Is conjuration worth it?

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User Info: Ritalinfiend

Ritalinfiend
3 years ago#1
I just got conjure dremora lord. He doesn't do much damage but since he's in the way I don't hit as often with my destruction spells. The fights take longer with him then without him. I don't have elemental potency yet. Should I get that and use atronachs instead?
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User Info: Nyxsin

Nyxsin
3 years ago#2
At higher levels the Atronach Thralls with Elemental Potency, are pretty sweet. They get stuck a lot though, and can often get in the way. Dragonborn has an "Augment" that allows your companions to take no damage from your attacks/spells. Id recommend that.
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User Info: Evil_Sandwich

Evil_Sandwich
3 years ago#3
Once you hit level 46 or higher Sanguine's Rose actually summons a more powerful version of Dremora Lord than the spell.

You can also use it to summon 2 at once with the Twin Souls perk.

User Info: DEV1ANTGAMER

DEV1ANTGAMER
3 years ago#4
Necromancy or don't even bother.
Actually... don't even bother with that. Just get the Atherial Crown, slap "The Ritual" stone on that, and keep re-equipping it for infinite ressurects (the day long cooldown resets every time you take the crown off) with no skill point or magika investment.

With Necromancy, when you fight a tough opponent you know they're at least gonna be tough ressurected.
With other summons... yeah... they stop being worth anything past level 35 or so. They die incredible fast, don't do much damage, and are a distraction at best.



Or better yet, invest in Illusion, like Necromancy it will turn tough enemies into tough allies, except now you don't even have to kill them first. Also it's kinda fun to RP a succubus and use your mind-controlling charms to make everyone fight to the death for you. Highly recommended you take stealth with this build though, and have a fallback combat skill like One-Handed or Destruction for enemies like Dragons that aren't susceptible to illusion. It's also good to memorize the ingredients for a "Fortify Illusion" potion, as even without alot of skill or perk investment in Alchemy those extra few levels the potion adds can be the difference between between hitting that level 50 Dragon Priest and Calming him for a backstab... or getting slaughtered when your spell fizzles.

User Info: The_nWjoe

The_nWjoe
3 years ago#5
Evil_Sandwich posted...
Once you hit level 46 or higher Sanguine's Rose actually summons a more powerful version of Dremora Lord than the spell.

You can also use it to summon 2 at once with the Twin Souls perk.


Does using staves build xp in the related schools of magic? Ex. will a staff of fireballs build up your destruction?

User Info: DEV1ANTGAMER

DEV1ANTGAMER
3 years ago#6
The_nWjoe posted...
Evil_Sandwich posted...
Once you hit level 46 or higher Sanguine's Rose actually summons a more powerful version of Dremora Lord than the spell.

You can also use it to summon 2 at once with the Twin Souls perk.


Does using staves build xp in the related schools of magic? Ex. will a staff of fireballs build up your destruction?



No, staves give no experience at all.

User Info: JMLSP

JMLSP
3 years ago#7
DEV1ANTGAMER posted...
The_nWjoe posted...
Evil_Sandwich posted...
Once you hit level 46 or higher Sanguine's Rose actually summons a more powerful version of Dremora Lord than the spell.

You can also use it to summon 2 at once with the Twin Souls perk.


Does using staves build xp in the related schools of magic? Ex. will a staff of fireballs build up your destruction?



No, staves give no experience at all.


Which IMO is kinda wrong...

User Info: Perma-n00b

Perma-n00b
3 years ago#8
2 Dremora Lords is almost broken. I usually cast them and focus on the enemies that they aren't engaged in. There aren't any enemies other than top tier dragons and a few unique boss battles that 2 dremoras can't solo two on one.

As for getting in your way, you just have to get used to manuevering behind enemies who are fighting your pets, its not hard it just takes getting used to.

User Info: PowerPuff

PowerPuff
3 years ago#9
Your dremora lord doesn't kill anything? Seriously? Because mine just about kills everything. Maybe u should get storm atronach.
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User Info: turn_based

turn_based
3 years ago#10
Lol at the thought of Dremora Lords not doing enough damage or dying to quickly.

I find summoning while playing on Legendary to be my equalizer, my enabler. Plus, um, Bound Bow and all that.

I perk the left and right side of the tree and have no intentions on resetting it.

I also trained Erik the Slayer with my summons, prior to giving him better equipment, (he also made for a good tester which I enjoyed, acting like a jedi master to him:)

Yeah, IMO, Conjuration is boss, as is Illusion. Makes playing Legendary less frustrating!
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