If anyone is ever in need of a mage with 300 alch and herb jsut ask. Or with any mage questions most i can answer.
BTW speced in arcane up to instant arcane explosion and evocation and then fire all the rest... ........why fire u ask....becuase when i get attacked by like 2 or 3 high lvl mobs i wanna be able to take them on. (mages arnt good when mobs get them by suprise) Yes mana is used faster but with all the water i want it doesnt bother me.
Pvp for a mage i dont have much to say except maybe a few things. alwyas helps to take down a runner with a frost spell first to slow them down and then take them out. Since i do pvp from time to time all my eqiptment it Int and Sta....screw spirit i can sit and drink when i have no mana...stamina might actually let me live long enough to get away. If im gunna die...im gunna die...spirit isnt going to stop that from happening...stamina will.
Last Edit: Jun 12, 2005 20:37:26 GMT -5 by Malthorn
Post by DeathtoDavid on Jul 29, 2005 18:55:32 GMT -5
That is an interesting strategy for your Mage. I'm only lvl 21, but I went the opposite way. I've been leaning on all my cold/chill effect spells because I want to try to keep my target(s) well away from me and smash them with enormous damage as they try to get close. Works well for melee types, other casters or distance fighters, I'm sure I'll have to change my strategy on them.
Rotten dont make me remind u of all the times u and i have dueled.....even when u attacked me jsut standing there in the middle of the Arena......i wiped u. Casters may be quishy but use their extreme squishyness to do major dmg.
Post by r0ttenheart on Sept 8, 2005 14:03:31 GMT -5
do u know how mad it makes me to think that any squishy caster thinks that they can overlook the rotten man?
pretty frigging mad
we will duel again and i may never be able to beat u but u will understand that when i swing my axe its to seperate heads from bodies, not in a state of panic but in rage, drooling at the thought of seeing my enemy broken and bloody before me, left to contemplate about the folly of dueling someone who obviously is at least partially disturbed