Heroes Are Hard To Find

Fleetwood Mac, been listening to them all morning and this seemed sort of appropriate mainly because I have been running Redwillows Ruin a lot, Simply because of the number of treasure chest and it being mimic season.

If you haven’t play it enough to memorise it then the fact on average there are seven chests per run. Six that will always be there and always at least one bonus chest. If you play it without a rogue or artificer then the chest in the cave where spiders come out when you open it becomes very difficult.  Because of the number of chests in the 16 minutes it takes to run (for me as a melee) it becomes a go to in mimic season.

In the last run by my dagger cleric only 2 out of 7 chests, however it is easy to go back to and grind over the days. It seems to pay slightly better than the depth quests but that just be because I get lucky in Redwillows. There are few level 6 quests that I actually enjoy the way I enjoy this one. You can run it faster and not go for the bonuses or run it fast and avoid the caverns.

And once again I get distracted by an event rather than focus on the character I am suppose to be working on. Saying that I have the mimic cloak and some mirrors of glammering so nothing that I desperately want from the mimic event. I will save the tokens for next mimic event.

Now I am cutting back on the time playing for the next week and no blog so I am rested to focus on Masterminds of Sharn. I am guessing the twin crossbow is going to be fun but that will be part of an enhancement tree so will need to reincarnate someone to play that style.

GrouseKurik

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4 thoughts on “Heroes Are Hard To Find

  1. Good going for a quick blog piece! And love the pictures. Awesome cloak (goes with your hair color perfect, LOL) and your little Yarkity Yark (great name) ahhaha, his picture looks like it is on the back of the cloak!
    Looking forward to giving the run a go………………
    Fleetwood Mac is good for everything 😉

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