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  1. So, let's say I change my frontliners' builds - at least the tanky ones -, which would you advise to use? I'd like to play Kana with an estoc, Pallegina with a great sword, and keep Edér with sabre and shield, maybe give him a medium one instead of the large one he's currently using. The barbarian I think could keep his actual build with the great sword, he does amazing damages with Tidefall/Firebrand.
  2. So you say I should go with four frontline characters, and leave Durance and Aloth in the backline? Aldo I'd prefer to keep Edér as the main tank, I see Pallegina and Kana much better as off-tanks. Do you think that such composition would still work?
  3. Hello everyone. I am playing my first complete playthrough of the game with a party composed of a Barbarian Main Character, Aloth, Edér, Kana, Durance, and Pallegina. Right now Barb, Edér and Pallegina form my frontline, respectively occuping the roles of Melee DPS, Main Tank, and Off-tank, While the other party members form the backline, Durance as Support, Aloth as Ranged DPS/Controller, and Kana as general Utility. My question is: what kind of Phrases should I use with Kana, and in what combination? At this moment Kana has access to these Phrases: "At the Sight of their Comrades, their Hearts Grew Bold"; "Blessed Was Wengridh, Quickest of His Tribe"; "Come, Come Soft Winds of Death"; "Sure-Handed Ila Nocked Her Arrows with Speed"; "Dull the Edge, Blunt the Point"; "The Dragon Thrashed, The Dragon Wailed". How should I combine them? Also, should I bring Kana to the frontline to take advantage of his Chants? Thank you in advance for your answers.
  4. The priest would be built for the frontline? A "classic" melee priest? Because I like this idea. A backline made up of Cipher, Druid, and Ranger could be interesting, mainly because I'm not playing these classes in my normal playthrough.
  5. I'm taking in consideration the possibility of having a more "open" approach about classes, and don't limit the party build around the "classic core". That would give me a very wide range of options, building the team around the main character instead of building everything around four characters. Now the only question is: what kind of character would I like to play? Which class is absolutely needed in any functioning party? I'm thinking about priest or wizard, those two seem to be the most important party members of any party. Do you guys have any suggestion?
  6. Ok, so after hearing helpful tips from others on other platforms, I've decided to change the layout of the party a bit. Now it would look like this: Paladin Main Tank; Chanter Off-tank; Fighter Melee DPS; Priest Support; Rogue Ranged DPS; Wizard Ranged Controller. What do you think, could it work?
  7. Thanks MaxQuest, looks like a fine party that you have mentioned. Just one question: do you think it is possible to swap the druid for a paladin, bringing the wizard to the midline and making the paladin my main tank?
  8. Interesting, but I'd like to focus on the "classic core" composition of the party (fighter/priest/rogue/wizard) for my first PotD. I also don't really enjoy the idea of using a single class more than once. But thanks for your answer, it was interesting to know that at least three of my six future character could be a good choice for the party. Now let me ask: is there no chance at all that a party with a more "classic" composition could work in PotD?
  9. Ok, after hours of digging through guides and searching for builds I came up with this party configuration, which is still incomplete. Can you guys help me finishing this party?
  10. Hello everyone. This is my first post on this forum, I hope to find the help I need and maybe some interesting discussion. I was wondering how an optimal party of player-created mercenaries would look, something built to tackle the highest difficulties of the game (Expert Mode, Trial of Iron, Path of the Damned). I was thinking of creating a party which would look probably like this: Main Tank > Fighter; Off-tank > Chanter; Support > Priest; Ranged DPS 1 > Rogue; Ranged DPS 2 > Wizard; Ranged DPS 3 > Cipher. Problem is, I don't know how to build them. Can you help me build this party? Thank you in advance for your help. PS: I would like to keep the "classic core" of the party as it is (fighter-priest-rogue-wizard), but I'm open to discuss possible variations (I've heard that Paladins > Fighters as main tanks). Edit: if it's possible I would like to employ for this party six different classes; I don't really like the idea of having to rely on a party of characters all using the same class.
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