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  1. I guess I just find Tanking boring. Rather make 2 characters that are both good at Attack and Defense, then one that is perfect at Defense and one that is excellent on Attack. Oh well, maybe fighter then.
  2. Intelligence makes a difference in your Aura sizes and the affective length of your commands. If it's to low they won't affect anybody. I have been playing a build like so Might: 12 Dex: 10 Con: 10 Per: 16 Int: 14 Res: 16 I have been using 2 handed weapons and heavier armor and feel very very tough. My models at int 14 are affecting even my ranged who atm are not to far back. His damage is fine and once I get a few more commands he will be a nice front line mele support. Pretty happy with him so far. So does this mean it is a good Paladin build? I don't care about aura
  3. So would this make a viable Paladin that doesn't Tank, but instead fights like a fighter but with better deflection and saves: Mig 18 (+3% dam, +3% Healing, +2 Fort) x8 Con 13 (+3% Endur/Hlth, +2 Fort) x3 Dex 17 (+3% Speed, +2 Reflex) x7 Per 10 (+3 Interr, +1 Deflect, +2 Reflex) x(0) Int 3 (+6% AoE, +5% duration, +1 Will) x(-7) Res 17 (+3 Conc, +1 Deflect +2 will) x7 - wears hvy armour - shield and weapon style not sure about yet. - avoids ally/radius affecting abilities/talents. - (auto)Faith and Conviction (with Deep Faith) - Flames
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  5. So at one point I am sure I saw the minimum graphics requirment was a 4850 HD ATI card, but I went to buy it on GoG and this is their minimum requirements: http://www.gog.com/game/pillars_of_eternity_champion_edition Minimum system requirements - Mac: OS X 10.7+ Processor: Intel Core i5-540M @ 2.53 GHz Memory: 4 GB RAM Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 6750M or NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M Hard Drive: 14GB free space My gaming system is a Windows 7 OS, i7 920 @ 2.66GHz, 4870 DK HD ATI, 6 GB of triple channel RAM, WD Black HDD. I am not sure how the i7-920 compares with an i5-540M, but I am
  6. Thanks for the feedback. Good to know about no physical copy of the game yet. I am just reviewing the extras that are offered with the different editions, and I think I might get the Champion Ed. but would like to get these as well if I could get them as add-ons (and is cheaper then the Royal Ed.): Digital Collector's Book PDF Digital Strategy Guide Can't tell if this is an option though. But what is the difference between getting the game through Steam v.s. Direct from http://buy.pillarsofeternity.com/ v.s. GoG? Are Steam editions cheaper? Is GoG the only one that provides DRM-f
  7. Sorry if this is a total noob question, but its been a long time since I played a modern PC game (still playing IWD / NWN). I have never used Steam, and just recently learned about GoG. So my quesitons are: Where is the best place to get PoE? What is the best "edition" of PoE to get? And can you get PoE at a retail store in Canada (and thus get a physical copy)? I would like to get a strategy guide for the game. Thanks, N.
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