First of all, the volt gun I need for the gift in a quest, where are the parts I need? I have malachite and volt fruit but what are the last ones?
Secondly, I am level 54 and have yet to reach Harpuia, Is that level to high? If not, then what level should I be?
Side note. My Alchemist has the physical spells at lv 4/5, and they do insane damage to enemies that are asleep. Heres an example: Encounter 3 enemies (I believe 2 of them are those birds with the scythes and the 3rd is a rainbug) Blades does 300 to the 1st 2 and 280 to the bug, then next turn I put them all to sleep and use blades again. Critical hits on all for 1100-1300 damage. It seems sleeping enemies are given added weaknesses which singularity (or it's equivalent) can exploit which is pretty awesome. --- "You would make a far better ally than an enemy Lunus, choose your path carefully" -Rayne the Ninetales
Feels like when I post, I kill the topic or forum I'm on.
don't worry. i also feel like that when i post something. although,i know the answer to only the final question.
when an enemy is asleep, he takes around double damage from any source, so it's not a analysis/singularity thing. i dont have any experience with the physical spells, but as far as i've read, people say they aren't that good. i'd go for tier 2 spells and megido. --- Black-bearded Pirate that takes Cyanide every night so he can sleep.
Defender level 54 Shields Max Anti Fire/Volt/Ice Max Smite Max HP up 3 HP regen 1 Risk wall 2
Dark Hunter level 54 Str Up Max Whips 8 Climax Max Gag Max Viper bite Max Unbind 3 Antibind 2 Cuffs 1 Shackles 1
Medic level 54 I can't remember specifics but he has CPR Max Cure 2 lvl 2 Refresh 8 Party Refresh Max other healing skills but nothing better than salve or cure 2
Alchemist level 54 TP Up 5 Tec Up 10 Str Up 3 Volt Up 1 Phys Up Max Scavenge Max Volt 1 Analysis Max Megido Max Blades 4 Gravity 4 Piercing 3
Hexer level 54 I believe the rest are... Curses 7 Max? Scavenge Max Poison Max Torpor Max Sapping 1 Frailty 9 6? Dampen Max Revenge 3
Also megido doesn't seem to get extra damage on a sleeping enemy in addition the "Critical Hit" message when using spells only appears when hitting a weakness, which did not show up on an awake enemy, so those spells hit for ×4 damage. Does sleep make you weak against physical? I don't think it works for elemental magic. --- "You would make a far better ally than an enemy Lunus, choose your path carefully" -Rayne the Ninetales
It's easy enough to figure out how to get the Volt Gun from the FAQs here. Stickied thread: Unlock Requirements for ALL Items. -> Ctrl-F, Volt Gun -> 1 Wind Blade, 3 Malachite 2nd stickied thread: Board Faq -> Ctrl-F, Wind Blade -> Windsnip: Wind Blade (80%, Kill with Volt Element)
Assuming you already sold 3 pieces of malachite, all you need to do is kill Windsnips (80% chance you only have to kill one) with thunder attacks until one drops a wind blade; sell that and you're done. --- You try to run away. But there's no escape! The enemy tries to run away. But there's no escape!
Yes. As for Harpuia, she's one of the easiest bosses in the game... but maybe only if you have easy access to strong piercing attacks (in my case, I beat her in two turns with Richochet with a level 45 Gunner as my only real damage source), which I don't think you have. Still, Dominate and Gag should help a lot. Bring some Theriaca Bs. --- You try to run away. But there's no escape! The enemy tries to run away. But there's no escape!
Ok then, time to get piercing level 5 and frailty maxed and kick harpuias butt, and thanks for that info about the wind blade, it seems I had access to that conditional the whole time.
I completeley forgot about force skills, usually when I fight a boss I rest at the inn first, which resets the gauge. I haven't used a force skill since gashtor, yet I maxed ecstasy :/
It's wierd that people find the physical spells to be terrible, I find them rather useful (especially with sleep/frailty) it's just that you have to level them for the damage potential and the TP is prohibitive at the start, atleast it caps at 5. --- "You would make a far better ally than an enemy Lunus, choose your path carefully" -Rayne the Ninetales
Well, anything that relies on putting enemies to sleep means you have a way to put enemies to sleep, which is basicaly an auto-win button... --- You try to run away. But there's no escape! The enemy tries to run away. But there's no escape!