Can't say I know how to as a rouge but as a Mage I focused on burning through their armor so that I could actually hit them for damage. I also lucked out and Butters must have recently hit his special ability which stunned everyone giving some much needed breathing room. Also, like ShaggE said, be sure to pop those healing items liberally. Being able to use those and attack is what made this fight possible.
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Knowledge makes a Sorc a pretty powerful PvE class. First play through I didn't know where to get spells so I was rolling with the starter Soul Arrow until I found the guy locked in the room. That means, for a large part of the game, I either had to use my spells on normal guys and fight the boss with my shitty sword or get so good at the normal guys that I could save all my spells for the boss. However, once you know what you are doing all of a sudden that second plan is a whole lot less unreasonable. You also know where all the magic vendors are at and can get another stack of soul arrows from buddy in New Londo. You'll also know to get weapon enhancements to scale your weapon with Int as fast as possible. But again, first time through none of this was apparent as putting stats into "Hitting stuff with swords". That's a lot more self explanatory.
@itwongo: Looking at the SimCity review again probably nothing. Their last update was months ago and everything that they complain about has been long since been fixed yet they still haven't restored their original review score.
Cheating in high school is one thing, but do it in college when some of the classes or exams are being graded on a curve and I get pissed. In that case your cheating is directly effecting my grade when I put the work in to learn the material I'm paying for.
Took me a bit but once I realized what was going on it was pretty amazing flipping through the channels.
This is pretty cool, but I'd lower the voting time a bit for this type of turn based game. Most of what you're doing is movement and taking 30 seconds to move a guy up a bit drives my patience a bit.
Probably go down sorceries again, although I am interested in mixing it up with a dual weapon build. Probably go Catalyst/Sword main hand and Shield/Sword off hand. Going to need some serious endurance for that though.
Pretty sure I bought 3 copies of Oblivion since first I got the PS3 version, then PC, and then PC GOTY. Fuck, now that I'm thinking about it I'm probably going to buy it again on Steam. I loved Oblivion and don't own it digitally (Also can't find those disks to save my life).
I'd be interested in Scribblenauts Unlimited. Have never played the games before but I love the idea of that freedom to just write a word out an spawn stuff. That goes doubly so with Unlimited since I'm pretty sure this is the one with Steam Workshop integration.