
You did the right thing. You can't fight the tentacles boss directly, so you have to run, this time. Hopefully you grabbed the glowing blue rock thing. That is your first portcrystal, you can place it almost anywhere in the overworked to create a custom fast travel point.
been playing for a couple hours, its really fun. it's basically what you'd imagine an adventuring game to feel like. great atmosphere, great combat, great enemies. it's fucking weird in some other areas, but the good parts make up for it
it's just fun as fuck. graphics are unremarkable but looking at the general there's no doubt that we'll be seeing some hd texture mods soon. gameplay itself is some of the most enjoyable in a long time.
i want to know more of mercedes, but after escorting the hydra head she kinda disappeared on me. is she somewhere in the city with some quests or something or will she play a role in later main quests? all i can do is do a shitty escort quest that she dies in immediately, cause traveling south is a fucking suicide mission
yeah it's really adventure-y. you really get a sense of physical presence in the world too, you can crawl all over shit and throw enemies and generally interact with things in weird ways. it's really fun.
The rings give you beyond the original games max level of a skill, there is the original skill, then the improved version and in dark arisen they increased it to another one. So yes you will be oneshotting a lot of t he game with that skill.
The escort quests sure fuck with the players. My advice: do them when you have portcrystals set up where they want to go.
And the brown escort-lady reappears, you can later meet her in the castle, but won't do much with her. She has her own quest later on
and fucks off forever if you don't romance her
Goddamn, that is beautiful. This is what it truly means to get good. Makes me want to pick up DMC3 again after not playing it for 5 years. I hope I haven't completely lost all my muscle memory.
F U C K F U N P O S T E R S
I'm a dumbass buyfag who had it on PS3 too.
Tell me, pirates. How is it? I mean I know the game, but does it really run well? What card you got? Does it stay in high frames even in wacky sorcerer bullshit?
And the visuals? You tried any new shaders?
I hope you fellas are enjoying yourself. Thanks for the early screens.
>That meteor that cut off two hydra heads at once before hitting the ground
There's either something wrong with your GPU or your version of the game then, because I have an i5/970 setup and I'm running the game at a solid 140+ FPS with everything turned up to the max.
Nope, don't have an SSD.
I'm posting from work right now so I don't have my folder on hand, but I did get the 7gb Seyter repack uploaded day that was heavily compressed. The one people were memeing about bitcoin miners over.
Which didn't have a bitcoin miner btw
I'm a little disappointed with the texture quality. I played it a lot back on console, but blowing it up to higher resolution is bringing the low quality into focus.
Looking forwards to ENBs and other visual tweaks. Gameplay holds up, thank god. It's only been like two years.
You really want to focus on using the right element for the enemy you are fighting. Skeletons and undead are weak to fire and light, I think ogres are weak to lightning? I know Cyclops' are weak to lighting.
Either way, focus on upgrading your weapons first and foremost. If your attack power is 150 and you are up against an enemy that has 145 defense, you are looking at 5 damage per hit. At that point, even an upgrade of 10 damage is going to be a huge deal. So always buy the newest shit and upgrade it as much as you can. Once you get over that initial hump, it gets a lot easier.
Otherwise, set shit on fire and poison it. Use those explosive barrels that are almost everywhere. Use items here and there. There's more to it then just unloading on whatever is in front of you.
By the time you get to gran soren (the first available opportunity to switch to sorcerer), you'll have enough DP to switch ten times over even if you skipped all the side quests.
>I'm not sure if the save file can be carried over, I tried doing it with two cracked versions and it didn't work.
This is really disheartening to hear. I'm really enjoying the game and definitely want to pick it up at launch so I can experience all of the cool pawn shit, but hearing this makes me hesitant to keep playing because I really wouldn't want to lose all a whole bunch of progress when I move over to the real game.
Here's hoping someone out there figures it out!
It could be just an issue of the first version I downloaded, apparently it runs worse than other anons have reported around, but I don't really feel like downloading it yet again to try it out.
You piss me off but I know it shouldn't because expecting you to know something very basic about a game you've never played is just childish.
That is where trading peoples pawns online comes in. Pawns will learn enemy weaknesses the more they fight them, and in their stats they have a knowledge rating for each enemy type. If you hire a pawn that knows a lot about the type of enemy you are fighting, it will tell you all about its weaknesses mid fight. Alternatively, if someone hires YOUR pawn and fights enemies, it will still learn new things once that person sends your pawn back and you rest at an Inn to update them.
check out reballing and reflow
you may not need to replace your gpu at all, it happened to me and a 8800gts; bought a 5770 hd after that one "died out" and then after some years i really killed my 5770hd
by cleaning it with the vaccum cleaner. pro-hint: touch your gpu with the metal part of the vaccum cleaner and a statical discharge will fry the pc component it is touchingand while i didn't had the money to get a new one i went back to 8800gts and managed to make it work by literally throw it to the oven for 10mins at 200ºc.
it worked for around a week before i needed to to that again and it only stopped working after a year or so because i fell asleep while doing it and the whole shit burned out - but there're more permanent methods to do that though (reflow).
So is there no point where you have too many fps?
Please explain why I would or wouldn't ever want to go over 60fps
This is an honest question, anon.
I have like half of my first desktop sitting in my closet and the other half hasn't been ordered yet
so I noticed rift pawns grabbing stuff while out in the field with me. do i have to manually transfer this shit into my inventory everytime I switch them around and get a new one from the rift? that would be pretty tedious so I think they might drop all their collected shit into the storage box when I release them
>Started as strider
>Played sorc for 30 levels pre-100 for the magick augment
>Switched to MK for sanctuary
>Permanently switched to MA at level 106 or 107
>Still wipe the floor with everything due to elemental damage being king
>That extra 200 damage isn't stopping me when Daimon 2.0 is stunlocked after the third ninefold bolt
Will story become better or this is just an exploration-focused ARPG?
Not like i complain about something, purely for exploration it's probably one of the best openworld APRGs i've played in, but story seems hilariously lame so far.
From what I understand, mage is shit, sorc is broken. Having played mage so far (only an hour in) I can say mage is kind of ass. Very support, very weak. Sorc, from what I've seen, nukes shit.
I WANT TO PLAY NOW
What could possibly justify waiting another 4 days when it's obviously playable right now? I'm going to start a fucking petition to stop them from doing this waiting period bullshit.
He's reflecting on the fact that browsing /v/ made him bitter and elitist to other people.
Well I have a 144hz monitor, so for me having more than 60fps makes a big visual difference. You can actually see the difference between 60 and 144 frames, and the end result (when you can find a game you can actually lock down at this framerate) is absolutely stunning.
It's hard to explain to someone who hasn't used anything higher than a 60hz monitor, but there's a big fucking difference. Night and day. I recommend giving one a try if you get the chance.
>but story seems hilariously lame so far.
It's seriously really dull for a long time.
Don't worry, it picks up heavily at the end and vomits absurd amounts of even more absurd lore at you
lets just share a little something from earlier
Is the Assassin any fun? Back when I played DD on the consoles it boiled down to drink unlimited stamina potion and spam thousand kisses, which is boring as fuck. Does it have any actual fun skills?
How did you get yours working?
I have a 2560x1440 monitor overclocked to 100hz and I get no option in the game to set to 100hz. Only 59 and 60.
>Finally get through the mine
>Hobgoblin ambush right outside
>Run around fighting until fire falls from the sky repeatedly, killing my pawns
>Blindness clears, there was a fucking drake attacking me
I was expecting much better graphics for the PC port
Please tell me you guys didn't wait years for something that barely looks better than the 360 version
I guess mods will pretty it up eventually but damn
>comparing playing a game on a keyboard to playing an instrument
I'm getting a slight "esports are real sports" vibe here
Thanks for showing me this game, /v/
Enjoying a lot!
It looks like shit as far as 2016 games go but it's still a massive improvement over the console versions just for being 1080p/60fps, I booted up my PS3 version and it's blurry as fuck at 20fps in bitterblack isle. You can always inject reshade or some shit to make it prettier
We weren't waiting for a graphics overhaul. We were waiting for the same game, but without it dropping to single digits FPS.
Sword&Bow? Strider? I don't know, I don't like the idea of not being specialized. Maybe I'll go Mystic Knight again so I can see what the skills look like with more than 2 fps.
Why do consolebabbies always have to be so smug about their shitty underpowered 30fps machines. Yeah congratulations, you played the game a bit earlier while sacrificing framerate and playability. Try thinking from the pc perspective for once seriously.
Once you don't learn when to not to be apathetic about your surroundings then maybe you would understand the ideology of others.
Max out sorcerer and warrior. Get the passive skills that let you carry more shit and makes perfect blocking easier from fighter.
Assassin is shit for leveling if you don't minmax for max physical damage at level 200.
So anyone getting that sense of adventure feeling with this game? you know that tingling feeling deep in your anus that lets you know you're about to embark on an epic adventure?
If being able to run the game at over 100fps at 1080p+ isn't considered significantly "better graphics" than sup-720p letterboxed at like less than 20fps at times, than I don't know what is.
I just wanted to make Elhaym but she looks really generic, don't you think?
>literally years ago, people have done everything there is to do in the game, discussed it to death several times over
>b-but muh FPS it was worth the wait
>Once you don't learn when to not to be
Honestly she looks closer to Popola. It's been a while since I've been in the character creator, is it possible to make her hair oranger?
In recreating your favorite vidya/animes characters you generally have to over-exaggerate to get a resemblance. Make her brows thicker, too.
I am going to be missing out on anything by not doing some kind of autistic build? Like, am I going to be unprepared or at a significant disadvantage because of it?
Because I was planning on playing the game like an actual RPG and try to roleplay a little bit with my choice of classes. Am I doing it wrong?
>Once you don't learn when to not to be apathetic about your surroundings then maybe you would understand the ideology of others.
>Because I was planning on playing the game like an actual RPG and try to roleplay a little bit with my choice of classes. Am I doing it wrong?
if you intend to play "like an actual RPG", then presumably you won't do something retarded like switch to a sorcerer after playing as a warrior for 100 levels, so you should be fine
You're not going to be disadvantaged a whole lot if you don't level up as a specific class for its growths, but for most classes you do have to get a few levels of another class to unlock specific augments.
Min max is for autists, casually playing the game you can finish it around level 40-60. Min max is OVERKILL for any of the content in both dark arisen and the original game as your equipment gives a bigger bonus to damage than your stats ever do.
Remember those cheapish 2560x1440 Korean monitors that were popular a few years ago?
The QNIX QX2710 is able to overclock it's refresh rate a bit.
Some people only get to 75hz and some people get to 144hz. It's a crapshoot. Luckily I can get a decent OC of 100hz. Do not try this with any other monitor.
Couple of questions from someone who knows almost nothing about the game.
Is the port good? How is framerate? Does the game control well with KB+M? Any particular fuck ups with PC version?
I'm going to buy it anyway. I'm just not sure if I should pre-order or wait for a patches/discount.
Do you guys think that people will have figured out an easy way to transfer save files by the time the game launches on Steam on friday?
I'm playing the game for the first time and really enjoying it, and I'm worried about getting to far and having to start over spoiling my first run a bit.
Min-maxing is only recommended if you plan on farming the online version of Ur Dragon for holy weapons that are instantly outclassed by beginner BBI gear.
Otherwise as long as you don't keep switching between STR and INT classes you should be fine.
Fighter, Warrior, Strider, Ranger and Assassin benefit from STR.
Mage, Sorcerer and Magick Archer benefit from INT.
Mystic Knight benefits from both, though more from INT than STR.
There aren't that many options though
Play the game till you get to Gran Soren. Right after the Hydra escort quest.
Bam you have an Eternal Ferrystone in your stash with the ability to warp to said capital city and the starting settlement. In order to get more places to fast travel to, you'll need to get more port crystals and place them where you think they'll be of most use.
Ok but seriously. Don't make me paranoid, I just wanted to check if it would even run.
Mystic Knight + Prep time does the most burst dps by a significant margin
Ranger does the most sustained
Strider and Assassin do similar damage, Strider will do more if they don't have to climb on the enemy to effectively attack them, in which case Assassin will win out.
Magick Archer is on a similar level to Strider/assassin i think.
So I'm getting the game and heard that the Magick Archer has some pretty shitty stat gains.
I was thinking of starting as Mage, switch to Sorcerer for like 60-70 levels, get some Assassin levels and then rest being MA. Is that good enough?
I know that minmaxing isn't really required but I also don't want to have the character be too shitty.
I'd like to go in the game as blind as possible. But I just wanted to know if there is some way to completely fuck up my playthrough? I'd like to avoid those.
Also I can switch classes at will, right?
So how long of a game are we talking about here?
Would it, say kept me interested for 30 hours at least?
You can't but there are missable quests. It doesn't matter you can do them in New Game +.
You can swicth classes whenever you want in two places. Just be careful and don't play as a sorcerer if you were a warrior the whole game, it's better to stick to physical or magical classes, or have a balanced character if you want to do everything.
I hope you know that by the time you've reached level 100 or so you've completed about 80% of the game, even on hard mode with boosted exp.
Archer's self-immolation skill scales off physical damage anyway, as does Thousand kisses which you'll probably want.
Optimal Magick Archer build is balanced strength and magick.
Honestly I'd just play as Assassin/Warrior/Sorcerer until you get the augments you want from them (you'll level with them a bit just from doing that), then play as strider for a while (balanced stat gains across the board) and then switch to Magick Archer when you get bored of Strider
or stick with Strider since Soaring Stone + Brain Splitter shits on everything and is fun as fuck
I'd recommend starting as a strider, at least until you get to Gran Soren. As MA, you'll be shitting out attacks fast, and you'll need the stamina gains strider gives you. When you get to the. Capital, there will also be sorc weapons for sale.
Also, some enemies are still easier taken out with daggers than your bow late game, such as wyverns/direwyverns (their heart is located on their back between their wings). So, having a somewhat OK strength stat can't hurt.
Runs like a dream on high settings
Even on my shitty frankenstein PC
>runs really well
>on a PC
Gee man, i wonder how.
I'm thinking of rolling Ranger for the whole game once I can become one. Even without a preset build, if I read the ingame menus and skill requirements (or whatever), will I be ok?
How did you guys like playing Ranger?
Yes, you can stats at each level up that depend on your class. So a warrior will gain a lot of strength but no intelligence. You could still play sorcerer and after a few levels catch up, but it'll be harder for you.
Planning builds will make you enter into autism territory so just stick to physical, magical or both evenly and you'll be just fine.
It doesn't, it's "always there".
Your characters can only "find" them at night because of the glowing bugs that suckle from them once the sun goes down that indicates where they are.
Rangers level up stats are actually pretty optimal for Ranger, unlike most other classes. You don't need any levels in any other classes for Ranger, you'll want augments from other classes though (this applies to every class).
baka desu senpai
Assassin and Strider, Strider is far more fun in my opinion.
Ranger is more of a cannon in terms of shitting out damage though
On the other hand Mystic Knight is the tankiest glass but has literal cannons.
This game runs like fucking smooth butter. Love it. Can't wait for official release
Despite it being lackluster graphically holy shit does 1080p+ do wonders for this game as well as 60 fps.
If I remember correctly, you can get portcrystals:
>The everfall, beneath the pawn guild, first visit
>The shadowfort, in a jail cell, ruined building in the main courtyard
>The witch's wood, beneath Selene's cabin, when the rock (golem) moves
must have met Quina there before meeting the Duke, otherwise you won't trigger Selene's quest to make the golem awaken, and locks you out of the further areas of the woods
>Hillfigure Knoll, in the Dragonforged's cave
>Top of Blue moon Tower
you could just look up the augment lists yourself but whatever
Useful augments from:
nigger shut up. Game is perfectly beatable and farmable with Generated and Main pawn. Noone cares about your loli pawn that costs 9 billion rift crystals to rent when it has guardian style play.
This right here. Was gonna buy it when I had no choice. Played it last night and felt meh on top of the fact that all the tutorial bullshit slaps the controls from my hands every two seconds.
Yeah I played it on PS3 years ago and literally every good pawn was lvl 200 and cost 8,999,999 rift crystals to rent so, nice game m8 (sorry i said billion instead of million)
>fighting the hydra for the 1st time
>watch as the beast eats a fucking man and glomps him alive
You do fucking realise you don't have to do the shit board quests with guard captain in that training area right? You literally just go there, talk to guys kill the hydra and go.
i know that fucking feel. playing this garbage has me excited as fuck for a dark souls sequel.
>people will think i'm trolling by saying this but i'm not
Why is it so damn convoluted to create a name? Make a mistake, and backspace only deletes 1 letter, try deleting the whole name and it reverts to my moniker. Also, are the outfits I see when I pick character model how my character is going to end up looking?
>Coming off of this after just investing 200 hours in the Witcher 3
>Muscle memory keeps making me try to use Witcher Senses every couple of minutes when looking for items.
Anyone else, or am I just a faggot.
It's been compressed by Russian magic to be as small as possible, of course it will take time to run all the algorithms to decompress 5.8 GB into 19 GB.
Still 2 hours is pretty severe, it took 30 minutes for me.
>Remember all the shit that was cut
>Going to space
>Going to a new continent
It's not that I WANT to, it's more just a subconscious impluse to push the button I mapped Witcher Senses to after using it so often in the other open world fantasy action RPG I was playing.
Hardest is inarguably Warrior, easiest is probably lategame Magic Archer, just because you have the tools to deal with all but a single enemy in the game, and are immune to status effects
>NPCs are fine
well I dno't know about you but when I was playing, I went to the Pawn's Guild in Gran Soren and when I was walking out the door, the "npc guard" that stands to the right of the door literally popped in in my face.
>and up to that point
it's like 10-15 minutes max. That's pretty damn light for a 'tutorial' these days considering the game doesn't interrupt you every 30 minutes for the next 5 hours to explain a new mechanic (and i use the word 'tutorial' here lightly since it only spends like 2 minutes of those 15 actually teaching you anything, it's just a prologue, really)
Oh no whatever will you do???? An npc popping in oh lord have mercy for this is the greatest of sins, as we walk throught the valley of the shadow of cpu power, I will fear the pop-ins. Give me the power oh lord jesus, oh lord jesus christ give me the power!
Don't get me wrong. I'll keep playing, probably more when the mods start flowing in to clean up these shit textures. Just thought it was poor design to explain to me that e let's me pick shit up.
What classes are shit tier? I have a hard time finishing these kinds of games if the story is boring, and i've heard it only picks up later on in the game. So rerolling is pretty much out of the question.
So tell me what roles are top tier or what worked well for you.
To new players and old alike, this is how the vocation exp works (don't bother reading if you don't want to min max) there is a trick you can do to level your vocations faster. The amount of vocation exp you get is determined by the exp you actually get but only up to a certain degree, the fastest way is to kill rabbits outside cassardis. You want to make sure that anything you kill gives you only 0-99 exp per kill that way you level your class at the maximum otherwise you're just wasting time and levels levelling in a class that will give you a subpar stat.
Makes sense a Chinatsu poster would be fucking retarded.
assassin doesn't get ten fold flurry you mong, it gets the gutted five fold version. on top of that shortbows have less strength bonuses than longbows.
>You are already dead tier
Mystic Knight + Prep time
>Tenfold Flurry tier (aka top tier)
Mystic Knight, Sorcerer, Strider, Assassin, Magick Archer
>Worse version of Fighter tier
>do not play after you unlock Sorcerer tier
>And only mages are shit tier
Shit as in not fun or shit as in you have a really hard time killing things?
The game isn't probably hard enough to require minmaxing on normal?