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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Hunting again:questions about grinding

Posted by Lithuanian Friday November 11 2011 at 12:12AM
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Hunting day and some thoughts about it.

Player B is growing and growing and growing, it takes her 3 days to reach a new level. Earlier it was easy for me to help her, because I could still have a chance to fight against enemies. Now, when she reached my own level - it is becoming hard.

Tried some Blood SKulk village. Skulks in Istaria are a bit deformed human-like creatures, hostile to anyone and they do love attacking in groups. Blood skulks (some 84-87 lvl.) are dangerous, our Wiki describes that group fighting is certain death. I managed to kill some of them (3 or 4), picking one by one...but no trophies. Later, Player B flew up to me and she thought she would be able to fight with a group of skulks. I was killed immediately (few stuns, some hits - and fresh death point), she managed to call for her friend and kill some skulks.

Then Player B disconnected, I went to hunt my Marble golems, employing new tactic and having hard times with finding trophies. Fighting alone means you get more experience points, but levelling is too slow. Now, I do need some 400.000 xp points to next level. Killing one monster is approximately 5000 (one may be 4000, another - 6000)  points. So - 80 monsters to kill for one level and I have entire 3 levels to grow. So - 480 monsters to kill. Ok, some points will be obtained through trophies: only 400 monsters to kill.

This got me a bit sad. At some levels game offers too little enemies (like lvl.81-85) and most of them are too hard for starting levels. Later player is compensated for that, being offered at least 2 types of Golems (my favourite monsters) and/or Bees (they are possible to fight too). Player B has some friendly Player to aid her ("I will gather these trophies for Player B") and I even failed to find anyone to group with (while group hunting is much  much faster way to advance).

Player A once again used same ways of commanding and did not respond. I will always help any new player, but won't comply with orders (unless in group hunting I, as less experienced, am told what to do).

But - it may be just a temporaily mood. Istaria has so much to offer, maybe all that one needs is to see something except level number... writes:
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