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D(r)agon's Dogma - Dark Arisen

After finishing Witcher 3 GotY (too big for his own good, massive slog) I had choice to resume DD or start new game with DRMfree Two Worlds 2 with PotFF add-on. I chose DD because I need to pass time till new GMDX 9.0 get release.
I dropped it after beating that dragon from the intro (Grigori) and left massive hole in the city capitol. That's what you get for breaking the curse of Groundhog Dragon Day. Checked guide - only need to clear dungeon
Played as Fighter till lvl6? to gain feat that increase carry weight, most vital for all classes. My primal class is Ranger which got like one useful ranged skill that you spam nonstop and 2 useful melee skills that you activate sometimes. Gets repetitive fast but hey, it's Japanese game so they are repetitive.

NOW I remember why I dropped the game.
While AI is somewhat serviceable compared to most videogames - casting AI is abysmal. Enchanting your weapons to deal damage for enemy? Forget. About. It. Healing pawns with 25% HP left? Nah. I know it have deeper system behavior but come the hell on!
To deal with this problem I changed my class to the mage, right before the finale. Then grind for spells. Which is cool because spells in DD are amazing! I played videogames for long, long time but DD casting classes are amazing!
Two-handed pawn is terrible, constantly get unconscious and shout „tis was easy like pie", „barely worth the effort" which sounds funny considering the fact that I need to constantly rush and get him up.
Not even mages need my help as much as him.
Post edited July 07, 2017 by SpecShadow
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SpecShadow: D(r)agon's Dogma - Dark Arisen

I dropped it after beating that dragon from the intro (Grigori) and left massive hole in the city capitol. That's what you get for breaking the curse of Groundhog Dragon Day. Checked guide - only need to clear dungeon
Played as Fighter till lvl6? to gain feat that increase carry weight, most vital for all classes. My primal class is Ranger which got like one useful ranged skill that you spam nonstop and 2 useful melee skills that you activate sometimes. Gets repetitive fast but hey, it's Japanese game so they are repetitive.

NOW I remember why I dropped the game.
While AI is somewhat serviceable compared to most videogames - casting AI is abysmal. Enchanting your weapons to deal damage for enemy? Forget. About. It. Healing pawns with 25% HP left? Nah. I know it have deeper system behavior but come the hell on!
To deal with this problem I changed my class to the mage, right before the finale. Then grind for spells. Which is cool because spells in DD are amazing! I played videogames for long, long time but DD casting classes are amazing!
Two-handed pawn is terrible, constantly get unconscious and shout „tis was easy like pie", „barely worth the effort" which sounds funny considering the fact that I need to constantly rush and get him up.
Not even mages need my help as much as him.
I've completed game 3 times and found that a battle mage was the most fun fo rme. Great game.
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SpecShadow: D(r)agon's Dogma - Dark Arisen
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kai2: I've completed game 3 times and found that a battle mage was the most fun fo rme. Great game.
I tried Sorcerer but grinding new class in post-game stage where bosses wander free and basic enemies are replaced with stronger versions it was pure torture.
Ultimately switched to Arcane Archer which was nice (spells! and bows with homing arrows) and switched back to Ranger but replaced my Pawn behavior with Utilitarian to hope he finally help me with buffs....

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