|2016/12/13 13:11, Rashnak:|| |
|I've actually started several new orc characters in last couple of months. One pure shaman, 2 battle-shamans, warrior, and scout.
The pure shaman is by far easiest to play, because of mobility with BOB and access to lot of XP.
The battle-shamans have been horrible for me to XP solo in pre-hero levels, compared to pure shaman. But just blind, and bash-flee or shoot-flee the mobs you can, if you have the patience.
Battle-shamans need higher level before they get easy, and even then good equipment is more or less must.
Never tried, but perhaps only practising shaman and ranger skills, and minimum warrior skills, would make blind work better in pre-legend levels. Then you could blind-shoot-flee your way up and get warrior skills later. You wouldn't be able to solo warrior-kill anything but newbies in PK anyway until legend.
If you for some reason plan to get raise dead on a battle-shaman (or perhaps even if you don't), you could get command skill at early levels, and buy crows to parry split. They help if you get bash but have limited combo OB.