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Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 16 at 9:48 am
Are there important foes (ie elpuri) that are not gas-immune? It would be fun to kill the mighty dark frog with a single sleeping gas grenade and an amulet of magic breath.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 16 at 9:20 am
I feel like having "traps" by the devs is really poor game design. It just encourages "ascension gear" more, unless you're a masochist.

I personally think a "meathead" run should be entirely possible without cheesing.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 16 at 9:17 am
You can also refill empty cans by praying to Mellis.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 16 at 9:02 am
An idea on spell-learning: reading scrolls that are similar to spells (i.e. teleport, immolation, taming(?)) should eventually grant you the ability to use that spell yourself (the time it takes would depend on Int, maybe Wis and/or Mana); unsure as to what hotkey you would use for the spells tab, though.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 16 at 9:00 am
Fun fact: you can tame the black market's guards. Since they're neutral by default, it's a great way of getting a master necromancer companion, or a strong golem without sacrificing an item.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 14 at 1:35 pm
Is there any way to prevent a siren from putting you to sleep? I'd say out of everything that's killed me, that's the most annoying. BESIDES JUST STANDING AWAY FROM IT
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 14 at 8:53 am
red_kangaroo wrote
Black market can be accessed after reading a map of black market. I have no idea why it won't appear when you reveal the map in wizmode, so I will check and try to fix it, but in the meantime try wishing for the map.

I feel like getting that map could be a high-level reward for Mellis.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 14 at 8:30 am
Also, unrelated but: a wand of striking and a decent golem is an easy way to kill a malevolent genie.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 14 at 8:27 am
TheMasterGear wrote
So what be the difference between them be? Have the smaller ones have lower volume and arm strength requirement, and the opposite for the bigger ones?

Yes, as the way short/long/bastard swords are.
Posted by MrMagolor, Oct 14 at 8:26 am
Aegis is always great though, I'm sure, given that it (apparently) has higher roundness, is made of arcanite, and offers resistances comparable to rings.