February 28, 2012, 17:08:08 |
The way you play with a Feca really depends a lot of the element you decide to use,for exemple:
The Fire Feca is a good solo character, good attacker and can apply debuffs on the enemy.
The Water Feca is totally focused on support,more precisely he can increase your or your allies %resist with glyphs and your or your allies %damage with armors.
The Earth feca is, on my opinion, the best of the 3 elements, it's a good supporter but it is a good solo character aswell. The Earth Armor give to you an armor who deal damage to the enemy (some of then have condition,for exemple Fecablades deals damage to all enemies who are close to you,but some earth armors only deal damage if your are attacked from behind or if your lose AP)
Oh, if you need to distribute the characteristic points, i would put every single point on HP.
Little Explanation on Armor,Plates and Glyphs:
Plates: Plates are both associated to Armors and Glyphs, they're the number of turns that the Armor or Glyph will stay active. An Armor can get it's Plates reduced when the one wearing the Armor gets attacked and GLyphs can get it's plates reduced when someone steps on it. You can renew an Armor plates by using any skill on yourself (note that only the Feca's skills can renew the armor) for exemple: If you are wearing the Fecablades armor, who originally has 5 plates, has 1 plate left, if you use Fecablades on yourself this turn the Armor will be back with 5 plates,you can renew the plates by using a different skill but that will change the armor, for exemple: you are wearing the fecablades armor that has only 1 plate left ,if you use Drip on yourself that will renew the plates but that will change the armor to the Drip Armor.
Armors: Armors are things that give offensive and deffensive buffs or debuffs (like the case of the Fire Armors). Armors have a X number of plates, the Armor will lose 1 plate everyturn and it will lose 1 plate everytime that the one wearing it is attacked.
Glyphs: Glyphs are little objects that, when attacked by a Feca Spell it will become a little cross (in most of the cases) who gives buffs or deal damage (like in the case of the Fire Glyphs) to the characters who are stepping on it. If you aren't stepping on the Glyph's Area of Effect you won't get buffed nor damaged.
This post has been edited by NandoCrowe - February 28, 2012, 17:10:43.