can a fire sorc be a decent MFer?

Sharaz

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can a fire sorc be a decent MFer?

i would like to do some Mfing with a sorc i have, and she has max fire bolt, fire ball, meteor, and mastery. of coruse, the other necessities too, one in the first cold armor, teleport, telek, static, etc.

im sitting here at work, and im thinking about what ill do with her when i get home. shes lvl 84, and shes sitting with no gear, but i wont have any trouble outfitting her to do MFing. i have a ton of 6% mfscs, skulders, 40% chanies, war travs, and the other usuals. but what i cant remember, is how many of the typical MF'd areas are fire resistant.

of course, ill need to build up her lvl 47 merc to a sustainable lvl and gear set, but can someone tell me if a fire sorc can be a viable MFer?
 

Epsilon Eyez

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Every bit as viable as Blizzard or FO/CL, the only real trouble is Baal's throne room, the last group of monsters are fire immune. Countess, who is fire immune as well, is easy picking for Static Field and a merc. And sometimes, Pindle and Eldritch are immune to fire, but then again they sometimes are immune to cold or lightning.
 

RetroStar

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My friend has a FireBall/Meteor Mfer. He does quite well but doesn't kill as fast as Blizzard IMO.
 

txmielnik

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With a good merc and static on your Fire MF sorc you can kill Meph in less than 10 secs. The hardest thing is getting to him.
 

Spiona

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Epsilon Eyez said:
Every bit as viable as Blizzard or FO/CL, the only real trouble is Baal's throne room, the last group of monsters are fire immune. Countess, who is fire immune as well, is easy picking for Static Field and a merc. And sometimes, Pindle and Eldritch are immune to fire, but then again they sometimes are immune to cold or lightning.
You are talking real **** here,

Countess is imune to cold, standard.
 

Epsilon Eyez

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Countess, who is fire immune as well, is easy picking for Static Field and a merc. And sometimes, Pindle and Eldritch are immune to fire, but then again "they" sometimes are immune to cold or lightning.
The "they" is referring to Pindle and Eldritch. The two sentences are separate and the "they" in that sentence did not mean to include Countess. Maybe my grammar is wrong, but I'll just leave it that way anyhow.

The mistake is that Eldritch is standard immune to cold.
 
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