Wolfy/merc help? So, got my HC wolf into hell, all good. Then, unlike normal, I could barely handle their health increase. My Butcher's Pupil wasn't effective anymore! So, some stats: Lvl 75 Str/Dex/Ene: Base Vit: All AR: Nearly 7K Fury; 9k Fury with Enchant; ~170k+ with an Attack Shrine :grin: Somehow, I've managed (massive twinking) to be able to use an Ethereal Edge! The damage is great, but I've come to some weird problems. My merc (A2 Might) is shocking, and I can literally no longer afford to raise him! I'm wondering which would be better, as my health drops pretty quickly too. Nearly 6k drops to half way too quickly (my lifeleach isn't working at all anymore.) My damage is fine, but my health and my mercs doesn't seem adequate. I think my damage should be fine if I lost the merc. So, I'm wondering if maybe a Prayer or HF merc might be better? The prayer for the constant rejuvenating health, as I need 4+ pots to get to a reasonable amount of HP. The constant regen would be helpful, or do you think it won't be quick enough? The HF to take less damage. Merc Equip: Peasant Crown: +20 Vit Rockfleece: Dam reduced by 10% Spire of Honour: Damage I know he's got no lifeleach, but I seriously can't twink him anymore... I've used pretty much every thing I have on my wolfy, and my stash is full of life charms. Should I hunt for another Tal's helm or something with LL, or go with a different merc? On that note, how the [I want my mummy] do people get 10k life? Seriously, my charms are all pretty good, I've gone mad with Vit points, and all I've got left is to socket things with perfect rubies. :smiley: Would it be worth adding 5-10 to strength, and dropping 1-2 charms? I don't have many Str charms, but I don't think I need them anymore. What's the difference between putting 5 into strength, and using a large +life charm; compared to putting 5 into Vit and using a large +6 Str charm? (24 Lycantropy, 22 Oaksage - I think it's 8 hp per vit point or something, does anyone know this?) If you want to see my items, I'll show them, but I don't think it's needed. If you want to know something (like %LL or %ED, etc) I'll calculate it. I'm sure there was another question, but that'll do for now. :jig: Thanks for any tips, help, and opinions. Danke :thumbsup: Drystan.