I went east from Homestead and entered the aetherial rift in Conflagration.I know where Port Valbury is but how do you get to it?
Much appreciated, I did not know you could share the purple ones. I tend to have some components in my bag (too many now) because I forget which one is the good ones and there is no bloody search option for them in the bank (I'm going to organize them into chest/head/weapons, etc later on) I see you have one though, so another nice thing they implemented with the expansions, too bad they forgot about vanilla.you should putr all the purple items in your bag into a slot on shared stash. Everyone can use them there... and frees up some bank space. I put all my components on same tab
The Grim Dawn Item Assistant mod might be useful for that (at least it looks like you can just hide them) I'm a bit skeptical myself about installing mods before I have gotten all the expansions.it's possible I have too many. When you hit 2000 you start to wonder if there is a way to not pick them up
that was fixed in an expansion. You can search for cold and it highlights everything that is cold, for instance.there is no bloody search option for them in the bank
I answered my own question. At least 1, might be another in tyrants holdare there any shrines in this area?
Hope you like it! I'm playing another character with my nephew. He plays an Arcanist and I'm playing the same character as my main. Currently at level 20 and seems to be a nice combination. I'm tanking and doing most single targets with some area damage and my nephew is melting stuff with spells.Given that this merits its own thread and that it is $6.24 on Steam right now, I decided to make the leap. I've probably played less than an hour of action-rpg's in my life, but hopefully I'll get along okay with it. Going to try it out, and if I really like it, I'll buy a copy for Guido so we can do co-op.
hope he chose a 2nd class, you need the added mastery points if nothing else later on. Can only get so much as one class. A lot of my characters only take a few skills from one class and more from another. Dual wield necro/oathkeeper is mostly oathkeeper.He plays an Arcanist and I'm playing the same character as my main. Currently at level 20 and seems to be a nice combination. I'm tanking and doing most single targets with some area damage and my nephew is melting stuff with spells.