Edited by Spunky, 06 April 2010 - 12:31 PM.
What is your Favorite Sacred 2 Character?
Posted 12 August 2009 - 09:46 PM
Posted 21 August 2009 - 04:13 AM
Full fire or ice&melee or hybrid but always HE
1.You can play both melee and caster.
a.Melee:Ice melee is very solid build.
b.Caster: HE allows you to play many kinds of caster (full fire , ice caster , light caster , ice&fire hybrid)
2.All type HE has its own item set (ice caster,fire caster,light caster and melee&ice , melee&fire(I havent tried yet maybe a bit weak in the beginning) , melee&light)
4.High Elf is noble elf (dark elf:Inquisitor , wood elf:Dryad etc...) its the only noble one
Sorry for my English I am not a native speaker.
Edited by tkots, 23 August 2009 - 12:19 AM.
Posted 21 August 2009 - 09:50 PM
Edited by Colif, 21 August 2009 - 09:51 PM.
Posted 23 August 2009 - 11:42 AM
she looks all metal and stuff and shes blond, hard to pick any other class
gameplay wise I dont really have a favorite.
well, my Shadow warrior is just pure easy going leftclicking lameness which is kind of my style
Posted 20 March 2010 - 07:31 AM
I love these brave soldiers with thrilling melee technics. I got hooked when I played the S1 Gladiator, although the Dark Elf was pretty good, and I just want to have cool warriors. Can't stand casting spells, wanna hit, strike and make noise
Posted 29 March 2010 - 02:21 PM
Most fun build was a pistol+shield seraphim with those magenta armors (that have the flowing cloth belt/skirt). I don't remember if BFG's bonuses applied to the pistol, but that + heavy emphasis on damage spells felt cool.
Too bad we can't dual-wield pistols (maybe w/ a mod?).
Edited by BleachFan, 29 March 2010 - 02:22 PM.
Posted 30 March 2010 - 01:43 PM
I chose Temple Guardian because of Combat Alert. If the gold modifier to make it a buff didn't halve the bonuses, it would be the most powerful Combat Art in the game, IMHO.
I really haven't spent much time with Elves or Inquisitors, though.
Posted 21 April 2010 - 09:17 PM
The Inquisition...For the quotes, if nothing else
"No Honeymoon period"
"Get out of the sun, human"
"A visit to the Grand Inquisitor?! I should have shaved more...thouroghly"
I like High Elf, and Temple Guardian
Kinda Meh on Dryads
Dislike Seraphim, and Shadow Warriors (admittedly I have a 100% invisible ranged Shadow Warrior for "fun").
Posted 10 May 2010 - 05:24 AM
But it's the High Elf that comes at first place. Why?
Well, I have something with magic. I like to play with magical characters. The High Elf comes the closest to the mage and you can also turn the HE to a battlemage and probably also to a spellsword (a class in the TES games) She has a wide selection of magic spells and most of them are not weapon related. Burning, freezing and electrifying can all be done. The HE is an expert in magic.
The HE needs also strategic thinking, since she's very weak when it comes to close combat, just like what the case is in general with mages.
While the HE sometimes sound a bit spoiled (player, if you don't bother, then can you at least bring me some tea and biscuits) she also have some funny lines and at least the HE doesn't yell (instead she giggles)
Another thing is that the HE quickly gain a level and I think the fastest of them all. After a couple of minutes and you have just barely left celioth's tower you already gain a level.
The mount of the High Elf is fun too. I noticed that when you ride on the Wind Serpent you float above the ground. You actually fly a bit. It doesn't make much sound though. The monitor lizard is chewing rocks all the time and the tiger also make noise all the time.
And the High Elf itself is cute. The sets looks great. The High Elf can also wear the most rings and amulets. A true ringmaster as it seems. Seems like elves likes shiny things.
The Dryad comes second. Master in ranged weapons and also practise a bit voodoo. The spells are nature based, bit like the druid class in NWN2, and are weaker then that of the HE. But once you hit some higher levels and have modded it a bit the spells got better. The dryad is stronger then the HE when it comes to close combat and can withstand punches better.
With Ancient Bark it's a cakewalk and enemies can slash and punch what they want, but the Dryad doesn't get a scratch.
Although I put the HE overall at the first place, the Dryad seems to be the funniest character. "you see, that wasn't so bad after all" after the enemy drops dead. I like that sarcastic touch. The monitor lizard is great too, except that it's very noisy when in idle. It sounds like it's chewing rocks or bones and that works on your nerves a bit.
The seraphim comes third. An allround character that can use heavy weapons, use some magic and technology. The tiger is fun too. I like cats and the tiger is just a big cat. Too bad it doesn't do any damage, like the description seems to let you believe you that.
However, the seraphim sounds sometimes a bit creepy and I don't like that yelling. But she is good in close combat and can also use a bit spells. I like archangels wrath, radiant pillar and baneful smite. Instill belief is fun too.
The Temple guardian is okay, same goes for the dragon mage. The Shadow Warrior is too easy and not much fun to play and I don't like the inquisitor so far. I have played with the Inquisitor a bit, but it doesn't feel right. Not because it's a dark figure, but because I can't get used to it.
Edited by candesco, 10 May 2010 - 05:25 AM.
Posted 22 May 2010 - 08:28 AM
Because of the range attack mastery. I have a thing for range attacking in all games!
But a very close shave between her, Dragon Mage and High Elf. I also love the Seraphim with great CA at taking on groups of enemies. I'm playing with 6 of the 7 characters at the moment I just don't like the dark side so it's a no-go for the inquisitor.
The TG is kind of weak, or maybe it is just me.
The High elf has like no HP. died twice in like the first 20min of play! but once she gets a few levels, she kicks ass!
Shadow warrior is also not bad, because he of nether allegiance! it just helps with killing mobs!
Seraphim is great for learning the game, but not just for noobs!
I play with the character that I feel the most like. If I had a bad day at work and felt like hacking up and crushing skulls of clients, then I play with the melee and force characters (Seraphim, Shadow warrior or Temple Guardian) If I want something more strategic and mind working, then the Dryad or the High Elf, and more male power then the Dragon Mage.
Posted 27 May 2010 - 05:24 PM
Wedding invites in the mail
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