upgrading silver sword
02.11.2011 @ 14:56 #4
Sorry for that.
02.11.2011 @ 15:06 #5
Some swords have hollow circles next to them in your inventory. Those can be upgraded permanently with runes limited to the number of hollow circles next to them. ›››
TW1, not TW2...
As Elysis said, you can upgrade silver swords by adding permanent runes. You need three runes to upgrade, and it may be a while before you get enough. The blacksmith will do the upgrade when you have the runes. You will also get the chance to replace the sword with better ones at different points in the game.
In the meantime, just use temporary runes to boost the effects.
02.11.2011 @ 18:25 #6
21.01.2012 @ 08:27 #7
one thing don't loot anything in the village until you do this.
23.02.2012 @ 21:11 #9
I agree for the most part, except for one case, and that is when you get three red meteorites early. I also don't think the armor you can buy is all that great, but YMMV.
All desire to shirk,
Shall during off hours exhibit his powers
To Madame Tussaud's wax-work.
[G&S, "A more humane Mikado"]
23.02.2012 @ 21:53 #10
Guy N said:
Well, I use metric system but
The armor is good mainly because there is not much to compare and you get the best one near the end.
Haven't actually tried should i spent money on the better armor. Might be the same thing that with swords, not worth it (Played only at medium difficulty).
23.02.2012 @ 22:07 #11
Most people like having a three-meteorite sword to face the Beast with. I don't know if the extra damage makes that much difference, or if it's just the confidence of knowing you're wielding a good sword.
A lot of people obsess about saving enough money to buy the Excellent Leather Jacket, but it isn't actually all that much better than your regular jacket. If you've got lots of orens and nothing to spend them on, go for it; otherwise, don't sweat it.
23.02.2012 @ 22:13 #12
A lot of people obsess about saving enough money to buy the Excellent Leather Jacket, but it isn't actually all that much better than your regular jacket. If you've got lots of orens and nothing to spend them on, go for it; otherwise, don't sweat it. ›››
Thought it might be so (the armor). I just have a thing for spikes on armor (plus the extra potion slot).