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Good afternoon, all Sacred fans, having such a problem, there used to be a game disc on the xbox 360 but it was scratched by accident and will not start. If someone has an xbox 360 account to transfer the game to the console. At the moment we don’t have these discs on sale .Thank.
Dual Wield Exalted Warrior/Revered Technology Seraphim Hello everyone! For those who still play this game nowadays, in the following lines I will share my personal Sacred 2 guide for one of my favorite characters, the Seraphim. As the title say, we will mainly be using combat arts from the Exalted Warrior aspect and a few from the Revered Technology aspect, mainly the energy shield. So, let's begin! 1. Skill build Level 2 - Tactics Lore (keep this close to your character level) - One of the most important skills for our Seraphim since it increases the damage dealt by weapons and the critical chance as well! (you should put at least 1 point in Tactics Lore per level up or if you want, 2 points every 2 level ups so you can master it at level 75). Level 3 - Exalted Warrior Focus (at least 75 points for mastery) - Probably our second most important skill after Tactics Lore due to the regeneration and penalty decrease for the Exalted Warrior combat arts. Master it at level 75. Level 5 - Armor Lore (keep it around half of your character's level) - Great skill due to the regeneration reduction of our combat arts as well as penalty diminish from the equipment. Try to have the penalty limit around 15-20 levels higher than your character level (for example, a level 60 Seraphim should have no penalty for gear level 75-80). This is because we will mainly be using set or unique items that mostly comes with a way higher level than our character, especially if they're dropped from bosses. Level 8 - Dual Wield (you can keep this at half of your character's level) - Good skill for a bit of attack and attack speed boost. The penalty limit threshold should be the same as Armor Lore's, you should be able to use weapons up to 15-20 levels more than yours without penalties. Level 12 - Revered Technology Focus (at least 75 points for mastery; you can keep it 1/2 of your character's level) - We'll learn the Focus skill first for the regeneration time decrease as well as penalty threshold. Very important skill in our build. Level 18 - Revered Technology Lore (you can keep this 1/3 of your character's level since we will be using Flaring Nova more for crowd control rather than damage and also the energy shield benefits more from Warding Energy Lore rather than from Revered Technology Lore) Level 25 - Constitution (keep it around 1/3 of your level until later levels, when it can be 1/2) - More health is always good to have. Level 35 - Concentration (don't put too many points in this since we are using it mostly for the second buff) - At this point of the game we should be able to have some regeneration reduction equipment (or at least some gear with regeneration reduction from buffs), so the regeneration increase from the second buff shouldn't be a major problem. Level 50 - Warding Energy Lore (put as many points as you need; you can keep the ratio from Constitution as well, 1/3 of your character's level on Silver difficulty and then at higher difficulties you can keep it 1/2 or even 2/3, if you like a more 'tanky' approach) - Improves your energy shield and indirectly, your health, since it strengthens your survivability in battle. Level 65 - Toughness (don't spend too much time on this, just keep it 1/3 of your character's level or even 1/4) - Just for a little more resistance against every damage type. 1.1 Skill mastery order (personal preference) 1st mastery - Tactics Lore (for more critical hit chance) 2nd mastery - Exalted Warrior Focus (for further regeneration and penalty decrease for Pelting Strikes, Dashing Alacrity and Battle Stance buff) 3rd mastery - Revered Technology Focus (for further regeneration and penalty decrease for Flaring Nova and Warding Energy buff) 4th mastery - Dual Wield (to grant the chance to inflict double hits with your weapons) 5th mastery - Armor Lore (for further regeneration penalty decrease) 6th mastery - Warding Energy Lore (for even more faster shield regeneration) 7th mastery - Revered Technology Lore (for more Flaring Nova damage; it improves the energy shield as well) 8th mastery - Constitution (to be able to regenerate health while in combat) 9th mastery - Toughness (for further increased resistance against all damage types) 10th mastery - Concentration (only for 3 active buffs at the same time; we kept Concentration at 10th mastery because we don't have a single point in Celestial Magic aspect Lore or Focus skills so we don't have a third fully modified buff to use) 2. Combat arts and buffs Exalted Warrior Aspect 1. Pelting Strikes - Our main combat art to use. The ideal regeneration time should be around 3 seconds (if you have gear with regeneration per hit bonuses of 1 or 1,5 seconds then you can have a regeneration of even 4,5 seconds). Keep it equal or lower level to the penalty threshold of Exalted Warrior Focus. 2. Dashing Alacrity - Very important combat art due to increased move speed and attack speed bonuses. Use it for long distance runs or before boss fights and watch them shred with Pelting Strikes. 3. Battle Stance (buff) - Our main buff that we'll be using. Provides a decent amount of damage, attack and defense boost. Revered Technology Aspect 1. Flaring Nova - Very good combat art when facing groups of enemies. Don't keep an eye out on the regeneration because we won't gonna be spamming this like Pelting Strikes. A regeneration of under 7-8 seconds should work. 2. Warding Energy (buff) - Our secondary buff after Battle Stance. Don't take it at early levels since it will increase the regeneration of Pelting Strikes and Flaring Nova too much and we won't gonna be using it against rats and brigands anyway. Level 30 should be enough to start read Warding Energy runes. *OPTIONAL* - 3. Divine Protection - You can use it during boss fights after your Warding Energy shield got depleted for some more protection. (be careful because it will deactivate your Warding Energy buff when the duration ends; I don't know if this is now patched or not) Celestial Magic Aspect (Optional) 1. Hallowed Restoration - Just a good healing effect after fights if you want to spare some health potions. 3. Combat arts and buffs modifications Pelting Strikes Succession - chance for double hits (20%) Focus - require less energy (20%) Precision - increases the chance to land critical hits (9.9% + 0,1% per level of Pelting Strikes) Dashing Alacrity Bloodlust - further increases attack speed (10% + 0,3% per level of Dashing Alacrity) Delay - increases the duration of Dashing Alacrity (with 50%) Impatience - reduces the cooldown of Dashing Alacrity (with 33,3%) Battle Stance (buff) Premonition - further increases attack value (12,5% + 2,5% per level of Battle Stance) Drill - reduces the energy cost to maintain Battle Stance (not sure how much to be honest but it's always good to have) Retaliation - small chance to reflect close combat damage (20% chance, increases slightly per level of Battle Stance) Flaring Nova Impulse - sends out 2 pulses, but reduces strength (around 30% damage reduction) Stun - chance to stun enemies within range (19,8% + 0,2% per level of Flaring Nova) Laggard - slows the targets down (25% + 0,5% per level of Flaring Nova) Warding Energy Field Force - strengthens the energy field and absorbs more damage until it is exhausted (50% increase from base value) Field Force - improves the energy field and absorbs more damage until it is exhausted (50% increase from base value) Resource - reduces the energy cost to maintain the shield (50% + 0,5% reduction per level of Warding Energy) Divine Protection Dampen - absorbs more damage (10% + 0,1% per level of Divine Protection) Uplifted Force - improves the energy shield (33,3% increase) Improved Reflection - chance to reflect projectile damage (50% + 1% per level of Divine Protection) 4. Weapons and equipment 4.1 Weapons by the level 50 mark you should have a different slot for each damage type (Physical, Magical, Fire, Ice and Poison) I personally use Poison damage weapons for the main slot (upgraded with Poison Fangs) due to Poison secondary effect (damage over type), which is a personal preference of mine - you can use any damage type as a main, it's pure preferential you can either use swords or hafted weapons, but don't combine them in the same weapon slot (like a dual wielding a sword and an axe) always keep the weapon with the higher damage on your right hand because it's the first hand we attack with and combat arts like Pelting Strikes or Soul Hammer will deal more damage this way best modifiers and effects to use on your weapons: +X% damage to the same damage your weapon has, Regeneration per hit (1-1,5 seconds should be more than enough), Lifeleech, Critical hit chance, Double hit chance, +X% Attack, +X to Attack or +X to Exalted Warrior aspect for greedier players, Experience per kill and Chance to find valuables are good too, but don't imprison yourself just in these or you'll suffer later in the game (tip available for both weapons and equipment) 4.2 Equipment I personally prefer Niokaste's Blade Dance set due to bonuses to Exalted Warrior aspect LATE EDIT: I also find Genesis Siderea set amazingly good due to the % Lifeleech bonus (if you can find both pieces of the Tooth and Nail set you'll have another % Lifeleech bonus) best modifiers and effects you can use on your equipment: +X% or +X Armor, +X% or +X to Defense, Regeneration per hit, Regeneration decrease to Combat Arts or to Exalted Warrior aspect, Lifeleech, +X% shield absorption, Spell resistance or +to all skills jewelry is pure preferential, I personally use +Damage, +Attack, Lifeleech or Regeneration per hit rings and +Armor, +Attack and Defense, +to all skills or Damage mitigation amulets (you can socket some of these modifiers in your weapons and equipment as well) 4.3 Relics use each set of relics for every resistance needed (I personally use the main set with mixed relics and the other ones with Poison resistance relics, Fire resistance relics and Ice resistance relics) unique or set relics (from the Community Patch) are the best ones, so keep every one of these you find until you find better ones 5. Attributes at early levels (1-25), you should put points into both Strength (for some melee damage and attack boost) and Stamina (for some regeneration decrease until we find proper equipment) in a 50-50 ratio (60-40 or 40-60 ratio can work too) after level 25 you can occasionally start putting points into Vitality (for more health) and Willpower (for a little bit more Warding Energy shield power) after level 50, when you will gain 2 attribute points to spend, ONE should always go into Strength and the other one either into Vitality, Willpower or Stamina (into Stamina only if you really need to); if you feel you don't need either Vitality, Willpower or Stamina then you can up both points into Strength after level 150, when you will gain 3 attribute points to spend, TWO should always go into Strength and the other one either into Vitality or Willpower, based on your personal preference; if you feel you don't need either Vitality or Willpower then you can up all three points into Strength 6. Play style Expert Touch option is pure preferential (I personally have it ON since I am using a lot of Regeneration per hit modifiers) control large groups of mobs via Flaring Nova (remember that we send 2 pulses from the modification, so, it's an increased chance to either stun or slow down the annoying enemies) slay champion type enemies with Pelting Strikes (3 or 4 hits should pretty much wipe them) use Dashing Alacrity to chase down fleeing enemies, ranged fighters or mages who tend to run away at distance in battles before entering boss battles, don't forget to switch to the relics set that offer the needed resistance (example, Fire relics against Carnach) cast Dashing Alacrity before boss battles as well and spam Pelting Strikes until they die (Pelting Strikes will hit faster due to increased attack speed from Dashing Alacrity modification) after your Warding Energy shield gets depleted during a boss fight (or you get debuffed by certain bosses like The Harpy Queen or The White Griffin) cast Divine Protection shield to protect yourself best unique mount you can use: Exalted Warrior Sabertooth Tiger (-33,3% regeneration decrease to Exalted Warrior aspect) collect every dropped items from mobs (even the common ones), you will need lots of gold for constantly upgrading our weapons and gear 7. Pros and cons Pros extremely powerful against both single targets and groups fast and easy boss killing huge amounts of damage dealt in small periods of time both offensive and defensive build extremely tanky type of Seraphim Cons some players may find it boring and repetitive low versatility since it requires a certain play style very dependent on Battle Stance and Warding Energy buffs pure melee style can be a bit weak and slow without Dashing Alacrity and Pelting Strikes combat arts As a final word, I really hope this guide will help you in developing a really strong and fun to play type of Seraphim. Good luck and have fun wiping the lands of Ancaria!
Dual Wield hybrid Inquisitor build Greetings! After sharing my personal Seraphim guide on these forums, today I am back with a personal hybrid Inquisitor build that I want to share. As the title say, the following guide is a Dual Wield oriented style of Inquisitor, focused on a little bit of each one of his three aspects, Gruesome Inquisition, Astute Supremacy and Nefarious Netherworld. From the Gruesome Inquisition aspect, we will be using Callous Execution, Frenetic Fervor and Purifying Chastisement (buff) combat arts. From the Astute Supremacy aspect we'll be using Clustering Maelstrom, Zealous Doppelganger and Reverse Polarity (buff) combat arts, while from the last aspect, Nefarious Netherworld, we will be using only the Soul Reaver (buff). Here we go! 1. Skill build Level 2 - Tactics Lore (at least 75 points for mastery) - Our main 'melee' damage increase source. Very important skill which pumps up our weapon damage and chance for critical hits. Also allows further modifications to Gruesome Inquisition combat arts, Put points into Tactics Lore equal of to your character's level (or at least try to keep it close to so you can master it at level 75). Level 3 - Armor Lore (1/3 of your character's level or even 1/2 if you like a more 'tanky' style) - We already have one offensive skill, so it's time for a defensive one. Armor Lore improves resistance and diminish penalties for our equipment; also reduces regeneration time of our combat arts. This skill's penalty threshold should be around 15-20 levels higher than our character's level (for example, a level 60 Inquisitor should have no penalties wearing level 75 armors). This is because we'll use a lot of set or unique items. Level 5 - Gruesome Inquisition Focus (at least 75 points for mastery) - Reduces Gruesome Inquisition combat arts' regeneration time and allows further and faster modifications. Diminishes penalty levels as well. You should aim to keep this skill at 3/4 of your character's level for regeneration reduction of Callous Execution, Frenetic Fervor, but most important, Purifying Chastisement buff. Level 8 - Dual Wield (keep it around 1/3 of your character's level or, if you like to be more 'melee' oriented, 1/2 of your character's level) - As the name says, it enables the use of two one-handed (non-ranged) weapons at the same time as well as increasing attack speed and chance to hit with them. The penalty threshold should be 15 or even 20 levels higher than your current level (for example, a level 60 Inquisitor should have no penalties for weapons level 75 or lower). This is because we're gonna be using set and unique weapons as our artillery which mostly comes in way higher levels than ours. Level 12 - Astute Supremacy Focus (at least 75 points for mastery) - You're wondering why Focus and not Lore first? Well, our main objective for now is to reduce Clustering Maelstrom's (Zealous Doppelganger's too) regeneration as much as possible. Aim to keep it close to your character's level (or at least try to do it so you can master it by level 75) to maintain regeneration as low as possible, as well as modifying them. Level 18 - Nefarious Netherworld Focus (at least 75 points for mastery) - We won't need the Lore skill for this aspect since we'll only use Soul Reaver from it. You should keep this a bit lower than Gruesome Inquisition Focus and Astute Supremacy Focus skills since we're using this only for the Soul Reaver regeneration reduction and modifications. A 1/2 of your character's level ratio is enough. Level 25 - Concentration (1/4 of your character's level should be enough since we use this mainly for the 2 active buffs effect; if you prefer having 3 buffs more faster, you can keep a 1/3 ratio). We're taking Concentration at level 25 because we want a fully modified Purifying Chastisement buff before we use 2 buffs at the same time, so try to fully modify it by now. Even though we're not pumping up many points early on in this skill, it's an extremely important one because it allows the use of both Purifying Chastisement as well as Soul Reaver buffs at the same time. Level 35 - Astute Supremacy Lore (1/2 of your character's level should be enough) - By now, we should have some good levels into Clustering Maelstrom, so it's time to pump up its damage and casting speed. It also helps fastening modifications of our Astute Supremacy aspect combat arts. Level 50 - Constitution (a ratio of 1/3 of your character's level should be enough; you can keep a 1/3 ratio if you like a more 'tanky' approach) - Good skill to have for more health. Level 65 - Toughness (1/3 or 1/4 of your character's level) - Just like Constitution, Toughness is a good skill to have for more resistances. ***Other possible choices for the level 65 skill (instead of Toughness) can be: Combat Discipline (1/3 of your character's level; pick it if you like to focus more on combos rather than single combat arts since it improves both their damage and regeneration time; it also allows you to put up to 3 combat arts in a single combo) Ancient Magic (1/3 of your character's level; pick it if you prefer a more 'wizardry' approach of the character since it increases the damage dealt by your combat arts, especially by Clustering Maelstrom) Damage Lore (1/4 of your character's level; pick this if you'd like a more 'melee' approach of the character since it increases the chance to use your elemental damage secondary effect (Burn, Poison, Weaken, Freeze, Wound) more often) Bargaining (keep it equal to your character's level if you picked this and you want to fully benefit from it; you should add 2 points per level up until you match its level by your level and 1 point per level up afterwards) 1.1 Skill mastery order (personal preference) 1st mastery - Tactics Lore (for even more critical hit chance; more critical chance = more damage) 2nd mastery - Astute Supremacy Focus (for further decrease of regeneration time and penalty of Clustering Maelstrom and Zealous Doppelganger; or Reverse Polarity buff once we master Concentration too, so we can have 3 buffs) 3rd mastery - Gruesome Inquisition Focus (for further decrease of regeneration time and penalty of Callous Execution, Frenetic Fervor and Purifying Chastisement buff) 4th mastery - Astute Supremacy Lore (for even more damage dealt by Clustering Maelstrom and Zealous Doppelganger; or Reverse Polarity as well once we master Concentration too, when we can have 3 buffs) 5th mastery - Dual Wield (for chance to deal double hits; double hits = more damage if we're lucky enough) 6th mastery - Concentration (for further decrease of combat arts regeneration time and regeneration from buffs as well and also to be able to maintain 3 active buffs at the same time) 7th mastery - Nefarious Netherworld Focus (for further decrease of regeneration time and penalty of Soul Reaver) 8th mastery - Armor Lore (only for further reduce of penalties from our gear) 9th mastery - Constitution (to be able to increase health regeneration rate while in combat) 10th mastery - Toughness (for further resistance increase as well as "+Damage mitigation: All channels +X%" modifier, which sums up all other damage mitigation your character has) *If you didn't choose Toughness as your level 65 new skill, then the 10th mastery will be your skill chosen instead of Toughness; check the Skill build section for other possible choices as level 65 skill. 2. Combat arts and modifications (modify them in the same exact order as listed below) Gruesome Inquisition aspect 1. Callous Execution - A powerful blow or stab that deals heavy damage of a single target. Our main combat art against single target enemies where Clustering Maelstrom is nearly useless (if not completely useless). An ideal regeneration time of Callous Execution should be between 2 and 3 seconds. Modifications: Bleed - chance to inflict deep wounds (50% + 0,5% chance per level of Callous Execution) Lacerate - chance to inflict deep wounds that will decrease the base hitpoint value (19,8% + 0,2% per level of Callous Execution) Judgement - increases chance for critical hits (19,8% + 0,2% per level of Callous Execution) 2. Frenetic Fervor - Increases the attack speed and maximum weapon value of the Inquisitor. Very good synergy with the Soul Reaver buff, which increases our attack and defense values. Note that Frenetic Fervor is the only combat art or effect (if I'm not wrong) that increases the maximum attack speed cap from 150% to 170%, turning the melee Inquisitor a fearsome warrior! Modifications: Fanaticism - further increases the attack speed (14,8% + 0,2% per level of Frenetic Fervor with a 50% increase from the base value) Resolve - increases the attack value (40% + 10% per level of Frenetic Fervor) Relentless - increases the duration (33,3% increase) 3. Purifying Chastisement (buff) - The Inquisitor deals more damage when wounded; the more wounded, the more damage dealt, up to a maximum threshold. Kinda risky to use it at full potential, which is at 25% health remaining, but has an outstanding effect if used efficiently. Just be careful and always keep an eye out on your health bar if you don't want unnecessary deaths. Modifications: Purge/Mystic - increases inflicted fire/magic damage (18% + 2% per level of Purifying Chastisement) - Pure preferential modification, depending on your main damage used; I personally use the Mystic modification since I mostly use magic damage weapons (upgraded with Magic Pearls) due to Weaken effect. Eradicate - increases the chance for critical hits (9,9% + 0,1% per level of Purifying Chastisement) - I find this way useful that Merciless modification (increases the threshold for max effectiveness) because the critical hit chances are the same at every health percent rather that just when wounded. Hallow - adds more damage (18% + 2% per level of Purifying Chastisement for EACH DAMAGE TYPE) - A must have modification if you'd like to maximize the damage dealt. Astute Supremacy aspect 4. Clustering Maelstrom - Draws every enemy within the range and pulls them to the core, dealing physical damage. Our main combat art when facing groups of enemies. Ideal regeneration time should be between 3 or 3,5 seconds. Modifications: Chaos - opponents tumbling into others will inflict more damage (49,5% + 0,5% per level of Clustering Maelstrom) - I find this modification better than Gravitation since this deals way more damage if more enemies are pulled into the Maelstrom (the more enemies, the more damage is dealt). Vortex - increases the range of the Maelstrom (18,75% increase) - at least one Vortex modification should be taken due to Clustering Maelstrom's small area of effect without modifications. Vortex - increases the range of the Maelstrom (18,75% increase) - I personally take both Vortex modifications for a total of 37,50% area of effect increase, which means more enemies can be caught into (remember, the more enemies caught, the more damage dealt) 5. Zealous Doppelganger - One of the most powerful combat arts of the Inquisitor that allows you to create a perfect copy of your character to aid you in combat. One particular aspect of this spell is that when you die somehow, the clone will become the new Inquisitor (unfortunately, the survival bonus acquired is still lost). Modifications: Incentive - increases the Doppelganger's attack and defense values (25% + 5% per level of Zealous Doppelganger) Equal - the Doppelganger gains the aspect of Gruesome Inquisition (I find this modification better than the Domination one because we want a more offensive approach since we're using the Doppelganger mainly against bosses and we're fighting most of these bosses with Gruesome Inquisition combat arts such as Callous Execution) Determination - increases the lifespan of the Doppelganger (33,3% increase) - I prefer this modification rather than having the Doppelganger as a permanent buff since we're gonna be using this combat art to aid us in tough battles or against bosses and it's not needed all the time. Also, the Inquisitor already benefits from some really strong buffs such as Purifying Chastisement or Soul Reaver and waiting for Concentration mastery to use Doppelganger as a 3rd buff is a bit too much. 6. Reverse Polarity (buff) - A strong buff that grants the Inquisitor a chance to reflect ranged damage back to its source. Comes in handy as a 3rd buff later on in the game when we'll have Concentration mastery and way tougher opponents (starting from Gold difficulty onward). With the following modifications we'll have a chance to be protected against mainly all damage types. Modifications: Rebound - adds a chance to reflect magic damage (20% + 2% per level of Reverse Polarity) Counterblow - adds a chance to reflect close combat damage (20% + 2% per level of Reverse Polarity) Evade - increases the defense value (10 + 5 flat value increase per level of Reverse Polarity) Nefarious Netherworld aspect 7. Soul Reaver (buff) - Our main and most important buff we'll be using and at the same time, the only combat art used from the Nefarious Netherworld aspect. Basically, each slain enemy raises a soul that surrounds the Inquisitor, granting him increased attack and defense values for each soul while they're up. Very good synergy with Clustering Maelstrom for providing a large amount of souls. Modifications: Zealot - increases the lifespan of each soul (50% increase) - more souls, more attack and defense granted. Source - decreases the regeneration time of ALL Inquisitor's combat arts when souls are up (10% + 0,5% per level of Soul Reaver) - a must have modification for lower regeneration of your main combat arts Zealot - increases the lifespan of each soul (50% increase) - two Zealot modifications for a total of 100% increased lifespan, each soul lasting for 30 seconds; like I said, more souls, more attack and defense boost. 3. Attributes until we learn Concentration (level 25), all attribute points should go into Stamina (main regeneration decrease source until we find decent items) and Strength (to increase our melee damage and attack value) in a 60-40 ratio after level 25, start pumping up Strength and Vitality (for some health bonus) in a 70-30 ratio after level 50 (until 150) when you'll gain 2 attribute points to spend, ONE should always go into Strength and the other one is choice based; you can choose between Stamina, Vitality or Intelligence, depending on your need (I personally increase Vitality one level, then the next one I up Intelligence and so on, until level 70 where I always upgrade Intelligence along with Strength) after level 150 when you'll gain 3 attribute points to spend, TWO should always go into Intelligence (to be able to scale our spell damage better into the higher difficulty levels) and the other one into Strength 4. Weapons, equipment, jewelry and relics 4.1 Weapons try to have a weapon slot for each damage type (I personally use slot 1 as a main slot with magic damage weapons, slot 2 for fire, slot 3 for poison, slot 4 for ice and slot 5 for physical) try to use fire or magic damage weapons because of Purifying Chastisement Purge/Mystic modification weapon types are pure preferential (you can choose freely between swords or hafted weapons but don't combine them into the same slot) set and unique items (occasionally legendary) are the best weapons to use best effects and modifiers to use: +X Damage, +X% to the damage type you're using (or +X% physical damage to increase Clustering Maelstrom's damage) +X Attack, +X% Attack, +X% chance for critical hits, +X% chance for double hits, Combat arts regeneration decrease, Regeneration per hit or +X to Gruesome Inquisition or Astute Supremacy aspects (Lifeleech can be good too, but if you want to maximize the effect of Purifying Chastisement, I'd recommend not using it) 4.2. Equipment you can use both mixed set and unique items to wear or complete sets (I personally prefer full sets because they look more epic ) best set items to use Deylen's Power set for Astute Supremacy aspect bonuses, Dreadbringer set for bonus to enraged players (damage increase when wounded), making a good synergy with Purifying Chastisement buff, Ilgard's Judgment for Gruesome Inquisition aspect bonuses or The Judicator Community Patch set for a huge damage boost, damage over time mitigation, as well as a regeneration penalty from buffs reduction. best effects and modifiers to use on your equipment: +X Defense, +X% Defense, +X to Armor, +X% to Armor, Regeneration reduction for combat arts, Regeneration penalty from buffs decrease, +X to all skills, +X to all combat arts or some damage mitigation effects (damage of enraged players can be good too if you prefer to use it) 4.3 Jewelry effects and modifiers from the rings you wear can be pure preferential (though the best ones are these who helps our build like +X% physical damage for Clustering Maelstrom's damage, +X% magic damage (if you're using magic damage on your weapons and if you chose Mystic modification from Purifying Chastisement buff), +X% fire damage (if you're using fire damage on your weapons and if you chose Purge modification from Purifying Chastisement buff), +X% chance for critical hits, +X% chance for double hits or Regeneration per hit) like the rings, amulet's effects and modifiers are preferential as well (you can use some bonuses to resistance, armor, attack and/or defense boosts, +X to all skills, +X hitpoints, some regeneration reduction effects and even +X% experience per kill or +X% chance to find valuables for better gear with a bit of luck) you can freely socket any of the mentioned effects on your weapons and equipment, but if you want to keep your items, socket just one ring/amulet into your gear and fill the other slots (if the gear you use has more) with Blacksmith arts (Whet for your weapons and Anneal and/or Enhance to your equipment) 4.4 Relics use a relic slot for each of the following resistances: Poison, Fire and Ice have a main slot for a mixed resistance relics relic sets from the Community Patch are always good to have 5. Play style use Callous Execution combat art against single targets or fleeing enemies (mages and archers will hate it) gather large groups of enemies and watch them being torn apart by Clustering Maelstrom (will fill your souls from Soul Reaver as well, granting huge boosts to attack and defense) use Frenetic Fervor and Zealous Doppelganger before facing tough enemies or boss fights (otherwise try to keep them until you really need them due to their long regeneration time) try to avoid teleportation between locations if it's not really necessary because doing it will reset the souls count to 0 as I am a big fan of collecting all dropped items, I advise you to do the same since we'll be using lots of gold to upgrade our gear don't forget to switch between weapon damage types (since you should have all 5 of them because that's why we have 5 slots) and relic slots when needed (like using poison resistance relics against Poison Lord, fire resistance relics against Carnach or fire damage against Octagolamus) try to complete as many side quests as possible because we need some time to fully outline our build (also, the drops after completing them can be good too) Expert Touch option? I personally vote for using it since lower regeneration is always good to have and we aren't spamming both of Callous Execution and Clustering Maelstrom anyway (we're using each one of them based on the situation we're facing) 6. Pros and cons In the end of the guide, I'll show you both the pros and the cons of this build, because, like every aspect and individual thing or being in the real life, it has to present some advantages and disadvantages as well. So, if my build helped you or it will help you in any way, I'll be more than pleased knowing I could support you in this diverse and complex game. Pros very flexible build, good against both single enemies and groups huge amounts of damage dealt if used effectively almost invincible later in the game with lots of souls consumed (after Concentration mastery with all Reverse Polarity modifications it will be even more stronger) extremely good combat arts and buffs to choose from (for some players this can even be a disadvantage since we're limited to just 2 buffs since later on) powerful combat arts and buffs modifications diverse and fun to play type of Inquisitor lots of set and unique items that synergies with the build Cons slow start since it's dependent on a lot of modifications to combat arts and buffs boss killing might be a bit slow can require a certain play style since the Inquisitor has to be wounded to maximize the damage dealt mainly limited to only one damage type (fire or magic) due to Purge/Mystic modifications from the Purifying Chastisement buff (depending which one you chose) not advised for 'lazy' players since this play style requires a lot of APM (actions per minute)
298 downloadsThis is a modded scripts folder build and is meant to be extracted/copied/and,or pasted as such. With that said please make a back-up of your original Sacred2 Fallen Angel scripts folder before over writing with any modded 1st thank you. and yes they all attack. Basically graphed a Skeleton Warrior sk_kohorte Nether Allegiance buff spell to the end of a lot of circa Area buff spells. I left BFG, Vudu, Doppleganger buffs mostly alone for gameplay sake, with that said I strongly recommend against a permanent doppleganger as he will spawn a lot more minions; as you do; If you do try it, then you can always click on the buff bubble to destroy, & or re-summon. I modded script/.txt files: balance, creatures, spells. Camera shake is off; because every time for 4 Dragon pets would walk they would ground shake each1, which was making the game un-playable, and I have shrunk the Dragons also to 0.300000 to fit up to 4 onscreen. Enjoy>!... ps. make sure you download the closest version of SKWARVUDU.zip to your version of the game also, tyvm; in advance.; I have two now; One for v2.12 & one for v2.40 of the game. pss. I did not modify all of the scripts in the scripts folder; but a lil here & there in a bunch; so I just made sure, and atm, in 2014 seemed like the easy way to go; they are .zip folders so just make sure u save your current script folder from the game somewhere else in case you don't like; but I do very much; & I bet you will too; if you download, paste & copy?> I just saved mine to a different game save folder under documents in windows.> sacred2 saves, or something. psss. and if all of you like then kudos to my team; on that 4 month off season/ laid off season; put to good use.>?! The sakura demon; god power; inbred game spell I am also looking at modifying for the future; I have a couple of ideas of how to tame him; in my mind's eye?!>... 4 months; my brother & I put into the original modification of this Pet mod Acquisition!.> testing, checking; dbl. checking then re-checking again; triple checking; the script; & I even found a few mistakes in; mostly typos & un needed spaces. from the original that I corrected!.> Testing was the fun part; all parties; enjoyed!!!... so; I think you will too if you give it a free; try?!...>