SamySamSamBoss2000 wrote:Ok, yes I have started that one. Funny thing is the second thing it asks you to do is go to fingals cave, which is where I'm at, so I wasn't sure that it was the main OW quest. What would you say about lixing and partners? Also I was looking at master grim and focus of the seer, and I'm kinda confused why people get the focus. 100vit and 100foc is essentially the same as 200foc, you just dump vit for foc if you have grim. There is a little more regen, but I don't see how it's worth an extra 100 to 150k. Would you get the focus over grim?
Small correction to your comments about the masters grim and focus of the seer.
Masters grimoire provides 100 health and 100 focus, however health and vitality are not the same thing. Health is to vitality what energy is to focus in that 1 vitality is 6 health and 1 focus is 6 energy. Thus the master grimoire gives 100 focus and the equivalent of 17 vitality.
The reason I would advise seer would be cost per stat point. Seer can be bought used for 250k, whereas grim is usually 150-160k. Seer is 200 focus, grim is 100.
Seer comes to 1250 gold per focus and grim is 1500 gold per focus.
Another investment that could be made would be to save for a dark grimoire of frost/flame from aggragoth (aka aggy). The cost of these varies server to server but I usually see them go for 50-150k and the stat for the dark version is 125 focus, 100 fire/Ice magic, and level 110 requirement, main hand slot.
For lixing, lixing gets boring (or so i’m told by many players
) but it does provide the quickest way to level up if you can afford the cost of it. Lixing loses its value if you need to stop between mobs to regen or heal, and as such restos and energy lixs are usually needed.
While the questline isn’t as quick as lixing, you make money doing it and don’t need to worry about rushing and thus can avoid extra costs. At the same time it’s reasonably quick and helps to guide newer players through the different zones of the game.