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Event Build: The Hero of Kvatch

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  • Member
    January 24, 2015

    Been meaning to play this build for awhile also what stat spread did you guys use on this guy? :)

  • January 24, 2015

    I believe I used a 1/1/1 stat spread, but after a point I stopped investing in magicka and did 1/1 health/stamina. Since the only school of magicka used is conjuration you don't need too much investment in magicka as it really is fire and forget. With enchanting to reduce cost reduction I can't imagine you'd need more than 200/250 max. 

  • Member
    January 25, 2015

    I just loaded up my very last save file of this guy and Twist's right. In order to make the most of those Command Daedra spells a pool of 250 magicka is sufficient. At level 50, Conjuration skill of 100 and an enchanted Conjuration item of 23% cost reduction, a dual cast Expel Daedra spell cost 139 magicka.

    And you will want to dual cast. Nothing is cooler than making Seekers run/float away in their own realm!

    Thanks for the support, Brewmaster

  • Member
    March 26, 2016

    Does Command Daedra count towards your familiar limit?

  • Member
    March 27, 2016

    Hey Sarv, thanks for the question. I couldn't for the life of me remember the answer so I booted up this old character again to test it. It was pretty fun playing Savlian again for a while, nostalgia and all that, so thanks for that too 

    In answer to your question a command daedra spell will count towards your limit. So if you have two conjured daedra and then attempt to control an enemies one, one of your summons will disappear regardless as to whether you succeed or fail in your attempt to wrest control.

  • Member
    March 27, 2016

    No problem! It's a shame that Command Daedra does count towards the limit though.

    I should be thanking you! This is a great build and I've actually rolled a new character based off of a combination between The Hero of Kvatch and Anathema: The Dark Ranger

  • March 28, 2016

    It's nice to see this build highlighted. A very good read and it's cool that you featured an unsung hero. The murdering mercenaries touch is inspired. I have been doing similar research into the banish branch of the conjuration school for a future build that I'm planning (A certain priest we know) and it's great to see that my suspicions on these spells have been confirmed. 

  • Member
    March 28, 2016

    This is highlighted? I appreciate that, thanks CB hosts  And thank you Lis  I've gotta say, making Seekers float off in fear in their own realm never got dull! The hero complex egotistical murdering of rivals was Twisted's twist. I reckon that above all else made this playthrough a role-playing dream, especially killing that nutter at Dagon's shrine  

    Irrelevant anecdote: This build was very nearly Modryn Oreyn or Almalexia. Savlian was finally chosen because he is perhaps the coolest of the three.