arkanoide Posted March 19, 2016 Share Posted March 19, 2016 So, im new to PoE. Im loving the game. But - im not a big fan of full party and micromanaging 6 or more party members all the time. So i decided to try a solo run on Easy difficulty, from what ive read, on Easy there are less enemies so maybe it could work nicely for solo (was playing with full party on hard and didnt have too much trouble, got my way almost to act3, doing all quests possible, but like i said the micromanaging the whole party, pausing the game every second to check your members and give orders, especially when you are unfamiliar with the spells/skills - not a big fan, maybe ast some later point). My aim is to make the game challenging but not to the point that i will pull my hair out Im undecided here - i DONT like magic classes in RPGs, never liked, maybe some kind of shadowblade etc but never a wizard/mage type characters. I always play sneaky assassins/thiefs or archers. I dont like pure tanks with pitiful damage either, i like to dish out some good damage. So the choice here is obvious - Rogue or Ranger. What class will be better in soloing the game and both expansions? Easier, more fun? And the most important thing - i dont want to skip most fights/content and just get to the end credits, im doing this for fun and to complete the game not for the achievement. Im OK with skipping fights and come back to it later when im at higher level with better skills/gear etc, but i would like to do as much of the content as possible. Is there a ranger/rogue build that doesnt rely on end game skills/gear to fully develop? Im okay with builds that rely on specific gear that you can aquire quite early or mid game like the Persistance bow or Lead Splitter etc. The point is - i want to have fun from the early/mid game, not to drag the game almost to the end to get the skills/items that i need, when there is not more left to do in the game anyways Any help would be much appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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