Life is what it is, but it's 'how' you think about it that makes it so!
"The best way to change the world is to first change yourself."
Inside my own mind.......
Posted by JakBaronKing - February 12th, 2016
Working all the time just to make end's meet.
Hardly any time for the things you love to do.
Now I'm concerned about establishing a good 401K and paying bills.
I'm lucky just to get a decent night's sleep.
Sometimes I wish all we could do in life is unconventional things.
Playing music, drawing, sculpting....a whole eternity of just being a creative individual.
Posted by JakBaronKing - December 11th, 2014
So yeah....its basically more of the same thing. Mumdane repetive hoard fights.
Destiny is not Halo. Rather's it's trying really hard to be all things but only has one finger in all the pies.
Bungie has fallen hard, this is not the same magic I once fell in love with.
Posted by JakBaronKing - April 3rd, 2014
Only this time as a Deprived Class.
It ain't no fucks given!
Knowing the logic that all stats actually compliment eachother, being the Deprived may make your first half of the game a living Hell. But you eventually become one of the most powerful classes in the game!
I hate how in PVP players only spam magic. Good thing there is a Hex that temporarily dispells magic users for 1 minute. Not allot of time but very useful if you prefer Tank builds.
Also there is a way to level up quick if you need a few extra million souls. Reducing my stress and playtime much so.
Just replay the Giant Lord Boss near the end of the game over and over again with a Bomfire item. Be sure to be a magic user and have Soul boosting equipment.
However as I am a Deprived Class, it took me a while before I could even level up ANY magic.
Now I have perfectly even stats all the way past level 40!
I am currently level 400.
SO Easy now.
Although PVP people I've met still spam magic. I prefer my fights to be based on mele timing mechanics. Much more skill required. But now that I am such a high level it hardly matters anymore.
I estimate that with 30 minutes of farming the Boss everyday, I'll be at full 811 level by the next week.
Which kinda makes Dark Souls 2 a bit of a broken game now, but even if you level up 99 on all stats, it hardly makes a huge dent.
Most progress caps off at level 50. So every time you level past 50, you are actually wasting stats as the jumps of stat build is shortened each time.
So you can have 99 strength and it'll hardly make a huge impact to someone with only a 50 strength stat level.
It's a genius way to keep things even and fair in PVP.
Everything past level 50 is just icing in the cake.