History VideoGame / TorchlightII

16th Apr '18 4:51:56 AM Dallenson
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** The Outlander uses ranged weapons like a bow/crossbow using Amazon, acrobatic and trap-like skills of the Assassin and they have an affinity toward poison, enemy debilitating pacts and the ability to amass a ZergRush of weaker minions like the Necromancer.

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** The Outlander uses ranged weapons like a bow/crossbow using the Amazon, acrobatic and trap-like skills of the Assassin and they have an affinity toward poison, enemy debilitating pacts and the ability to amass a ZergRush of weaker minions like the Necromancer.
10th Mar '18 11:31:50 AM Naveek
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* JokeItem: All of the items Cacklespit can give you for competing her quest are these: The Inferior Boots, Even More Inferior Boots (Both of which have one armor and can only be sold for one gold piece each), and the Sweet-Aide, a literal LethalJokeItem which drains your health extremely quickly.



* LudicrousGibs: Just like its predecessor (except there's chunks this time around), when the death blow is [[NoKillLikeOverkill a bit excessive]] your enemies will be splattered. There's even a few Embermage lightning skills that always do this on a kill and a specific Berserker skill, Rupture, causes an enemy to explode after a short delay, damaging other nearby enemies. Gibbing enemies is actually a good tactic as MookMedic enemies cannot revive a gibbed enemy.

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* LudicrousGibs: Just like its predecessor (except there's chunks this time around), when the death blow is [[NoKillLikeOverkill a bit excessive]] your enemies will be splattered. There's even a few Embermage lightning skills that always do this on a kill and a specific Berserker skill, Rupture, causes an enemy to explode after a short delay, damaging other nearby enemies. Gibbing enemies is actually a good tactic as MookMedic enemies cannot revive a gibbed enemy. Some unique and legendary items make enemies always explode on death.
16th Jan '18 4:16:35 AM Cryoclaste
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* The Berserker: {{Proud Warrior Race Guy}}s ([[PurelyAestheticGender and girls!]]) specializing in [[GoodOldFisticuffs hand-to-hand combat]]. The Berserker is a [[BloodKnight offensive/DPS based class]], (think of the Fury Warrior from WorldOfWarcraft, but most optimally with [[WolverineClaws claw class]] weapons; although they can use two handers, just not quite as well) and does not have the defensive/tank oriented skills of the Engineer.

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* The Berserker: {{Proud Warrior Race Guy}}s ([[PurelyAestheticGender and girls!]]) specializing in [[GoodOldFisticuffs hand-to-hand combat]]. The Berserker is a [[BloodKnight offensive/DPS based class]], (think of the Fury Warrior from WorldOfWarcraft, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', but most optimally with [[WolverineClaws claw class]] weapons; although they can use two handers, just not quite as well) and does not have the defensive/tank oriented skills of the Engineer.
5th Jan '18 6:26:02 AM Dallenson
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* PoisonousPerson: The Outlander utilizes poison in many of their skills such as Cursed Daggers and Venomous Hail. Their Master of the Elements passive increases the damage of all four elements but poison in particular gets double the value of what any of the [[FireIceLightning other three]] elements get.

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* PoisonousPerson: The Outlander utilizes poison in many of their skills such as Cursed Daggers and Venomous Hail. Their Master of the Elements passive increases the damage of all four elements by a percentage but poison in particular gets double the value of what percentage that any of the [[FireIceLightning other three]] elements would have get.
5th Jan '18 5:58:29 AM Dallenson
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* {{BFS}}: Greatswords. Like regular swords, they're average in speed and damage range.

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* {{BFS}}: Greatswords. Like regular swords, they're average in speed and speed, damage range.and reach.
1st Dec '17 9:04:17 PM Naveek
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* SpreadShot: The Embermage's Prismatic Bolt ability is a magical variant of this.
21st Nov '17 5:21:13 PM Naveek
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* NamesTheSame: Stormclaw, an active Berserker skill and Stormclaw, a crab enemy in Plunder Cove.
1st Nov '17 11:08:04 AM Dallenson
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* EvolvingTitle: The title screen has multiple backgrounds depending on how far in the game you've reached but picked at random, typically consisting of an act's town, first half and second half and sometimes the same background might have subtle changes (such as the background with the Frosted Hills either depicting typical Estherian ruins or showing burning bandit towers).

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* EvolvingTitle: EvolvingTitleScreen: The title screen has multiple backgrounds depending on how far in the game you've reached but picked at random, typically consisting of an act's town, first half and second half and sometimes the same background might have subtle changes (such as the background with the Frosted Hills either depicting typical Estherian ruins or showing burning bandit towers).
1st Nov '17 11:07:38 AM Dallenson
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* CouchGag: The title screen has multiple backgrounds depending on how far in the game you've reached, typically consisting of an act's town, first half and second half and sometimes the same background might have subtle changes (such as the background with the Frosted Hills either depicting typical Estherian ruins or showing burning bandit towers).


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* EvolvingTitle: The title screen has multiple backgrounds depending on how far in the game you've reached but picked at random, typically consisting of an act's town, first half and second half and sometimes the same background might have subtle changes (such as the background with the Frosted Hills either depicting typical Estherian ruins or showing burning bandit towers).
30th Oct '17 4:51:52 AM Dallenson
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* AsteroidsMonster: Now some bosses (and [[EliteMook Champions]]) have the "Dividing" trait. What this means is that when they die, they spawn two new bosses of the same mob type. These new ones are at least partially weaker, but the sudden jump in incoming DPS can still prove lethal. However it's also beneficial as both of the newly spawned champions reward a similar lump of experience and fame for killing them. The tar slimes in the Ossean Wastes, the respective Phase Beast challenge area and in [[BrutalBonusLevel Tarroch's Tomb]] divide into smaller slimes until they reach the tar drops that can be stepped on to defeat but slows you down.

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* AsteroidsMonster: Now some bosses (and sometimes [[EliteMook Champions]]) Champions]] and their flunkies will have the "Dividing" trait. What this means is that when they die, they spawn two new bosses of the same mob type. These new ones are at least partially weaker, but the sudden jump in incoming DPS can still prove lethal. However it's also beneficial as both of the newly spawned champions reward a similar lump of experience and fame for killing them. The tar slimes in the Ossean Wastes, the respective Phase Beast challenge area and in [[BrutalBonusLevel Tarroch's Tomb]] divide into smaller slimes until they reach the tar drops that can be stepped on to defeat but slows you down.
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