Harpagornis Posted March 18, 2016 Share Posted March 18, 2016 (edited) After „Noobers Revenge: A Level 1 Solo Challenge“ this is the another ultimate challenge for Pillars of Eternity. It consists of five basic rules: 1. Solo: Only use one character for the entire game. 2. PotD: Set the game difficulty to "Path of the Damned". 3. Naked: Don't use any items or equipment. 4. Till the end: Beat the Main Game + White March 1 & 2. 5. One way: You are not allowed to retrain your char.There are only a couple of execptions to play through the game: 1. You may use things like Camping Supply, Lock Pick, Hook, Prybar, Hammer and Chisel, Rope and Grapling Hook. 2. You may use plot/quest items for their plot/quest purposes. 3. You may use gold for quests, resting or buying the things named above. 4. You may use gold to build up your Stronghold.This challenge will try to cover Pillars of Eternity + White March 1 & 2. I dont know if its possible but why not trying it? The most important question is:Which class is most likely able to pull it off? My considerations so far:Rogue: Thanks to Shadowing Beyond he is able to get through many tricky situations where others would fail. Only downside: The lack of weapons and his melee limitation will hinder him hard later on.Monk: Monks are an interesting option as they are quite powerful even without equipment (as i showed in the Ascetic Monk Run). The question is: Are they flexible enough to handle any upcoming opposition without the help of summons?Wizard: Powerful spellcaster that are very flexibel. The big downside: As they rely on Spell Books you will have a hard time learning a good variety of spells. I havent played Wizards that much so my main question is: Which spells to take?Druid: Very flexible spells with tons of heavy CC and also a quite powerful melee option thanks to Spiritshift. Not to forget: They got Blights with immunities that are able to replace missing summons. Sounds good. Is it enough?Chanter: I have no clue as i never really played them. Are they an option?Cipher: Again i have no idea. Good or bad choice?Priest: So many buffs and interesting spells – is this maybe the way to go?Paladin, Barbarian, Figher: I fear all of them rely too much on equipment so i dont think they would stand a chance. I am mistaken? Ranger: Please - come on... Any tips & tricks are welcome. Thanks! Edited March 20, 2016 by Harpagornis PoE II: Druid Shifter: Evolution Mod Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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