Low level gear at Level 6 - Warrior

nativejim

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My gear on my main level 6 Warrior account has probably the worst weapon and armor and I still find myself losing in level 4-5 monster dungeons. I don't understand how I'm supposed to bank on money when I find myself buying healing pots to stay alive. It's a constant circle of not getting anywhere and getting shit XP.

Anyone have any suggestions

Also... It says on the forums or the wiki that I'm able to find an NPC to reset my points for cash. I fucked up in the beginning before I read some guides on placing my points and my skills.

Please help me. I love the game but Damn, I'm dying all the time.
 

Taurossilva

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nativejim":35maq9ek said:
My gear on my main level 6 Warrior account has probably the worst weapon and armor and I still find myself losing in level 4-5 monster dungeons. I don't understand how I'm supposed to bank on money when I find myself buying healing pots to stay alive. It's a constant circle of not getting anywhere and getting shit XP.

Anyone have any suggestions

Also... It says on the forums or the wiki that I'm able to find an NPC to reset my points for cash. I fucked up in the beginning before I read some guides on placing my points and my skills.

Please help me. I love the game but Damn, I'm dying all the time.
Unfortunately, you will need to be at abit of a higher level in order to gain access to the stat resetters. Also, they charge 2k+ gold to reset.

Share with us your current build: traits, skills, equipment so we can give you some advice on how to work with what you got.

What I did was, I'd go into the Lannegar mine as far as I can without using potions, just my restores. Loot what i can, get out, sell the stuff, rest, then start over. Also, pick up some orchids, they are worth only 2 gold a piece, but every little bit helps i find. If you can, take the job of escorting a guy up to Northern Blue mist, you can get some decent change from him.
Also, dont buy too many potions right away. Just buy 1 or 2 at a time. That should get you through most encounters in Lannegar. Have you rescurd the guy from the mine yet?
 

Sounkeng

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My recommendation is to start over. At this point you've learned a lot... But you haven't advanced so far that starting over will set you back too much.

However... If that's not an option than...

At lvl 6 I'm going to assume you completed most of the quests for and around Lannager...

If you haven't done it let go do the quest for Grisenda in Northern Bluemist... It's probably the most important early quest you can complete. Also... When you get in a bind run... Don't spend pots except when you need to ( boss fights and the like) it might make progress slower if you have to visit the same dungeon 3 or so times before you are strong enough to clear it... But it saves you precious money.

I also want.to.know more about your character and progress.
 

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Sounkeng":kx0dbevc said:
My recommendation is to start over. At this point you've learned a lot... But you haven't advanced so far that starting over will set you back too much.

+1 on this. Like most good RPGs, how well you do depends a lot on how you build your character, and the choices you make. If your stats are unbalanced, that can make life pretty impossible, and, like you're experiencing, frustrating.
There's nothing wrong in scrapping the first character you made. My first characters almost always get scrapped, so I can't start over once I understand how the game works, and where I want to take my character.

One more recommendation - you can also play a character on casual for your first attempt or two. That way, healing is less of a problem.

As for equipment - once you finish the Lannegar quests, you get a great weapon, at least for that stage of the game.
 

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My advise is to check the new player help and feedback thread. Its a sticky in the General forum. After that, check the wiki and get Grissenda!
 

nativejim

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Hey thanks guys for the replies. Honestly I wasnt expecting so much help but then again this game is badass and the forums seem somewhat active. Now seeing that i don't have to upload images to imgur(slow 2G data speeds) I can and will post pictures of my skills, traits, armor and the like.

I'm up to level 7 now and yes Ive done a lot of the main missions including a couple Tome Townhall Quests, Maybe one or two bounty missions, and the first main story missions to where I have the mysterious key. I've been working hard on this profile.

The only reason I don't want to start over is because the amount of work I've put Into the profile. The only part I regret is the placing of the traits and skill points. Ugh FML. Maybe I can make it work. I'll post pictures really really soon.

Also I've read a lot of the guides, tips and tricks, help and the wiki. I've read a lot of things on here so I'm getting a handle on how shit works. Pictures incoming in 5.
 

nativejim

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Traits are not bad. Skills, you have to choose if you want to go 1 handed or 2 handed. Given your traits and skills I think you'd do much better with a 1 handed weapon and a good shield, as you don't have 2H expert but you have shield expert. You'd tank damage much better with just an iron shield...
 

Dimidium

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David is right. 2H mastery is required for a warrior to succeed with two handed weapons.

Since you chose the sword and shield skill, Agility is your number one to focus on for a while since it adds 1 damage per attribute point while also adding 1 Armor per point too. Aim for a 5 Agility before adding more to other stats.

Giving these facts, next you should maybe check the wiki under weapons and find a decent one to obtain, and make sure it's Light.

After this, check the wiki for armor and obtain maybe a set of full chain mail, then save for a set of full plate mail.

Finally as I said before, get Grissenda. It's a simple quest that I can usually do at Level 5 since you only need to best one room. You might need a potion or two, but it's worth it for a companion who never truly dies.

Once you've done all this, youre going to be on firm ground to really kick some ass.
 

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