Tresset, you are banned. Effect immediately.
Skatan, this is what I did.
I engaged the dragon with a 13 level party armed to the teeth.
FIRST, you have to kill the minions, because you cannot focus on the dragon with their spells. In order to do that, I just turned on the Stealth mode and moved my party near the minions. I killed each of them.
THEN, I engaged the dragon. Please note that it has a very strong breath attack that heavily damage the NPCs. To avoid that, you must surround her (put one NPC in front of her, one on her left side, one to the right side and one on the back).
I cast a druid AOE spells that gives elemental protection to prevent too much damage from her breath attack. I also had Kana in my party - he buffed my NPCs a lot thanks to his magic.
I used the dragon ability that makes dragon weaker.
Blunt weapons work good. Do not waste time and energy with fire and electrical spells.
Aedan, thanks for the info. I tried Kana in the beginning but then felt that pure casters worked better, so ended up with Aloth, Harrvas (or whatever he was called, the druid) and the cleric guy with my own barbarian, Eder and Pallagina in the front. But at level 13, I guess that's after White march? I see you have at least two companions I can't even recognize or are they custom NPCs?
Indeed, I fought her after the White March. Those new NPCs are introduced by the expansion. They are very nice, especially Zahua the Monk!
I think that Kana is more helpful than Aloth - Kana can buff the party, while Aloth's offensive spells are pretty much useless against the dragon because of its resistances.
This song touches me more and more each time I hear it. I stumbled upon it by accident actually. It's so bittersweet. When I see the guy alone it almost makes me cry. When I see them together I feel warm and fuzzy.
I think the best motivation for me to start this would be... to watch and understand Fantaghirò in Italian. This series means so much to me. And to be able to understand it in its original language would be a huge motivation. It was Fantaghirò (and King's Quest 7 ) that made me fall in love and open up to the fantasy settings as a child.
Me, too Buttercheese, and I still love it to this day on :)
Anyway done. Ordered the Italian versions on amazon.it :D
Wow what an experience to go shopping on amazon in Italian. But much cheaper than the Italian version of Fantaghirò you can buy on amazon.de (shipping costs taken into account).
Woohooo Fantaghirò is on her way to me from Italy!!!