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#31 Vaarkhan
I agree with Manaricelle.
I like seeing things improve as they are being used as opposed to general experience doing it for me. If I want to up my defenses, I ought to work on that to do so. If I need better potions, I better get to brewing. It also leaves the option to specialize in certain things before others come that far. Maybe one of my friends goes into potions, the other does enchanting, then they trade each other the good stuff. Stuff that is better than what they could get on their own.
It sort of creates a little "mini-economy" so to speak.
Of course that advantage is gone as soon as people start maxing skills out left and right.
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#32 BlkSabbath74
(12-22-2016, 04:47 PM)Vaarkhan Wrote: I agree with Manaricelle.
I like seeing things improve as they are being used as opposed to general experience doing it for me. If I want to up my defenses, I ought to work on that to do so. If I need better potions, I better get to brewing. It also leaves the option to specialize in certain things before others come that far. Maybe one of my friends goes into potions, the other does enchanting, then they trade each other the good stuff. Stuff that is better than what they could get on their own.
It sort of creates a little "mini-economy" so to speak.
Of course that advantage is gone as soon as people start maxing skills out left and right.

I love this idea, and I love that little Black Mage icon! Looks like the Tar Baby!
I skewered him where he sat and saw the startled expression on his face as the wound began to flame.

"Oh, basely done!" he cried. "I had hoped for better of thee!"

"This isn't exactly the Olympic Games," I said, brushing some sparks from my cloak.


- The Courts of Chaos, Roger Zelazny
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