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Labyrinthe Forum _ Yellow Paper _ Winter barbarian 7 & 8

Posted by: Brucifer May 4 2016, 08:22 AM

Hiya gang

So finished winter barbarian and looking forward to a 7&8. Base class monk. Was thinking about dwarves locs, frostblade as uac innates and a cheeky heart of ice innate. Are there any other players out there with good 7&8 winter stuff that'd be willing to share? Is there owt else I'm missing that ppl could suggest?

Cheers in advance.

B

Posted by: fatteacher May 4 2016, 09:58 AM

I've got a statue form from lvl7 and it totally heals & stops ongoing effects at lvl8. I can buy 2 more of each and turn one retro once I reach table 11

Posted by: ChrisAndrews May 4 2016, 10:03 AM

QUOTE(Brucifer @ May 4 2016, 09:22 AM) *
Hiya gang

So finished winter barbarian and looking forward to a 7&8. Base class monk. Was thinking about dwarves locs, frostblade as uac innates and a cheeky heart of ice innate. Are there any other players out there with good 7&8 winter stuff that'd be willing to share? Is there owt else I'm missing that ppl could suggest?

Cheers in advance.

B


Post 8th a MR for my elf I have buy handbook innates for 8pts/mana and advanced innates for 12pts/mana. I'd probably try for that instead of putting in innate frostblade / heart of ice and then just buy those innates. I've also got pooling racial innates into mana which gives you a bit more flexability.



Posted by: Brucifer May 4 2016, 04:27 PM

Nice. Do you think I should limit such a thing to ice and frosty stuff or should I be looking at kind of a racial warlock type affair as Chris suggests?

Posted by: Leo May 4 2016, 04:59 PM

You can get warlock stuff from any old multiclass.
Do you have your healing sorted? As a fighty elf, 7 and 8 of you MR is where you'll get your cheeky totals from.

7th spend (x) affirms to act as a heal or (y) as a total
8th regain 1 used affirm per 15 minutes

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