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  1. My bad, you were talking about disengagement attack and I talked about break engagement only. When I use it, I got wounds for Parting Sorrow. It breaks engagement, but doesn’t trigger disengagement attack. Or I may just confused it all and be wrong.
  2. For me is pointless to do a melee sorcerer and don’t use spiritshift. The Druid doesn’t have any martial ability that worths this combination.
  3. I started a solo run with a shifter/BM, it’s a great combo. If you want to go melee, you can cast your Wizard buffs, and then shift. As a shifter, you can shift 5 times per fight, so even if you still didn’t get Wall of Draining it’s a good time. And there is no penalty if you don’t shift. If you want to cast spells while shifted, take a look at the Thundercat build
  4. After the “Things @Boeroerlikes”, lest go with the Things @Not So Clever Hound Likes: Wall of Draining
  5. Played a bit with this Tempest, and I don’t know what I think for sure. It’s a good build, cleared the digsite without problem, but I think he can’t be a main tank. Tomorrow I will play more and see how it performs.
  6. I will try a Furyshaper/Shifter. I guess will be better low a bit RES instead CON to put more points into MIG. DEX with the ward and frenzy buffs I guess won’t be a problem.
  7. Thanks for the good answers as always. The fighter was my first choice mostly because the engagement slots, I am not used to tank in a group an I was afraid of letting go the enemies, the engagement system is a bit confuse to me. I never thought about a barb to do a tank, I will take a look at it. Another class that I am considering is a Stalker.
  8. Some questions: The Animal form doesn’t have good defenses, is worth I max resolve it is better if I put more points into MIG? Since the Fighter has armored grace and is able to reduce the armor recovery time, isn’t wasted the animal form? I mean, there is no advantage in take this combination ? Paladins could be a better choice due to his increased AR like @Boeroer said, but they can’t engage enemies enough to be a main tank.
  9. Hello. I gave a break on the solo run and will try go with the party for now. I did an Unbroken/Shifter because the engagement bonus from the fighter (Unbroken + Stance), and this is the stats: MIG 5. CON 19. DEX 10. PER 15. INT 20. RES 21. Is a pure tank, but able to cast some buffs/debuffs with the Druid before shift. What do you think about it?
  10. I played a bit more with the Shifter Bloodmage. I agree with @Boeroer that he misses more martial abilities, but in the end of the day he is with more pros than cons. It is a very well balanced build, good healing, and offer me the flexibility to choose how I want to deal with the encounters. Question: Spirit Shiels stacks with Woodskin?
  11. Well, now you renewed my interest in continue using the Sorcerer. I was about to give up on him, but I have a new perspective now…
  12. True, rogue it’s a good combination. And with all the dots and afflictions, it will be very close to World of Warcraft Feral Druid. Last question (for now): What happens if I vanish while the dots are still actives?
  13. My problem with FF monks is that I always put lots of points in RES to lower the curse duration, and then I have to lower another atributes. In some cases I can do a balanced build, but in this case that Druids needs all atributes I don’t know how to spread them
  14. Some more questions : If I cast Nature’s Terror, and then shift, the spell continues or is canceled? An Assassin/Shifter can shift from stealth? I mean in a solo try. Also talking about solo, if I want to try a monk, is the Helwalker too squishy? Even if combined with Druid HoTs and animal form?
  15. Indeed, this is a great surprise. Things that we know @Boeroer loves: Willbreaker Phantom Willbreaker+Phantom
  16. Well, I insisted and played a bit more with Shifter/Bloodmage. It seems an odd combination, but when the pieces are put together, he is being a blast. I am starting fights with Nature’s Mark. Then I am using Large Shield while I buff (Spirit Shield, Fleet Feet, Vital Essence) and the enemies come closer. Then I cast Touch of Rot/Chillfog/Combusting Wounds, and finally shift. I stil can use the Druid healing spells, or if is an emergency I cancel/change form.
  17. Played some hours with a shifter/monk and a shifter/Wizard, but it wasn’t like I expected. I like the Druid offensive spells, and with the shifter I am too much melee oriented. And I really miss the weapon and armor while shifted, I think it’s a fun part of the gane you find a good weapon that combines with your build.
  18. Hello everyone , I am playing solo with the Thundercat build from @Not So Clever Hound, and he is really great. Then I had the idea to go with a Bear instead the Cat, to do a more tanky build, but until I got WoD the duration of the shift is too short, and then it’s a bit pointless to lose the cat speed buff , since I can just cast Spirit Shield and have high AR anyway. And if I go with a Shifter? It wouldn’t be a good combination with Wizard because I can’t cast while shifted. If I use the wizards buffs before shift I think it will be a waste of the other spells. Shifter + Rogue? Won’t be able to extend the shift, but I can pass almost entire fight using all shift forms, and have the good damage abilities from rogue Shifter + Barbarian? Able to heal the frenzy’s self damage and good damage from barbarian too Shifter + Paladin? I think the Goldpact buff with the shifter forms and zero recovery would be a great tank, and with all the paladin defense bonus would be a win/win I guess. Don’t know about a solo run with this anyway. Please, give me your thoughts about this, and if anyother class have better synergy . Thanks
  19. https://fextralife.com/pillars-of-eternity-2-deadfire-builds-guide-cleric/ Maybe this interest you
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