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Old August 25, 2011, 05:31   #1
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Calris in v3.3.0

Given that to-hit scrolls are no longer sold in a normal store and have to be either found in the dungeon or bought from the black market, I wonder whether Calris is as useful as it used to be.

You need 30 scrolls or more to bring Calris up to +9 to-hit and while it wasn't hard in 3.2 or earlier, it looks pretty unlikely (without town scumming and such) now.
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Old August 26, 2011, 18:34   #2
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epic vouch here, anyway

why bother blah blah

in 3.3 i think they took out stat restore pot 2 eliminate town scum or something,

i rofld~

that kind of thing just creates like a billion other types of scumming~ see XP DRAIN SCUM

anyway

imo

all cure potions
recall
phase
and bring back and all stat restore potions

perm available unlimited quantity @ town

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