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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

great weekend in Istaria

Posted by Lithuanian Monday June 18 2012 at 2:30AM
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Weekend began with fighting to level 91 - my magic level, since I had many trophies for it. I killed golems again and again, untill I saw message "You have advanced to level 91 in Shaman school".

Then I went to Aughundell and exchanged everything I had into xp. Reached level 96 immediately, then took all remaining trophies - and thanks to them advanced to level 99, lacking only 400.000 xp points to level 100. And there one good player came and just gave me 20 trophies so that within one day I finished my Shaman school.

It was -as promised- a time to change. I went to level up my Carpenter and began my travels from Yew trees to plot with Expert structure, silos and vault. In one day, taking breaks for chatting and just watching TV, I finished my Carpenter.

I also began working on Player's T. plot in Bristugo, this time - tier 4 storage silos. Each one requires 80 maple braces, 80 maple timbers, 60 oak braces, 60 oak timbers, some 150 cobalt sheets and 90 jointings, some 150 steel sheets and joints, ~200 granite keystones and blocks. That is for one silo and there are 6 of them. Oh yes, my vault can hold a maximum of 60 construction stuff...

However, I was able to finish at least maple timber part and yesterday finished some 40% of maple bracers part.  It means more running from forest to structure with silos and vault. However, with steel and cobalt things would be easier: I will grow up my Armorer with them.

Aside from crafting there were some talks about multiclassing in our chat. That's the only feature Dragons cannot have.

And so the weekend ended. I am happy to finish yet another 2 schools. More schools, more adventures , more fun awaits me in Istaria.

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