Hard mode Balanced Arisen

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User Info: Zakat82

Zakat82
3 years ago#1
Wanted to know if these end game stats would be good for Hard mode End game (BBI, Everfall) + Online UR farming.

Base Class
Fighter
Level 10

Level 10 - 100
Fighter 10
Strider
Mage 20
Warrior 20
Ranger
Sorcerer 20
Mystic Knight 10
Assassin 10

Level 100 - 200
Remaining: 0
Fighter 20
Strider
Mage 20
Warrior 20
Ranger
Sorcerer 20
Mystic Knight 10
Assassin 10

Level: 200
Health 4350
Stamina 3040
Attack 516
Magick 518
Defense 417
Mag Def 378


Currently lvl 50 and i really don't know if it's the HP or Def / MagDef that's keeping me alive after those hard 1 hit attacks that drain my HP to about 2% and let me heal myself up so i thought i would just spread all stats equally as much as possible.

Atm, i am least dependant on Stamina since i always keep a bundle of Shrooms on me.

Any thoughts ?

Also, would these stats be good for a Assassin / MK build ?

Cheers !
PsN: Katakato
XBL: Katakato

User Info: MetalGearDogma

MetalGearDogma
3 years ago#2
I guess your level isn't high enough for BBI.
especially if you plan to go there on hard mode.


keep farming everfall and gear.

btw
switching to hard mode starts a new game plus.
Dragons Dogma Pawn: Yamato, Lvl 200, Strider (Dark Arisen)
PSN: FF7_Lissy

User Info: Zakat82

Zakat82
3 years ago#3
I started Hard from lvl 1, don't plan to switch back to Normal.
PsN: Katakato
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MetalGearDogma
3 years ago#4
Zakat82 posted...
I started Hard from lvl 1, don't plan to switch back to Normal.




really?
wow!
then you schould try ^^


assassin is a good choice. for everfall and BBI.
but its really important to take a mage or sorcerer pawn with you. some monsters on BBI cant be killed with physical attacks.
Dragons Dogma Pawn: Yamato, Lvl 200, Strider (Dark Arisen)
PSN: FF7_Lissy

User Info: Zakat82

Zakat82
3 years ago#5
I beat Vanilla DD on 360 but never played online so i knew the game and Normal was just too ET for me.

I died a LOT in Hard mode but when i broke lvl 30 it started to get easy again but i still get 1 shotted from time to time and loose 2h of gameplay cose i forget to save xD

Anyway, just wanted to know if i will have some problems playing a Balanced character in the End game on Hard or would a specialist (MinMax) be a better choice ?

Cheers !
PsN: Katakato
XBL: Katakato

User Info: Zakat82

Zakat82
3 years ago#6
I beat Vanilla DD on 360 but never played online so i knew the game and Normal was just too ET for me.

I died a LOT in Hard mode but when i broke lvl 30 it started to get easy again but i still get 1 shotted from time to time and loose 2h of gameplay cose i forget to save xD

Anyway, just wanted to know if i will have some problems playing a Balanced character in the End game on Hard or would a specialist (MinMax) be a better choice ?

Cheers !
PsN: Katakato
XBL: Katakato

User Info: MetalGearDogma

MetalGearDogma
3 years ago#7
I think the best choise is a balanced arisen.


but best thing is to try by yourself. there hard enemies in post game.
gransys is full of them.

the rest of your team can be min/max but I personally prefer balanced pawns.


the game must be a challenge. not extremely hard or too easy

^^

you will do it.
I'm sure XD
Dragons Dogma Pawn: Yamato, Lvl 200, Strider (Dark Arisen)
PSN: FF7_Lissy
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