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Subject: Looking for some character strategies rss

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Charles Barchuk
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I know the game is new for everyone but I was hoping someone could post some general tips concerning powers and gameplay for each of the characters. Thanks
 
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If you're the ranger definitely get the skill that automatically does 1 damage (Precise Strike? EDIT 2 - "Careful Attack", cheers Gawain ). You can auto-kill a huge percentage of the monsters and still explore a new tile using your class special. I'm pretty sure this skill alone balances her not having 5 power cards like the other characters...

That's all I have for you so far!

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EDIT 1 - the ranger is my personal favourite. After the Ninja, obviously...
 
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ninjadorg wrote:
If you're the ranger definitely get the skill that automatically does 1 damage (Precise Strike?).
Careful Attack. Precise Strike is a Fighter Daily.
 
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Thanks guys, keep em' coming if you think of anything else. Yea My wife and I played the "Impossible" scenario last night and boy was it tough. The cool thing is it gave you a chance to play each character. Some of the characters have a much harder time going at it solo. The fighter seems to have the easiest time followed by the ranger. The rogue, wizard, and cleric got the short end of the stick in some ways it seems. Still learning though and hope to get some more tips from you pros out there
 
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The Cleric should always grab the (healing strike power)? healing is super useful.

I also find keeping monsters near the edge of two adjacent tiles is very useful. Two heroes can be adjacent to the monster and both be in separate tiles, possibly softening the effects of encounter cards the may get drawn.

A hero that can have both a ranged and melee at-well attacks is very helpful.
 
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cbarchuk wrote:
Thanks guys, keep em' coming if you think of anything else. Yea My wife and I played the "Impossible" scenario last night and boy was it tough. The cool thing is it gave you a chance to play each character. Some of the characters have a much harder time going at it solo. The fighter seems to have the easiest time followed by the ranger. The rogue, wizard, and cleric got the short end of the stick in some ways it seems. Still learning though and hope to get some more tips from you pros out there


In my limited, play, the cleric has done ok by himself.
 
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