Pretty much every single character in the game goes out of their way to avoid harmful surfaces, but not the Gwydian Rince. Make use of teleport if you need to! It works with at least 2 characters. After you choose to confront these Magisters, you will immediately receive some experience and the fight will begin. You can get the key for it when you talk to the women further left of these magisters. I then could fight the magisters without the oil blob critters spawning. You can drain all the dead enemies and have unlimited source.
This is the typical ai. Now tell me how your story ends. So I guess I got something out of it. Rince is the only ai so far I've seen that does this stupid pathing. Use often before starting the batlle ~ around the reachable area.
Hannag asks you to find her apprentice in return for helping you master source. Tell me what you do. The last spell is quite important since the Voidwakens deal magic damage. The Advocate and Almira definitely involve getting yourself into some morally-grey situations, but again in neither of those situations are you really hurting anyone by participating in their ritual or quest, you just kill Black Ring and Voidwoken. Miscellaneous Skills — Make targets Wet, which increases your Air Damage to them, and Stuns enemies who have already been Shocked or allows targets to become Stunned instead of Shocked. Completing this quest by siding with Owin will likely cause the guards at the gate to become hostile to you as well, if any of them move too close to the gatekeepers.
It's tough, but entirely beatable. The damage on this skill is also higher than all but which has a very small AoE. Divinity Original Sin 2 Builds - Frost Paladin Gameplay Showcase Commentary. I think converting the whole mess into holy fire early, when it covers the whole damned map, is step 1, and then when the holy fire inevitably burns out and more necrofire spreads again, then you strategically bless connecting patches of fire if need be and Rain it away at that point to keep the area drenched and clear. I still murder him and get jahans book. Silence as many enemies as you can so they are forced to attack into your high Dodge. .
Next you need about 8 cooking pots. Therefore you wont have to deal with the pesky voidlings if you find yourself having trouble on them. Stormchasers do devastating damage and Stun so many targets they can be a lot of fun to play. All Ai except those that are immune, stand outside of the fire. With your second character, stay somewhere so that your teleportation range reach Gwydian and then teleport him as far as you can.
With this strategy, I overcame this ridiculous fight. Phase 1 : Don't kill anyone, just let the Voidwaken jump on the platform. By the time you're geared well enough to survive that awful fight, what they give you isn't going to move the needle, really. I just babysat him with a healer and a ranged guy--any enemy in a position to cast Epidemic of Fire on him was in a world of hurt. This prevented certain previous storyline fixes to not be applied correctly. This was the longest fight yet for me, and now I don't even want the source point from Hannag, given how you are to acquire it lol. Another good choice for this Build is so that you can make use of the skill.
From here, you can either go straight to the gates and offer a Writ of Passage or pass a speech check to gain passage , or go to the burning house first recommended. Around the next turn, primordial oil voidlings will also show up, making things more complicated. Tell me what you do. There are definitely at least three other Source Masters you can go to whose rituals are less evil, even if they themselves are less intrinsically savoury than Hannag. I spent the entire fight sitting in Necrofire regenerating through Soothing Cold.
Now tell me how your story ends. If you don't have more action points - or haste skill etc - just ended this turn. I managed first time blind on Tact. Stormchasers should focus on Intelligence through out Act 1, only putting points into Memory as necessary. In any case, you must set him free to progress, and doing so will initiate a fight with the Magisters anyway. Be sure to convince these Magisters to let you intervene for bonus experience.