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===Some game strategies (<span style="color:red;">may contain small spoilers!</span>)===
 
===Some game strategies (<span style="color:red;">may contain small spoilers!</span>)===
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* The first 3-4 hours of play for this game are the hardest. You do not have enough experience to get a decent weapons/spell and the enemies ain't too weak in comparison with those You'll encounter later. This is a crash test for your skills. When in Shadowmire you'll perform better using bow than a sword.
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* The first 3-4 hours of play for this game are the hardest. You do not have enough experience to get a decent weapons/spell and the enemies ain't too weak in comparison with those you'll encounter later. This is a crash test for your skills. Thus in '''Shadowmire''' you would consider to perform better using bow than a sword.
 
* Gaining experience in the beginning, you may want to spent the hard earned points to some Melee and Archery exhancement but upgrading Magic skills later is a must!
 
* Gaining experience in the beginning, you may want to spent the hard earned points to some Melee and Archery exhancement but upgrading Magic skills later is a must!
 
* When fighting skeletons it's better to use the fast sword than any other weapon. Squat down and wait for them coming constantly using your sword. They'll be dead in no time.
 
* When fighting skeletons it's better to use the fast sword than any other weapon. Squat down and wait for them coming constantly using your sword. They'll be dead in no time.
 
* When fighting with bosses and tough enemies (and most of them are tough in this game) try to trick the weak game AI by hiding behind some obstacles like small rocks, walls, corners, etc. Even when the enemy is visible by 1-2% you can kill it without spending too much of any precious resource (including HP). Running around rocks when using magic is considered a wise strategy.
 
* When fighting with bosses and tough enemies (and most of them are tough in this game) try to trick the weak game AI by hiding behind some obstacles like small rocks, walls, corners, etc. Even when the enemy is visible by 1-2% you can kill it without spending too much of any precious resource (including HP). Running around rocks when using magic is considered a wise strategy.
* When fighting on the stairs/doorways remember that most of the enemies cannot follow you up or through so hiding in small rooms using range weapons or magic.
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* When fighting on the stairs/doorways remember that most of the enemies cannot follow you up or through so hide in small rooms using range weapons or magic.
 
* As for the magic spells not all of them are useful. Some like '''Fireball''' or '''Ice Blast''' are too hard to use with the current control scheme. Your best friends are '''Rejuvenate''' for healing and the spells like '''Lightning Bolt''' (you'll get it for free in '''Andrellian Isles''') or '''Soul Stealer'''. '''Time Slow''' also is a must when you're going to use melee weapons on strong enemies.
 
* As for the magic spells not all of them are useful. Some like '''Fireball''' or '''Ice Blast''' are too hard to use with the current control scheme. Your best friends are '''Rejuvenate''' for healing and the spells like '''Lightning Bolt''' (you'll get it for free in '''Andrellian Isles''') or '''Soul Stealer'''. '''Time Slow''' also is a must when you're going to use melee weapons on strong enemies.
 
* The easiest way to kill the enemy dragon is to use Arokh lighting ability. And this ability will only be available after '''Andrellian Isles''' so every dragon battle before will be exremely tough. If you want to ''try'' to finish the quest of '''Khossa Vole''' before you have this spell it would be extremely hard but still doable. You'll have to lure all ''four'' bone dragons one by one and kill them by moving backwards fireing continually. That will keep them in a distance.
 
* The easiest way to kill the enemy dragon is to use Arokh lighting ability. And this ability will only be available after '''Andrellian Isles''' so every dragon battle before will be exremely tough. If you want to ''try'' to finish the quest of '''Khossa Vole''' before you have this spell it would be extremely hard but still doable. You'll have to lure all ''four'' bone dragons one by one and kill them by moving backwards fireing continually. That will keep them in a distance.
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