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Re: Murkon: Rogue items
Posted By: macrinus7, on host
Date: Sunday, November 2, 2003, at 21:29:29
In Reply To: Re: Murkon: Rogue items posted by Demeech on Sunday, November 2, 2003, at 10:13:51:

> > > > I have a solo character right now who's looking for that same assassin item. He's been down there for a while. . . . And a Blade of Power as well.
> > >
> > > Is your solo character an assassin? I've noticed that characters hardly ever (possibly never) find the rarer of their own two items.
> > >
> > > My six-man all-assassin party each have a robe, but not the other item (which, given that their sole purpose is to trawl level 10 for rarities, seems impossible), whereas my solo wizard found all eleven items other than the buckler with monotonous regularity.
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> > > Steven
> >
> > Yes, an assassin -- and I don't think it's simply because he's an assassin that that one item is rare, but it might be. I always have trouble finding that, and didn't even know what the item was until my second party had been down in the dungeon for a while. I also very rarely find the second Rogue item with anybody.
> >
> > Ironically, my assassin already found the rarer Druid item a couple of times -- so at least he's rich.
> >
> > mac "and that's a good thing to be in Teralt" rinus7
> People- what is so special about Teralt? You can get to level 10 from Kaliti by fighting only like 5 extra monsters thanfrom Teralt if you teleport. And you won't have to worry about money. Your concern will only be to gain some more experience. I went to Teralt only once and I beat Murkon on my first try. There really is no point to Teralt.

Never said there *was* anything special about Teralt -- merely said that it was good to be rich if I was going to be down there. My character has enough gold by now to make it seem free anyway.

The only thing of note about Teralt is that the equipment shop pays a lot for some things. It's also convenient for a solo character who's trying not to pick up anything before hitting level 10.

I'm not overly concerned with experience by this point either. Got *lots* of that.

Really, if money's an issue, you could always come down from Perrinn -- I believe the inn there is free, and you also fight only a few more (easy) groups of monsters.

mac "all my characters are sharper than I am financially -- how annoying" rinus7

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