Discussion in 'Debates & Discussions' started by ShoughtLoud, Mar 9, 2020.
Wow he needs to pick that up asap. Itll pay for itself in no time.
He'll probably do so once he either starts Converting Higher Ranked/Tiered Spells or Spells beyond Basic Magics.
The reason I picked +1 liege page is because there seems to always be a option to pick up in games where it would have been super useful previously. Also If the pages are connected, then Richtær could see what path he wants instead of purchasing every options. He could....focus!?
It doeant seem like it would affect the cost to unlock a spell school, but if so he should have bought it first.
A issue that is could see happen, is that if the pages are linked like, he might need to purchase the previous page of options before he can see them on the +1 page. Such that he has access, but he can't see what the options do yet. Still better than nothing, but it would be a "real scrote flick".
No, spell schools are locked in on their prices, this just affects every spell purchase from those schools after they're unlocked
Spreading your net to get at least rank 1 in everything unlocked is definitely worth it. Just to get the profession quests unlocked so they can start ticking away.
Not sure what precisely getting +1 in liege page rank would do for his profession.
I agree with this. It seems unlikely it would affect base magic costs, deep magic cost could fall to 9 per level though, and higher magics to 90 per level.
I don't think any of his liege page has a single thing to do with his his profession. No profession quests anyway.
My country just closed every public institution after the number of confirmed cases grew by 3000% in one week, closing all schools, kindergardens, clubs, scouts, sportsteams, and noncritical healthcare for two weeks (all education is being digitalized, which surprise surprise they managed to get up and running in one day. Trust the danish schoolsystem to screw every holidaydreaming student over). From 15 to 450 something when they closed everything down, today its up to 500 something. People are basically emptying stores out of toilet paper and rye bread, though thankfully we have strong supply lines so they keep restocking. Worst part is the morons stockpiling supplies know there is no shortage apart from the one they are causing by buying a months foodsupply in one afternoon.
Edit: I think we should move this to a seperate thread, maybe even the main forum.