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I just play for tokens. The only deck-building I do and I want to do it, but I'm waiting for endless to make story challenging and interesting is tasking out cards with far too much risk for their reward royal treasury? Anyways, I had 30 max health and beat the king of scales with a rusty axe on my second try. I must say, it was quite a memorable experience!
Well done, dev; this game really makes me feel like i'm having rough-and-tumble adventures! Last edited by burdfishdemon ; 28 Feb, am. Originally posted by Malice :. After getting to King of Scales for the fifth or sixth time, this time fully geared including the lizard damage helmet and 80 health, and STILL not being able to kill a single minion I finally googled it. I wondered if the minions just had huge hitpoints, makes way more sense to know that they're actually immortal until KoS is dead.
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All rights reserved. If you mean you died to the lizard bosses, remember how the King and the Queen's totem protect other lizardmen. The King has to die first, then the totem, then the Queen and Jack in either order.
Oh I know how to beat them, I was only going for the King. And I died to the explosions the dealer created immediately after the lizards died. But if I only got that far off over health got great success in that encounter you need to be heavily cursed for and the most protective armour in the game, it seems an almost impossible feat to get there without supreme luck. Edit: Okay, I did it, found the gear that trivialised him. The gloves that apply a curse on hit remove the threat from ANY melee boss.
That plus the healing artifact and he's really quite easy, the only remaining challenge is the unhelpful camera and dodgy hitbox making it difficult to avoid the moving lasers. Last edited by DarkFenix ; 29 Aug, pm. I haven't noticed a dodgy hitbox, but keep in mind that Kallas moves like a vehicle. He has a limited turn rate, and pressing any directional key will make him move whichever way he happens to be facing while turning whichever way you told him to move.
It's enough that if you try to move backward, you'll stumble forward a lot further than you might expect. It's a weird choice, or an even weirder implementation if it wasn't a choice, and hopefully Hand of Fate 2 clears it up. Your character's hitbox is noticably larger than the character model.Continuing the "hand of fate" of the title as the story of an unlucky protagonist who was simply forced into a situation he didn't create. Other songs with murder confessions in the lyrics include "The Man I Killed," "I Shot The Sheriff," "Folsom Prison Blues, and of course Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody.".