Help with Strat (in General)


AdminTal Destra [G6] December 11 2008 5:41 PM EST

I'm about to hire my 4th minion and I would like a good 3 minion RoE strategy so I can funnel all the Exp into the 4th to get him caught up.

Let me know your opinions/ideas.

Thanks again.

Kefeck [Demonic Serenity] December 11 2008 5:43 PM EST

I actually like your strat where it is right now.

AdminTal Destra [G6] December 11 2008 5:44 PM EST

I want to hire early so I don't have to pay huge later on

three4thsforsaken December 11 2008 5:57 PM EST

you don't have to hire :P. In fact, exp concentration something everyone is seeking right now. It'll probably be more Efficient to just keep growing (don't forget you'll be missing out on tat growth).

Also note that the reason hiring is so expensive later on is you get more exp from it. Unless your strat requires 4 minions, don't feel like you have to now.

PearsonTritonRaveshaw December 11 2008 6:01 PM EST

Shouldn't this go in the general forum? Anywho, I don't think you need a fourth minion, unless you plan to make it a tank or a mage, and even then it wouldn't be all that necessary.

AdminTal Destra [G6] December 11 2008 6:06 PM EST

Unless changemonth screws my strat im going with AS, AMF, GA/junc, AS

AdminTal Destra [G6] December 11 2008 8:58 PM EST

no one wants to help at all
say GA, Arch, AS, RoE?

Wizard'sFirstRule December 12 2008 1:47 AM EST

in that case I think RoS would do you more good then RoE. That strat does not need even XP distribution and the DM protection offered by RoS is very valuable.

three4thsforsaken December 12 2008 3:02 AM EST

if you're using a familiar it's the most important to grow the tat.

{EQ}Viperboy December 12 2008 4:05 AM EST

I agree, your strategy is actually pretty good right now. :)
Trust me stick with it, if you hire 4th minion you won't like it as much.
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