History YMMV / KingdomsOfAmalurReckoning

9th Jun '16 3:15:14 PM Kytseo
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* Juggle combos can allow you to murder small to human-sized enemies (even ones normally out of your level range) with ease. This makes longswords really powerful against these types of enemies (since longswords have a launch combo unlocked by default).

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* ** Juggle combos can allow you to murder small to human-sized enemies (even ones normally out of your level range) with ease. This makes longswords really powerful against these types of enemies (since longswords have a launch combo unlocked by default).
9th Jun '16 3:15:02 PM Kytseo
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* Juggle combos can allow you to murder small to human-sized enemies (even ones normally out of your level range) with ease. This makes longswords really powerful against these types of enemies (since longswords have a launch combo unlocked by default).
4th May '16 1:21:31 PM supergod
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* DesignatedHero / DesignatedVillain: The principal players of the House of Ballads tale are in-universe examples. The Maid is sick and tired of her role as a villainous loser, while the "heroes" this time around ultimately don't live up to their roles. [[spoiler:King Wencen]] reveals himself to be a DirtyCoward when he realizes the Maid could actually win this time [[spoiler:and tells you "Here. ''You're'' King Wencen now." before running for the hills.]]
30th Aug '15 11:22:03 PM TheSimulation
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*** To elaborate: as many quest items in the game cannot be removed from the inventory (such as put in your stash), you end up going through THE ENTIRE GAME with all the books you've collected taking up precious inventory slots. Which is likely already bogged down with various other unremovable items for all the quests you've already FINISHED. Of course this can be avoided by simply ignoring the books until you can access them all, but by the time you're aware of this you'll likely already have a few under your belt.

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*** To elaborate: as many quest items in the game cannot be removed from the inventory (such as put in your stash), you end up going through THE ENTIRE GAME with all the books you've collected taking up precious inventory slots. Which is likely already bogged down with various other bugged unremovable items for all the quests you've already FINISHED. Of course this can be avoided by simply ignoring the books until you can access them all, but by the time you're aware of this you'll likely already have a few under your belt.
30th Aug '15 11:05:12 PM TheSimulation
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* the Infinite Backpacks glitch accessible by the time you reach Mel Senshir. Considering how many items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from your inventory ever, being able to increase your inventory limit well beyond the 120 (130 with dlc) default maximum is a lifesaver. Granted, by the time you reach Mel Senshir you've likely already gone through most of the game enduring the inventory bugs...

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* the ** The Infinite Backpacks glitch accessible by the time you reach Mel Senshir. Considering how many items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from your inventory ever, being able to increase your inventory limit well beyond the 120 (130 with dlc) default maximum is a lifesaver. Granted, by the time you reach Mel Senshir you've likely already gone through most of the game enduring the inventory bugs...



*** to elaborate: as many quest items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from the inventory (such as put in your stash), you end up going through THE ENTIRE GAME with all the books you've collected taking up precious inventory slots. Which is likely already bogged down with various other unremovable items for all the quests you've already FINISHED. Of course this can be avoided by simply ignoring the books until you can access them all, but by the time you're aware of the inventory bug you'll likely already have a few under your belt.

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*** to To elaborate: as many quest items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from the inventory (such as put in your stash), you end up going through THE ENTIRE GAME with all the books you've collected taking up precious inventory slots. Which is likely already bogged down with various other unremovable items for all the quests you've already FINISHED. Of course this can be avoided by simply ignoring the books until you can access them all, but by the time you're aware of the inventory bug this you'll likely already have a few under your belt.
12th Aug '15 8:04:51 AM Esjitu
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* the Infinite Backpacks glitch accessible by the time you reach Mel Senshir. Considering how many items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from your inventory ever, being able to increase your inventory limit well beyond the 120 (130 with dlc) default maximum is a lifesaver. Granted, by the time you reach Mel Senshir you've likely already gone through most of the game enduring the inventory bugs...



** "Long Overdue" isn't hard as much as it is ''really annoying.'' You get it in the first town in the game, but it can't actually be completed until almost the end of the game. And the reward is a measly (and especially measly for the point of the game that you'll be able to complete the quest) amount of coin.

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** "Long Overdue" isn't hard as much as it is ''really annoying.'' You get it in the first town in the game, but it can't actually be completed until almost the end of the game. And the reward is a measly (and especially measly for the point of the game that you'll be able to complete the quest) amount of coin.coin.
*** to elaborate: as many quest items in the game are bugged and cannot be removed from the inventory (such as put in your stash), you end up going through THE ENTIRE GAME with all the books you've collected taking up precious inventory slots. Which is likely already bogged down with various other unremovable items for all the quests you've already FINISHED. Of course this can be avoided by simply ignoring the books until you can access them all, but by the time you're aware of the inventory bug you'll likely already have a few under your belt.
7th Mar '15 1:15:41 PM Meenoru
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** Niskaru Bloodhunters. These things are very fast, can cause bleeding (which decreases defense and saps HP like poison) and can hit pretty hard too. To make things worse they never come alone and sometimes they serve as backup for ''bosses''.

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** Niskaru Bloodhunters.Hunters/Bloodhunters. These things are very fast, can cause bleeding (which decreases defense and saps HP like poison) and can hit pretty hard too. To make things worse they never come alone and sometimes they serve as backup for ''bosses''.
7th Mar '15 1:15:27 PM Meenoru
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** Trolls. Hulking and very strong enemies that are also quite fast when they decide to chase you if you are pelting them with arrows and spells. Trolls can withstand a lot of punishment and their attacks hurts ''a lot'', especially in Finesse and Sorcery characters. Prismere Trolls are buffed up Trolls and take their most deadly qualities up to a notch.

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** Trolls. Hulking and very strong enemies that are also quite fast when they decide to chase you if you are pelting them with arrows and spells. Trolls can withstand a lot of punishment and their attacks hurts ''a lot'', especially in Finesse and Sorcery characters.characters, to make things harder they have very high elemental resistance turning elemental weapons into a liability. Prismere Trolls are buffed up Trolls and take their most deadly qualities up to a notch.
7th Mar '15 1:14:07 PM Meenoru
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** Trolls. Hulking and very strong enemies that are also quite fast when they decide to chase you if you are pelting them with arrows and spells. Trolls can withstand a lot of punishment and their attacks hurts ''a lot'', especially in Finesse and Sorcery characters. Prismere Trolls are buffed up Trolls and take their most deadly qualities up to a notch.
7th Mar '15 1:06:49 PM Meenoru
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* GoodBadBugs: Sometimes the character's faces may glitch up and they can end up making funny faces or even going cross-eyed. This can end up turning a potentially [[HilarityEnsues serious scene into]]... [[{{Narm}} Something completely different.]]
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