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2-25-2009 @ 3:46PM
aww...I liked freya.
2-25-2009 @ 3:51PM
It doesn't look like you kill her. She seems to have an ability called "summon chest", implying that she gives you a reward when you save her.
2-25-2009 @ 4:29PM
8 distinct "Summon Chest" spells for Freya... 8 ways to defeat her:0 Elders3 Elders1 Elder A1 Elder B1 Elder C2 Elders AB2 Elders AC2 Elders BCJust so it's spelled out. I haven't even tried Sarth 1D yet, but it's cool to think that killing Brightleaf could give different loot than killing Stonebark. Or, the spells could just be tied to the elder IDs but the loot's the same for any 1E or 2E encounter.
2-25-2009 @ 4:58PM
I see it more as1 - Freya with no Elder (Normal)2- Freya with 1 Elder (Normal)3-Freya with 2 Elders(Normal)4-Freya with 3 Elders(Normal)5 - Freya with no Elder (Heroic)6- Freya with 1 Elder(Heroic)7-Freya with 2 Elders(Heroic)8-Freya with 3 Elders(Heroic)
2-25-2009 @ 4:51PM
Or...0 elders (10 person)1 Elder (10 person)2 Elders (10 person)3 Elders (10 person)0 elders (25 person)1 Elder (25 person)2 Elders (25 person)3 Elders (25 person)Unless we have a compelling reason to believe that there are, in fact, 16 sets of possible chests.
2-25-2009 @ 5:00PM
"0 Elders3 Elders1 Elder A1 Elder B1 Elder C2 Elders AB2 Elders AC2 Elders BC"Erm, I'm guessing it's more like:0 Elders norm1 Elder norm2 Elders norm3 Elders norm0 Elders heroic1 Elder heroic2 Elders heroic3 Elders heroic
2-25-2009 @ 5:33PM
Ack! Fail. I didn't even think about normal vs. heroic. Ah well, that works too. The thought that choice of specific elder to kill/leave was just too intriguing a concept that it blinded common sense.
2-25-2009 @ 8:19PM
I'm pretty sure it must be like this:0 elder (10man)1 elder (10man)2 elder (10man)3 elder (10man0 elder (25m)1 elder (25m)2 elder (25m)3 elder (25m)Just makes sense that way
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