After the Mega-D nerf, this should be one of the next best methods to farm globals. Do Andrith Ruins on Elite difficulty and use a build with two Active Defenses – Unbreakable and Masterful Dodge in my case. Pop the Active Defenses to rush to Hyrg Coruscator quickly, then burn it down. As the video shows, Hyrg can be downed in 3min 30sec. That’s 18 G per run during Resource Hour with a 15% Smash buff. Accounting for loading times, 14-16 Hyrgs per Resource Hour should be reasonable, or approximately 250 G per hour without item boosts. Read more Champions Online – Resource Farming in Andrith Ruins
Simple looking enough quest. Enter district, kill mages. Enter sanctum, kill more mages. Enter bottom floor.
And then two shadowy elites show up. Whoa. Good thing I’m playing a Sorcerer.
Update 28th August: Updated with higher level skills for level 50 going into Veteran Levels.
My objective for my first character was simple. Have a solo levelling build that can both handle AoE situations and burn down single target targets fast.
Early on in the game, at around level 7 I did the Rites of the Queen quest. Fighting the boss there, I learned a few hard lessons about Elder Scrolls Online:
- Living halfway around the world from the server, I would never be able to dodge AoEs or block reliably, especially not in melee
- The game will throw you against lots of adds
- Skill points need to be spent wisely early on
- Medium armor is squishy!
At that point, I had a half-levelled Dual Wield build which lacked AoEs. Started levelling dual wield late on Starter Isle because the game doesn’t start you with two one-handers, so my character was lacking in abilities.
Eventually, I took that boss down using bow normal attacks, Crystal Shard and Mage’s Fury. It was terrible, and from that point I realized I needed both range and AoE to fall back on. That became the inspiration for using the bow as my second weapon for levelling.
So I walked into Halls of Torment without reading about it before going in, and I have to say being located on the opposite side of the world from the server made Lyris Doppleganger a lot harder than it should have been.
For one, Elder Scrolls Online’s controls aren’t exactly responsive to begin with. For another, the lag means where she’s facing and where she fires her fork attack can be very different angles. Third, dodging the fork itself is very difficult due to rubberbanding. Fourth, the balls didn’t seem to heal at long range for some reason. I had to kill them while standing close to get a heal. Suffice to say it took me a lot of tries to get this done.
Most of the games I play have been pretty quiet, so I thought I’d try The Elder Scrolls Online out. And then I fell through the floor. Read more The Elder Scrolls Online has many issues
Go to a huge circle on the map and look for 3 things out of dozens? I think I did a little too much of that in The Secret World :p
Anyway, here’s the location of the shops you need to find in The Real Foxbat
The vehicle patch finally hit! Here’s my initial impressions.
Don’t feel like doing the three-Alert Daily or Rampage of the day for Questionite? There’s a few other ways to get Questionite boxes at a decent rate.
Whiteout 4 is one of them – just run through 1-3 so you can clear part 4 and port to Millennium City at the end to avoid progressing to the next part.
Not one of the fastest Questionite runs, but one of the more fun – short, sweet, lots of baddies and no need to mess around with opening 11 crates. Also, cutscenes with explosions and “IT’S A TRAP!”
Two boxes in ~5 minutes.
Did this run with Mecha-Arisa because bubbles are really useful to avoid interrupts when opening doors or using terminals. See Mecha-Arisa’s full build here.
To start the Whiteout chain, just talk to Defender in Millennium City.
Update 21st August 2014: Changed with new information from the forums and stat testing.
I was asked how to keep DPS alive in Gravitar, and after looking around for a bit, it looks like there’s a tactics guide but no building/gearing guide, so I’ll be covering that here.
Just showing it’s possible to heal Frosty without an “optimal” healer build – look at Mecha-Arisa’s totally ghetto Concentration form!.
Gear and stats are shown at the end of the video. Read on for Mecha-Arisa’s build.