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The Misadventures of Three Sorceress Archmages

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  1. Maltatai

    Maltatai IncGamers Member

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    This will be the tale of three sorceresses and their probably futile struggle against an untimely demise. Infrequently updated whenever I have time and attention to spare.
     
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    1. Concerning Archmages

    The archmage, also called tri-elementalist, refers to any sorceress build that includes attacking spells from all three skill trees. While it is a common practice to have a point in static field to weaken high life targets like act bosses, or use teleport to land a mercenary and sometimes the sorceress herself close by for a melee strike, actually spreading out the skill points among the three trees isn't. The obvious reason is that it is far easier to achieve high damage if you focus on one or two elements for your main attacks and rely on a mercenary aided by support skills and your equipment to deal with immune enemies. While the archmage can choose to focus more on one of her skills to be on par with a dual-tree sorceress, she will generally have main attacks that are weaker than those of her specialized colleagues. On the other hand, the archmage will always have a main attack ready that the current enemy is not immune to, and most often not particularly resistant to. This makes the archmage builds have a lot of potential but also require a great deal of knowledge of the sorceress skills and the vulnerabilities of particular monsters to be truly effective.

    Challenge accepted.

    The archmage is a particularly gear-dependant family of builds. A vast amount of skill charms and high end armor and weapons would be required to bring the under-leveled skills on par with dual tree sorceresses. Not to mention the fact that she still has to be able to survive all the dangers of Sanctuary, everything from extra fast undead dolls to lightning from gloomy creatures of the swamps. Un-freezable minotaurs long to smash her to tiny pieces and charging claw vipers can hardly wait for dinner to be served. In addition, since she has several maxed but unsynergized skills, her spellcasting will be mana-intensive and particularly uneconomical.

    Knowing this, one is not surprised to find that the relatively few known archmages of the single player forum are almost exclusively softcore and twinked characters, for obviously no sane player would choose an archmage as an untwinked hardcore character.

    As with single or dual tree sorceresses, the most popular mercenaries are town guards, serving either as a defender of a casting sorceress or a comrade-in-arms for the combative enchantresses. A small part of the sorceresses employ rogues or barbarians, while iron wolves are almost non-existent. The sorceresses teleport ability allows her to counter the more severe effects of town guards dim-wittedness, and both the auras and the combat abilities are of great help. For the archmage in particular, who will likely want to devote as much equipment as possible to increasing her skill levels and meager damage output, the arguments for making use of a resilient human wall to hide behind are overwhelming.

    Because no archmage in her right mind would ever think of hiring an iron wolf as her mercenary, would she?
     
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    2. The Infamous WWW

    Wilma, Wanja and Wilhelmina are three infamous students of the sorceress academy. They are ambitious, dedicated, organized and attentive. If they would ever turn those abilities towards something more productive than tormenting their instructors with pranks they would surely be a steady pillar of dependability for the Zann Esu to lean on but alas, such is not the case. Frustrated beyond belief, the ill liked and overly bureaucratic professor Theodora Tape (nicknamed "Red Tape" for her dependency on ineffective and needlessly formal forms) sends the three on an important and hopefully fatal quest to acquire quill rat quills to be used as pens. The quill rats have lately become rabidly aggressive and attack anyone on sight anyway. However, in order to be able to obtain the quills the hunter must not destroy the quill rats by magic or other things that would burn or melt everything to pieces. Conveniently, professor Tape also seems to have forgotten to inform the WWW of the fact that the moors close by where many quill rats dwell have become infested with foul dead rising from the ground.

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    Turning a deaf ear to the complaints of the WWW, professor Tape assigns them the task of clearing the moors from all walking dead as a project, suggesting that they learn some proper spells while they are at it. Either the three will put in some serious efforts to study or most likely not return, which both would please the professor. Either way, the WWW will be out of her way for the moment. Fuming, Wilma, Wanja and Wilhelmina discuss the situation. That is, they plot their revenge on professor Tape. Wilhelmina theorizes that the spell ice blast could be used to instantly freeze the bath water of the professor and an added bonus is that is deals substantial damage to enemies and freezes them, and could also melt their corpses so that undead can not rise again.

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    3. Concerning Skill Choices

    There are several ways to pick skills to focus in for an archmage. She might want to focus in only fast cast skills so that she can take full advantage of improved cast rate from her equipment, or only focus in skills with a cast delay so that she has almost no need for faster cast rate and can dedicate all equipment to skill levels and mana and so on. Both approaches make a lot of sense. Furthermore, she could choose skills that are as similar to one another as possible, so that she can use mostly the same tactics and playstyle no matter what damage type she delivers. Fireball and glacial spike is one example. The WWW will however take a mixed approach and each pick one fast cast spell, one area bombardment spell and one support spell with a longer duration that can be cast and deal damage over time while they do something else. In addition, they will use whatever one-point wonder spells that they have together with item charges and of course a great deal of footwork. Last but not least, each will hire a fellow mage of the flamboyantly garbed iron wolves to aid her and complement her skill choices to some extent. While built to be evenly matched each will have a couple of special strengths and aces up their sleeves.

    Wilma
    Iron Wolf: Fire
    Fast Cast Spell: Chain Lightning
    Bombardment: Blizzard
    Support Spell: Hydra
    Strengths and Weaknesses:
    Wilmas definite trump card are the hydras. Aside from being the best spell in the whole game because it SUMMONS DRAGONS, the hydras give her the ability to attack any non-immune enemy from beyond its range and from around corners. With the least powerful mercenary and lack of freezing her best option looks to be long range combat. When cornered, Wilma will be at her weakest but at least blizzard synergizes the freeze length of glacial spike which allows short time area freezing. Blizzard in itself is also very powerful against a small group of enemies and easy to use for long range bombardment. Blizzard is like the mortar of the cold skills while frozen orb is the canister shot. Chain lightning will be both the strongest and weakest component damage-wise. It can be boosted by faster cast rate and hit a ridiculous amount of enemies in ideal conditions. On the other hand those ideal conditions are rare and the casting animation is a bit long.

    Wanja
    Iron Wolf: Cold
    Fast Cast Spell: Lightning
    Bombardment: Frozen Orb
    Support Spell: Fire Wall
    Strengths and Weaknesses:
    Wanja mirrors Wilma in many ways but seems to be a more short-ranged version. She has the most powerful mercenary and together with the large area of effect from frozen orb the chilling and freezing will be her trump card. Fire wall has a huge damage potential and can be used to attack around corners but it will be notoriously difficult to use effectively against mobile enemies. As long as they can be frozen, her mercenary will likely ensure that they stay in one place long enough to be set on fire. Lightning is better than chain lightning against individual targets and tightly packed rows of enemies but lacks the devastating power against large spread out groups. Like Wilma, Wanjas great dread would be some extremely fast cold and fire immune enemy.

    Wilhelmina
    Iron Wolf: Lightning
    Fast Cast Spell: Glacial Spike
    Bombardment: Meteor
    Support Spell: Thunder Storm
    Strengths and Weaknesses:
    While Wilma and Wanja have many similarities, Wilhelmina sticks out with a cold fast cast spell and thunder storm as support. Glacial spike has a small round area of effect like fireball which can be better or worse than the lightning bolts depending on the situation although the casting animation is shorter which is very useful. And of course, lightning does not freeze the enemy in their place, nor does it synergize the freeze length of ice blast to dwarf any competitor in that field, and here is Wilhelminas trump card. If the enemy is immune to that and too fast, she can stay out of reach with teleport and wait for thunderstorm to pick them off, making her arguably the safest of the three. She also has the mercenary with greatest damage potential, complementing the thunder storm with fast lightning area attacks. Meteor will obviously work great if the enemy can be frozen long enough for it to fall into place. Otherwise it can still cause huge damage but the question is how successfully she can aim it against a mobile enemy.

    Since the sorceress is so focused on direct damage she has fewer one-point wonder skills and support skills than the other classes. The archmages will have to make use of all she can as well as skills from items if she can make room for it among all other properties that she requires from her equipment. These are likely to be the most important.
    • Teleport, the sorceress most game-changing ability. Unrestricted mobility as long as the mana bulb can handle it. The archmage is likely to use it a lot to stay out of harms way and get in the best firing position for her spells.
    • Static Field is the ultimate tool for disposing of act bosses even though it requires a dangerously short range. The rune word Memory, quite affordable with Lum as the highest rune, is of particular interest to potentially boost static field range to make it useful in many more situations.
    • Telekinesis can be cast rapidly and knock an enemy back but the knockback is unreliable. With lots of faster cast rate it could be an excellent tool to keep individual enemies pinned against a wall.
    • Ice blast, even when unsynergized, can be enough to keep the enemy frozen with a lot of fast casting and thus opens up for corpse control even if you deal damage mainly with another spell.
    • Energy Shield, even when uneconomical due to lacking telekinesis points, can be a life-saver.
    • Frozen armor, for no sorceress looks complete without it and the minor freezing might be enought o help the sorceress escape a second hit.
    • Lower Resist charges can obviously be of great value since there will be none immune to three damage types but quite possibly highly resistant to the third. It can spawn on staves, and an arch-angels staff with this suffix and some skill bonus from the staff itself is possible to buy and nothing to sneeze at.
    • Weaken charges, obtainable from the practical Smoke runeword or gloves, or a wand if one has to be that unstylish, is a very cheap way of increasing your survivability.
    • Corpse Explosion from the Black runeword makes for a huge damage bonus in the right situation and corpse control when enemies can't be frozen.
    • Grim Ward charges, which are pretty rare and something of a novelty, could be useful if the sorceress could find the space to reach one corpse in time and of course as corpse control of cold immunes.
    • Weapon damage and effects, while being a vulgar thing and not something the archmages really wish to lower themselves to if they can avoid it, can be quite important, especially to prevent enemy healing since the sorceress does not inflict poison damage. With no attack rating, something lowering enemy defense and preferably being fast and ranged would be preferable to stop the healing, or possibly slow the foe. A last resort for the truly desperate spellcaster.
     
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    As with your Amazons, this looks fantastic. A very challenging set of conditions but a patient player like yourself will probably be very well suited to having a wide variety of low damage spells rather than the other way around.

    I predict that Wanja will be your easiest Archmage, with Frozen Orb + Fire Wall already being a brutal combination (Although the lack of a proper tank will really hurt here - I predict lots of repositioning to try and force CI monsters to run lengthwise through the Fire Walls). Lightning is just icing on the cake to help speed the demise of dual immunes. I think Wilhelmina will be the most patience-trying due to the relatively low damage on two of the three spells combined with Meteor's hit-or-miss nature. Due to operator skill and game knowledge, I also predict that all 3 will make Guardian despite having no tanks.

    Looking forward to subsequent updates, and thanks for taking the time to make another one of these epic reads.
     
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    Hm, interesting prediction. I would have bet on the opposite and probably hold Wilhelmina to be the easiest. Slow damage dealer, but safe.

    I wil endeavour to build the iron wolves to be as sturdy as possible. I'll have to look into jewel properties and stock up on good resistance jewels and many-socket swords. An iron pelt, shaftstop or guardian angel wouldn't be out of place either of course.
     
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    4. Rogue Scouting

    The chilled screams echo across the sorceress academy, after which the villainous professor Theodora Tape sends the WWW on a field course in forestry and survival...or not...with the Rogue Scouts. Wilma, Wanja and Wilhelmina are less than enthusiastic but at least rogues are somewhat civilized and enchant their arrows with cold and ice. Two entire weeks without a comic book or a cup of hot chocolate for as far as the eye can see.

    The geology and climbing lessons has less than optimal results as climbing is apparently far less fascinating than trying to tear the cliff side down with telekinesis. Had she known, even professor Tape would surely have lamented the failure in this regard.

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    During the dark hours, valuable training exercises of nighttime navigation and orientation can take place. For the novice rogue scout, even finding the way back to the camp at night can be a daunting task well worth practicing for. The WWW does however have a novel take on the task and mark the way back with an easy to follow illuminated path next to the cozily burning shrubberies, lending anew meaning to the term "trailblazer".

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    When not avoiding or botching character-building outdoor exercises, the minds of the WWW are fervently at work with inventing a fitting way to exact their revenge on professor Tape. The darkness has given some inspiration. Perhaps it could be possible to knock out the professors lamps with a long range attack that is luminous enough to also momentarily blind her, after which she could be lured into all sorts of traps.
     
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    Splendid !!! So much looking forward to this :).
     
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    @Maltatai If you were using any sort of a tank, I would probably have the same prediction as you. You can afford slow battles of attrition much more easily with a decent tank. The thought process behind my prediction is that a lot of this will end up being 'run and gun' and at some point you need to have a decent gun!

    It will be really interesting to see how this works out though. I see lots of teleporting (in retreat) in your future!
     
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    5. Detention

    After having her lamps shot to pieces by lightning bolts and consequently stumbling out of her room disoriented, only to fall into the inconveniently placed bowl of wastes from the kitchens, professor Theodora Tape decides to take stern action and issue the WWW with detention, having to clean the dungeons from old crates, dust and feral skeletons left from the old quadrowizard exchange students from the Rathma cult. Wilma, Wanja and Wilhelmina immediately prepares their counterattack. Among their growing stashes of assets are detailed building plans for the academy. Nobody else has realized the potential for mayhem that these drawings have in the wrong hands and the WWW has undertaken huge efforts to produce accurate and detailed copies of all strategic areas. Of particular note are the locations of the sewers and drainage systems of the staff wing, which are situated above certain section of the dungeons.

    Using measuring equipment borrowed from the willingly and unknowingly contributing mathematics classroom the WWW is able to find the spots in the dungeons directly underneath certain key points of the sewage system closest to the drains and similar open parts. If a powerful fire would be lit alongside the sewer pipe and especially next to the drain areas, the WWW theorize that the heat could be enough to boil or at least heat the waste-filled water enough to render the staff wing utterly uninhabitable. It will however likely be a lengthy process and along with clearing out the skeletons take several days. Stocked with nicked food supplies and vast quantities of magazines, the WWW begin their vigil, seeing to it that the fires made from all the old crates and barrels never die down. Wanja has mastered a most ideally suited spell for the mission, the Fire Wall.

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    6. Mobs

    With the sorceress academy indefinitely closed for renovation the students have been sent to Lut Gholein for a hastily conjured field project course in comparative conjuration. With the lack of public school transportation available the main route is by caravan with Warrivs World-Encompassing Wayfaring, quickly dubbed the "false WWW" by the WWW. Unfortunately, the road is dangerous and everything from sparse demonic incursions to unwashed peasant mobs litter the way.

    In civilized areas the term "witch-hunt" is a derogatory dismissal of investigators paranoia and chasing of mere phantasms and insubstantial prejudice. In the rural backwaters that cover much of Sanctuary like the otherwordly Zerg creep or warcraftly undead blight, it is a favorite pastime taken most seriously.

    "A witch!"

    "A witch!"

    "Burn her!"

    "Buuurn her!"

    "Not you again... Listen, these are my passengers, travelling with my caravan through your...picturesque...lands. We will soon be out of your way, if you would just let us pass along the road."

    "We don't take kindly t' yerrr kind here!"

    "No, that is plain obvious. You don't take too kindly to anyone but yourselves here, you have made that transparent on many occasions. Fortunately, if you just let us part ways we won't be here anymore."

    "Burn the witches!"

    "Aye, burn them!"

    "Listen, how do you even know they are witches?"

    "She turned me into a NEWT!"

    "And me into a frog!"

    "And me into a pig..."

    "..."

    "I got better..."

    "Burn her anyway!"

    During this high point of the intellectual debate the WWW decides to join the constructive discussion.

    "ENOUGH! Will you hillbilly headholes get out of the way and go back to your pet worms and mud plantations or whatever it is you fleas do for fun, so we can get out of your stinking countryside where nobody would want to set foot even if they were paid to do so?"

    "The witch!"

    "The witch!"

    "Yes, we ARE witches, we are sorceresses of the Zann Esu, elementary. MAGIC IS MIGHT! Now get out of our way."

    "Burn her!"

    "You are practically begging for it now..."

    "ZAP!"

    "ZAP!"

    "ZAP!"

    "Ow! Wha's going on?"

    "That is the spell called static field. It is guaranteed to be non-lethal, but by now perhaps my light thwack with my staff won't be, so why not crawl back to your little slimy burrows under the local rotten logs, hmm?"

    "Uuuuuh..."

    "Bo!"

    "A witch! Run! Aaaaiiih!"

    The rest of the journey passes on without major interruptions having to be dealt with forcefully. Really, static field is such a useful little skill that any witch...sorceress...could find useful in some situation.

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    Build a bridge out of her!
     
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    7. Concerning Iron Wolves

    The weakest of the mercenaries in the eyes of most, the iron wolves offer quite the challenge for any employer wishing to use them as protection. In my opinion they do however possess three important qualities that a cunning player should be able to take advantage of.

    First, the iron wolves retreat gradually like the rogues and don't rush into enemy mobs like a madman like the barbarians or wander aimlessly like a confused sheep in the manner of a town guard. This behavior can in fact turn out to work very well with an employer who is a ranged combatant and wishes to whittle down the foe with a fighting retreat.

    Secondly, the iron wolves do not swing their swords. Why is this ludicrous habit an advantage? Since they never attack with the sword itself, they can dedicate the weapon slot to purely defensive purposes without ruining their attacking power as would be the case if they wielded the weapon. This effectively adds another armor slot.

    Thirdly, they are the only mercenary with a shield. While they do not block (which would have been tremendously nice and balanced them with their colleagues), a shield can never the less be a formidable asset.

    All in all, the WWW:s future companions must make use of their four armor slots instead of two to compensate for their low life and lack of combat abilities and gear effects that can cripple opponents. With no blocking available, the way to save their red clad hides will be mainly resistances, damage reduction and extra life. Let's take a closer look at what sort of equipment that could be available.

    Swords
    Hexfire is the blade for the fire mage, for the coolness factor.
    Crescent moon would be equally ideal for a lightning mage, with matching coolness factor.
    Lightsabre if one is that lucky.
    Djinn Slayer if it has two sockets and 6-7 absorption, if one is that lucky.
    Ginthers Rift if it rolls a high MDR.
    I should mention Silence too which would be ultimate, but lets be realistic about it.

    These are all interesting but mostly theoretical alternatives. Something far more relevant is the common dimensional blade. Dimensional blades can have six sockets, as can the rarer phase blade which is useless overkill. That means six jewels with all sorts of useful bonuses and potentially a Resistant Blade of Absurd Abjuration. At best, jewels can give the wearer the following survivability.

    Prefixes:
    All resistances +11-15 %.
    Resist one element +16-30 %.
    Suffixes:
    7% Faster Hit Recovery.
    +9-20 to life.

    Armor
    The Spirit Shroud frees the shield slot from having to be Rhyme while retaining CBF.
    Skin of the Vipermagi is sort of ideal for both offense and defense.
    The Iron Pelt has a solid mix of damage reduction.
    Smokes huge resistances will be very welcome for a mercenary too.
    Spirit Forge has two sockets and huge life.
    Duriels shell offers life, resistance and CBF.
    Shaftstop, being simply excellent.
    Guardian Angel if resistances are high enough to take advantage of it. A nearly elemental-immune companion would be awesome indeed.
    Natalyas shadow for the very lucky, life and three sockets.
    Tal Rashas Guardianship for the insanely lucky.
    Prudence, a mal rune is not completely out of the question
    Treachery and counting on fade triggering. Even without venom and attack speed it's well worth it for resistances and 15% DR, and not least the etheral look.
    Socketed armors of amicae, equivalent to one or two extra sol runes compared to a plain four socket armor.
    Sazabis whole set for huge life and endless coolness but again, let's be realistic.

    Helms
    Lore, easy to make.
    Rockstopper, a reliable mercenary helm.
    Blackhorns face, useful for sparky situations in any case.
    Vampire gaze if one is that lucky.
    Circlet of life everlasting/amicae.
    Chromatic/rare circlet for resistances.
    Socketed magic helms of amicae, equivalent to one or two extra sol runes compared to a plain three socketed helm.

    Shields
    Mosers blessed circle, resistances and sockets.
    Gerkes sanctuary, probably the ideal shield.
    Chromatic magic shield of amicae.
    Socketed magic shield of amicae.
    Possibly rare shield with resistances and sockets.
    Rhyme, easy to make and CBF is useful even for a decoy.
    Sanctuary if one is lucky with the runes.

    The employers will likely rely a lot on rune words, like memory staves and smoke armor, which is great for the iron wolves since they are much likelier to make use of magical or unique items. That leaves socketing from Larzuk to be spent on enhancing a unique or magical armor piece or two. Drill a hole in the iron pelt or two in a magical shield and pile up on damage reduction.

    Finally, what can be expected from all this? Assume that a normal monster deal 100 damage. The sorceress has cast the cheap weaken curse from her Smoke armor.
    The monster is left dealing 66 damage.
    The iron wolf has a 3 sol'd helmet + 4 sol'd armor + 2 sol runes in a socketed shield, with resistances covered by shield magic and weapon socketing, a not unreasonable low end mercenary gear.
    63 PDR in total.
    The monster deals 3 damage. Case closed.

    Now assume a mean monster dealing 200 damage.
    Weaken cast from Smoke leaves it dealing 132 damage.
    63 PDR in total.
    69 damage is inflicted. Ouch, but not catastrophic. The iron wolf can take a few hits before the employer needs to teleport.
     
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    I really enjoy how you’ve been breaking this one up! Keep up the good work. They’re fun to read!
     
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