Maybe you have to pay the price for the missing proficiency. Like if you have 70% proficiency in golem enchantment, you only pay 30% of the Talent...
In Monsters, we saw that Talent-like attacks could be learned by practice without being a professed Warrior.
Does that mean you learn any Talent?...
Ah yes. It's a talent upgrade. I had completely forgotten that quest.
Uhm, what celestial skill upgrade?
Essence is better since the enchantments discovered also can be learned by villagers.
I highly doubt it. That would instantly turn the Mist village into a superpower, making almost all plotlines trivial to solve.
Same question for the shrouded Speciality of Enchanter: what do you think a mythic speciality could be?
Because the lich is just one mage as there are countless across the Land, while the Banks have power on a global scale?
Honestly, the Banks are truly tyrannical.
Coining your own currency has historically been a core part of sovereignty. The Bank monopoly makes it...
It's not clear to me what's the difference between a rune and enchantment.
That seems quite plausible. But now we need a metal sink or the whole Land will be turned into metal.
That seems a good idea. Reflects well the versatility of the metal.
Offensive bonus: increase attack speed and dmg
That's the bonus for Iron.
We know that for elementum the bonus is:
- Weapons have a +10% damage to spell barriers.
- Armor has a +2% resistance to a specific type of...