Dillame

AuthorTopic: Dillame
Apprentice
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Is it possible to wipe out a entire shaper town im a lv.26 Fighter.
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I really wouldn't recommend it, but you can always try.

[ Saturday, February 24, 2007 16:49: Message edited by: Cryptozoology ]

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The Empire Always Loses: This Time For Sure!
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Infiltrator
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That might be difficult, considering all the war tralls walking the streets. Besides, if you do you can no longer trade in research notes to that guy in the inn, and I don't think there is anything special in particular to be earned from doing so other than items in the buildings in plain view of npcs that are marked as not yours.

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Law Bringer
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You probably aren't powerful enough yet to do Dillame. By the end of Burwood you should be able to do so, and you can practice on Poryphra Ruins.
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Shaper
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Have you liquidated Dillame before, Randomizer? How does it compare on the difficulty level...as hard or harder than Poryphyra as you imply?

I will probably attempt it with my Infiltrator before the game is over...in the interest of new challenges and maximal experience points.

-S-

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Shock Trooper
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But er... I am a rebel, I go to that town every now and then to sell stuff, they *accept* me. But I am not sure that if I press the "f" key to start a fight they will turn "red", my guess is that they will still be in green and therefore I can't attack them even if I wanted to, am I wrong?

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"Inspiration comes from hard work" -Charles Baudelaire.
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Infiltrator
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quote:
Originally written by Marcelo:

But er... I am a rebel, I go to that town every now and then to sell stuff, they *accept* me. But I am not sure that if I press the "f" key to start a fight they will turn "red", my guess is that they will still be in green and therefore I can't attack them even if I wanted to, am I wrong?
If you really wanted to pick a fight, you could force-attack someone.
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Shaper
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Yes, and if you haven't done that before, once you enter fight mode after pressing 'f,' look for the button at the bottom of your screen that has a knife on it. If you here press TAB, it is the button that is labeled "attack." Press that button and then the target of your choice, and you have started a whole new war with formerly friendly folk. You devil, you.

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Law Bringer
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You could also just start taking things that aren't yours until they attack you. Then claim they started it.

—Alorael, who wonders if the game responds reasonably if you kill Alwan as soon as you reach Dillame, probably by cheating incessantly. Rebels in the safehouse should probably give you a pat on the back at the very least.
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Shaper
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Unfortunatly, no matter how much you cheat, you can not kill characters that are major parts of the storyline. Alwan, Greta, Miranda, and Crowley will not die until their destiny is upon them.

[ Saturday, February 24, 2007 22:51: Message edited by: Emperor Tullegolar ]

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Law Bringer
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I never tried to destroy any of the "friendly" towns, but Dillame looks to be easier than Poryphra Ruins in terms of the deadly shaper and guardian named characters. The creations are spread out so you should have time to recover before they can swarm. The guards shouldn't be any worse than the other Shaper areas and terror should keep them busy.
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Guardian
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Plus, there are easy shopkeepers and extras spaced out as well. The keep is easy enough after Alwan leaves.

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May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
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