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T-hunter/dungeon picker build

Discussion in 'Player VS Monster' started by MANKRIK, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. AreYouKidden

    AreYouKidden Well-Known Member

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    I don't find hiding or stealth necessary on t-maps - have your daemon summoned, when the spawn pops, walk to the opposite side of your daemon, while provo'n the first two mobs, then pull up all the bars and provo the second two.. Level 5 maps are not a problem at all.

    GM Mage, Medi, Resist, Lockpicking, Carto, Music, 115 Provo.

    I've pulled off some level 6's, but the risks outweigh the gains at that point.
     
  2. lollo

    lollo Well-Known Member

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    Lvl 5 are the most you can do without multiclienting profitably.

    Lvl 6 are doable but it'll take you one hour
     
  3. shirtandpantsman

    shirtandpantsman Well-Known Member

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    **** GUYS IF YOU READ ANYTHING READ THIS ****

    if you shift + left click on the tmap it will bring up a context menu, choose dig up treasure and you can dig WHILE MOUNTED -

    all you do is run away on your mount when the mobs spawn and go hide somewhere or cast invis, then come back and pick them off one by one
     
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  4. Ludwig

    Ludwig Well-Known Member

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    Lockpicking
    Cartography
    Magery
    Meditation
    Musicianship
    Provocation
    Hiding

    Gives you a shot at hiding in that pixel-perfect moment where the chest spawn pops before aggro. Can solo level 4s and 5s with minimal help from other clients. Maybe drop meditation for stealth if you really want to run around dungeons all day....
     

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