Question from griffinboy775

Asked: 11 months ago

How can I defeat the dreadmaster?

My MC is Lv. 21 with 120 Attack and 156 Defence. My Warrior is Lv. 21, has 168 Attack and 199 Defence. My Priest(My Healer) is Lv. 20,has 82 attack and 120 Defence with 152 Magic Mending. Finally, My thief is Lv. 20, has 121 Attack and 129 Defence.

Now, the main thing that is devastating is the "Double Trouble" attack. It is almost a OHKO on my healer and is incredibly frustrating since I rely on him to heal everyone while we attack.

Is there a place I can get better armour than what I have now? Or do I just need to go off and do something else to level up? Or is there something else I can do to beat him?

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At your current level, i'd be pretty shocked if you beat him. He's one of the tougher fygg bosses after you get your boat.

I do have a few suggestions that may help.
First, change your party's vocations around a bit and grind for points. That way you'll be able to buff your characters higher when you change back into whatever skills they use. Also, i'd change the thief into something a bit more damaging, such as a Martial artist, Warrior, or Gladiator. There's nothing wrong with the thief vocation in general, but it generally is used more for item stealing than damage dealing. Just putting that out there.

Second, up your gear. Personally, i like to grind up money in Gleeba's desert and buy the best weapons i can find during the story. It'll take a while, but for your situation it may prove useful. Also i'd recommend looking into Alchemizing. Self-created weapons and armor are more often better than those bought in the stores, but i've not really dealt in this area too much. There should be a link on this site that can provide you with a list of recipes that could prove helpful as well.

Third and finally, train up your party more. I'd advise grinding either in the Quarantomb and killing metal slimes, or in the cave north of Bloomingdale and killing metal medleys for experience. I don't really have a specific cap that i'd recommend given that i don't even bother to fight Dreadmaster until my party is mid thirties to low forties because of his difficulty, but if i had to make a limit i'd say around level 34-35 should be good enough.

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