I’m really dissapointed in Chaplain.
First reason is his stat gain bonus, 42.5% SPR what the point? No summons, no nukes to crit. It should be STR or INT.
Second reason is Aspergillium has really low damage now, because it’s still magic.
Third reason is Benatio, it really feels like someone forget to add another zero in duration of skill.
I’m really dissapointed in Chaplain.
Pro tip, put your butt into it and give the game as little options as possible…
also knowing your click timing is important, so keep attention to where your character teleport on the open on first attempt…
but for you Assassin Instant Acceleration is the teleport you always wanted
The only saving grace for Psycho’s is the CD is super low to make up for when it fails.
RIP bajllions of Oil-Tier-Value SP though when it fails.
Soon we’ll have to invade foreign countries to steal their Dilgele/Uosis.
that been said, I don’t see people on my farming maps so am happy
This is the original event description from KTOS.
As you can see within the red square, the character slot voucher costs 600 Re:build coins and below it reads that you’re limited to one purchase per team.
So I guess it will be limited to one purchase per team for us,too, since the other limitations are also in effect for us it seems (only 1 attribute point voucher, kTOS had one Nexon Cash voucher, which is equal to TP, instead,though, and probably only one skill reset potion)
2000 Fishes and enough salt to kill all the remaining fish on the pond…
But I DID IT…
and i got my 2nd Nukella yesterday
So I will get my second one in 2 month xD
summoning method for the skulls on Necromancer sucks! If you want to improve and introduce something new about the class, why do not you, IMC, consider changing the skulls summoning for 2 for each type (no overhits), or create a skill called “summon skull army”, that primarily would summon 2 of each skull once and end, period; or yet raise dead with 2 overhits bringing life to one of each skull type per overhit (once they’re all dead xD)?
I think that the Necromicon should have an extra tab that allows us to customizer our army. So basically all 3 summon skills are combined into this 1 skill called ‘Summon Skeleton Army’ and in the Necromicon we can customizer how many of each type of skeleton we want. For example, we can customizer to have 2 warrior, 2 archer and 1 mage for a balanced army or just 5 archer for a more single target focused army. Maybe allow us to register 3 different configurations and give us the option to choose 1/2/3 when Summon Army is used.
damn thats a really good idea lol
i would just make it summon all 5 and no OH like the old version, worked perfectly fine, but they changed it because they wanted people to mix and match, but their solution sucks(what we currently have now)
i guess making new UI and coding new skill interactions with the necronomicon is too much work
Yo boy. SPR is the best stat after all. Dex would also be fine. But not INT or STR.
It boosts only heal in my build, cuz aspergilium or last rites or any other skill that Chaplain has don’t CRIT so what the best in it? It doesn’t increases SP nor SP regen anymore.
This skill, conceal, is still essentially useless. It only hides stake stockades. Why not make it able to hide all traps? Would have been so nice as a scout (before rebuild) going around hiding traps.
I think the scout master even mentioned it once.
“Hides traps to conceal them from the enemy. The duration time may decrease depending on objects.
Keeps hidden traps concealed until they disappear.”
Well, almost 2 weeks into RE:Build and I re-evaluated lot’s of things
First of all - it’s not as party-oriented as I initially thought. Yes, it became harder (read - slower) to solo with lot’s of classes and builds, but you still can solo faceroll the content with certain characters. For some of them CM became much easier and faster - 6 min solo CM5 is a reality.
But the one thing that bothers me the most - the gap between new/middle tier players and veteran/high-tier players became much wider. Being the latter I do realize that players without legendary gear struggle. Or even a highly transed weapon. Leveling and simple main-content clearing became much harder for casual players. Even though I don’t have anything to complain due to having almost everything in terms of items, I do realize that not-so-hardcore players may find Re:Build being harsh. And not sure how it will affect the inflow of new players.
Yeah, the game was too easy. But lots of people geared up to the max while it was easy and now can stomp the hardened content, while others will suffer to even become strong enough to clear it decently.
Just my thoughts.
I agree on every single word… but being in the latter segment.
@Remiri, this is exactly what I was talking about in the SP usage thread.
Guys… stupid question, how do you reset the skill points in the base class (wizard, cleric… etc). Do I require a skill reset potion?
Edit: also what do you guys think about accumulating points for class change? Seems impossible since it resets every week…?
Yes, you do need a potion to reset those.
You could also switch to another base class and back again via the kupole event, but only do that if you haven’t already swapped to another base class, obviously.
You can only switch base classes once, and once back again to the first class per character.
Class Change System
- Players can change a single class they’ve advanced into by spending 1,000 class change points.
- Class change points are kept separately per character and they aren’t shared between characters of the same Team.
- The maximum amount of class change points that can be earned per week will be limited to 1,000 points.
- The weekly earned amount will be reset every Monday at 06:00, server time.
- The maximum amount of class change points that can be saved up per character is limited to 3,000.
- All class change points earned after 3,000 points will not be saved.
- Players will be able to earn class change points by participating in the following:
Login - 10 pts (guild members and Token users receive an additional 5 pts)
Fishing - 1 pt per succesful catch
Unique Raid - 20 pts
Legend Raid - 20 pts (Earth Tower will give players 5 pts for every 5th floor cleared)
Saalus Convent Mission - 15 pts
Mercenary Post Mission - 10 pts
Uphill Defense Mission - 10 pts
Level Dungeon - 10 pts
Daily Quest - 10 pts
I think what that means is that you can only get 1000 per week and the week resets on Mondays not that the points we got reset…