Hey there guys.
Been playing in Classic so far, plan to do all content except Mega Bosses. I've been enjoying this game so much.
I'm a roleplayer, I'm a Game Master and I came to CRPGs because I almost never get to be the player. The great majority of the CRPGs are quite hard for people like me who don't care about min-maxing, but I heard Pillars 2 was quite forgiving compared to other games of the same genre (I played PoE1, didn't really enjoy it).
It still itches that I know my characters COULD be better than they are, that there might be optimal choices. It keeps spinning around my head. Every time I'm playing and my full druid Tekehu feels useless in combat, I sigh. It's damn fun to play whatever I'm building him up to be but at the same time I notice that maybe I'm gimping myself...
How do I avoid making bad characters without becoming a min-maxer either? I'm not having a particularily tough time with the game (I've found some walls and spikes tho, like those ghost wizards in Poko Kohara), but I feel my characters get on risk more than I would expect them to.
Also, is it normal that at level 11the Hanging Sepulchers are horribly difficult? My journal says I should be able to tackle them but the enemies are insanely strong and stealth isn't proving to be very helpful there.