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Celestial Fury enchantment

Is it possible to enchant Celestial Fury in order to upgrade it (+3 -> +4), so that we can use it in ToB against big bad bosses? I read somewhere it is possible to do something like that now thanks to the new patch.

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  • Lord_TansheronLord_Tansheron Posts: 3,815
    It's not. There are mods that allow for that (e.g. Item Upgrade) but not the stock game.

    Also, enchantment levels are a bit overrated. There are VERY few enemies that require +4 or higher, and those are usually immune to stun anyway so Celestial Fury isn't all that great against them to begin with.
    Aerakar
  • SomeSortSomeSort Posts: 587

    It's not. There are mods that allow for that (e.g. Item Upgrade) but not the stock game.

    Also, enchantment levels are a bit overrated. There are VERY few enemies that require +4 or higher, and those are usually immune to stun anyway so Celestial Fury isn't all that great against them to begin with.

    Very much this.

    Enemies who can't be hit by Celestial Fury are the two demiliches, one of the guys from the final seal of Watcher's Keep, the Demon Lord in the underdark (who no one actually fights), the Devil Shade from the deck of many things (who no one actually fights), and I think the Mariliths who come with Demogorgon (but not Demogorgon himself). Probably a couple others I'm forgetting, but this should be more or less it.

    The reason Celestial Fury starts lagging in ToB isn't because there are a half-dozen enemies it can't hit, it's because even the random low-level mooks start regularly making their save. Even with that, you get so many attacks per round that the stun will still trigger fine and Celestial Fury will remain an end-game viable weapon, albeit not quite the ubercheese it is during SoA.

    (If you really like the stun effect, Ixil's Spike spear is +6, so it can hit everything, and it also stuns on a failed save. But since its stun lasts for three rounds instead of one like Celestial Fury's, it's a lot easier to chain those stuns together before they wear off.)
    AerakarjohntylAndreaColombo
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