Garrulous Glaahk RainbowDashRadical Posted May 14, 2013 Share Posted May 14, 2013 After playing a bit of geneforge 1 I've decided to skip all the way to geneforge 5, because I've been hearing its the best out of the series. So, before playing I did a bit of research on how to build up my warrior on these forums (Strategy Central Wooo! ). The I played the game on easy until I reached mera-tev and Astoria's castle. I'm gonna replay it this time. And i got a small hunch. At least skill tree wise. In the very beginning I will do nothing but raise my mechanics to 10 points (28 pts) and leadership to 8 (14 pts). That would cost me around 6 lvls in total (we include the 15 pts you get at the start of the game). By now, I should be at Rawal's Spire talking to people and grabbing the first few side quests. So, the next 4 lvls will be spent in getting my strength to lvl 8, and put a point or 2 in melee whenever I have a stray point. After that, I'll try to maximize melee to 10 or 11, and then maximize Quick Action. I calculated it all, and the all the costs combined together would add up to 18 lvls in total. Now I'm not really sure what point in the game I'll be at when I'm that level, but I assume somewhere in Mera-tev. I would already have the mechanics and leadership for the area, and by then there should be some items that can help me out other skills. Anyway, that's my plan. Give me your feedback on this please. And for a few questions. 1.) About what point in the game should I start seriously investing in Endurance? 2.) What's items should I start looking for in the beginning to craft a good "starter" set (gloves, baubles, leggings, weapons) for my warrior? 3.) What's the best weapon in the WhiteSpires/Mera-tev area? I want some that deals damage in the hundreds. 4.) Whose the cheapest trainer (and most accessible) in there Whitespires/Mera-tev area? 5.) When do I get an item that raises some of my magic skills? 6.) I want to be a meat-shield guardian who's brawn can pull hair of people's chest...do I still need creations? If so, what shaping circle should I focus on? Should I combine 2 shaping circles? Okay, I'm done for the questions for right now. I will probably have more later though...I'm just starting this game. Just because i played to Astoria, doesn't mean I looked around . I only really did some quests, and smashed my way through easy obsticles. I didn't really take time to explore entire areas/maps. So I know very little... Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. ~RainbowDash ("Aww, yeah!") Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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