HURRAY! I KILLED THE EVIL YXUNOMEI ALL ALONE!
There lies the Marilith dead at the foot of my Ranger/Cleric.
Was quite a tough battle. But it took me only two attempts (My character didn't die on the first attempt though, I just left because I was in a un-strategic position in the first time.)
Nevertheless, this shall be memorable for me.
After returning to Kuldahar, I had to sell all the edged weapons which my R/C cannot use. And now, I have over 100,000 gold pieces! There's nothing decent in the stores as of yet, and I don't know what to do with so much gold... So I'll save it for the future. :D
It seems I get these badges just when I'm away from the Forums for a day or so. I still don't understand how I got over 70 likes in just a single day... It's very strange. I never get more than 10 or 15 reactions on regular days...
Well, so I started a solo playthrough with the good old Ranger/Cleric in IWD:EE, and I'm really enjoying it! I plan to complete each and every portion, kill each and every EVIL monster, and loot each and every chest (regardless of deadly traps), without avoiding a single region. Just cleared the Vale of Shadows now, and well, the R/C looks pretty powerful, especially considering the fact that he's already got all the XP alone. Currently, he's at about levels 7/7.
He's far better than the F/M/T solo that I'd started and left in the middle.
Exaltation (Level 3 Priest spell) is really POWERFUL! It saves you from all those nasty Stinking clouds that Skeletal mages love to summon, and a particular deadly non-disarmable Sleep-and-Summon Trap in the upper left wing of Kresselack's Tomb. (Yes, the Sarcophagus containing the Haste spell.)
Uhm... build? I'm sorry, but I didn't get that. Do you mean his ability scores, or something else?
I was thinking about posting some tidbits of my solo playthrough (this is my first solo ever that I plan to complete till the end) in the Playthroughs sub-forums. But well, then I thought, many people must have already soloed with a R/C, so not many would be interested in a solo completionist R/C playthrough of IWD:EE by an amateur player.
Besides, I must confess I added a Rabbit familiar for disarming the Traps, though it's true I haven't used him much as of yet. (You see, I dealt with that Sleep trap with Exaltation.)
I've found a cute Rabbit familiar (a bit more powerful than it's kind), who's now helping me to Disarm Traps. Finally, I can do something about those nasty traps without requiring to have the Thief class myself. I'm glad.
Casting Time: 3
AoE: 60 ft cone with 120-degree arc
Saving Throws: Special
Incantation: "Divinum Lumen Purgatio"
This spell causes a brilliant cone of light to stream forth from the hands of the caster. It deals both radiant and divine damage, causing (1d6+2) radiant damage and (1d4+2) divine damage per level of the caster, upto a maximum of (20d6 + 40) radiant and (20d4 + 40) divine damage at caster level 20. Living creatures can make a Saving throw vs. Spell for half damage. However, Undead creatures, demons and devils get no saving throw in this regard, and are additionally disintegrated irreversibly on a failed Save vs. Breath.
This spell will backfire on casters of EVIL Alignment.
I would love a thread like that! I just had an idea for a rather deviously tricky version of Dispel Magic. It would be in both Abjuration and Illusion schools. It would work just like a normal Dispel Magic, except that when it removes effects caused by enemies, it creates the illusion that these effects were not dispelled and are still in effect. Imagine believing that you are still protected by Stone Skins when, in reality, that protection was stripped from you!
I guess you mean the "Power Words" thread? However, that was limited to only Power Word spells, while the thread I created just two days back is for the creation of any kind of Arcane spell one's mind can conceive. You can check it out in the general discussions, and everyone is most welcome to post there! I'll hope to see you all there!
Oh, Thank you! Imagine my surprise when after coming back after three days, I see that I've suddenly got over a 100 likes in such a short time. Of course, that's because someone likes the Three-words-story a lot!