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n00b necro question(mage selection)

Discussion in 'Necromancer' started by shersman, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. shersman

    shersman IncGamers Member

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    n00b necro question(mage selection)

    is there any method to select which type of mage you summon from a corpse.

    if I want a fire mage, do I have to just summon them until I have fire mages?

    Thanks
    Steve
     
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    Pherdnut IncGamers Member

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    You can't pick which ones will summon but you can unsummon with that little symbol of a skull with an X over it. It's kind of a hassle but worth it to not have half your mages end up being poisoners which do less than a point of damage a second.
     
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    shersman IncGamers Member

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    ok, thats what I was afraid of

    yeah, basically trying to get rid of the poisoners, dont mind the other 3, since pretty low level now, 20, but rapidly climbing at about 5lvl/night
     
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    Pherdnut IncGamers Member

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    Ice mages do decent damage but you only need 1 or 2 since they all tend to shoot at the same target until it's dead anyway and fire and lightning do a lot more. I always leave one poisoner in for the prevent heal effect.
     
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    1 poison, 2-3 cold

    rest lightning/fire if can.

    lightning more random as you know, fire more fixed.
    Cold does about 60% of the damage fire does iirc but has the chilling effect.
     

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