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- Developer: Triniti Interactive Limited
- Publisher: Triniti Interactive Limited
- Genre: Role-Playing
- Release Date: Nov 17, 2011
- ESRB: Not Set
- ▼ Other Platforms
Top 5 Enemy Types to Look Out For
1. Legendary Hero
It doesn't matter which kind, these guys are a type of their own. Whether it be Elite Fighter, Shaman, Berserker, whatever, unless you have a trick or tactic, these guys are definetly bad news.
Now these guys dont have much health and can be easily killed, but they get pretty annoying with those vine arrows and arrow rains. Every time you get stuck in those annoying vines, I bet you're thinking "Crap!" or "Sh*t!". Getting trapped in those vines exposes you to your other enemies, and it gets worse when a Summoner is around.
Dont you just hate them? They summon MORE enemies and BLAST YOU while you're being attacked by the enemies THEY SUMMON! These guys just add to the meaning of 'annoying.
The most basic of them all, the fighter has a sword and sometimes a shield or another weapon. They just like to run up to ya while you're busy and slash you over and over again, and chase you all around.
Now you might be thinking, 'Why would he put a cleric on the list!?' Well my friend, even though the Cleric cannot fight back, it does a lot of healing, and when you are attacking it, it heals itself, and then it heals itself again, and again, and again until you break out that ability and defeat it. And when you try to kill an enemy, the enemy gets healed! Really!?
Thanks for reading guys, and I hope this made you more aware of the different enemy types :) Happy slaying!
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