I am a l33t class newbster when it comes to both Witcher games and RPGs in general. I'm hoping you all can answer a few questions for me:
- When I'm looking at my equipment (swords, armor), I see their rated with a number, but they also have specific attributes like "+7 Slash resistance" etc. So, when I'm deciding what to use, what should I be paying attention to. All the numbers a bit overwelming.
- I am tooling around White Orchard right now. Just did a side quest to help a villiager find his brother after a fierce battle. There are dead soldiers EvErYwHeRe so of course I grabbed all the rusty swords I could carry. Now what.... Do I just sell them? I read somewhere that it's better to disasemble everything and use their parts - is that true? And if so, what the hell do a do with a bunch of metal since the local weapons dude can't seem to craft anything.
- I also just got rid of the ghost lady in the well (I dug the story behind that one). Once the mission goals were set up, I went and crafted some spectre oil and took her down to punch town - I was very proud of myself. Usually, all this crafting in games is a turn off. So, is that the best way to approach missions? To not let all the alchemy become overwelming by waiting until I identify a particular oil/potion/magic thing-y that I'll need?
- Anything else I should (but may not) know about right now?
Much thanks all. I clearly need all the help I can get.