Who told me that I can defeat most of my enemies in the game with one attack? Although it may seem strange, it is true. Leaving enemies immune to certain effects from the equation, my wizard has become an all-powerful killing machine. The best part is, I discovered this quite by accident, even though it actually makes sense.
When I first started getting into the world of Dungeons and Dragons, I tried to play a fairly common build: a warlock that specializes in casting curses and increasing the damage of the Eldritch Bolt cheat. Of course, this is also possible in Baldur’s Gate 3. So build what i use kill my enemies with one blow it’s essentially simple.
The witch from Baldur’s Gate 3 can throw anything into the air with incredible ease.
First of all, supernatural discharge it’s a trick, so it doesn’t consume spell slots. That is, I can use it as many times as I want. Since this is my main source of damage, when I leveled up I decided to buff it up. How? When a warlock levels up, he gains supernatural spells. They are like simple enhancements to various features. The first thing I took was, in addition to communicating with animals, agonal discharge.
In doing so, I simply increased the damage of the Dread Arrow. However, when I got to level 5, I decided to add repulsive discharge. sparing, knocks enemies back 4.5 meters. Interestingly, when I leveled up, I also got the ability to use Spooky Arrow twice.
From that point on and since I threw my first enemy in the air (this works with many bosses), I found that killing him was as easy as withput myself in a position where I can push them into the void, lava, etc. and press the button. Of course, this cannot always be done with everyone, as some monsters, for example, cannot be pushed and/or have the gift of flight.
Despite this, relatively easy to kill multiple enemies with one attack if we are well positioned. Also, if we crouch and they can’t see us and we use Create Illusion on a dangerous edge, we can draw their attention to a critical point and then hit them with double spell advantage. If one misses, the other is likely to hit. In combat, this also works a lot, as it’s not uncommon to have many duels in bumpy areas or in dangerous places. In the end, it depends on the map, but in some places it is extremely effective.
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