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Submitted by Lucario 545d ago | article

Diehard GameFAN: Digital Tabletop: Kick That Difficulty Up A Notch

DHGF: When I first started playing Dungeons and Dragons Online back in 2009, just after they went free to play, yes I’m one of ‘those’ players, or was, I couldn’t dream of playing on anything over normal or hard. Elite difficulty was just insanely hard and on top of that you had to be a subscriber to open it there, but why would you? Well years later my wife and I generally open the quests on nothing but Heroic Elite even when we’re two-manning it. We’ve got better player skills, know the tricks to traps and how to twink out a character to get the most out of your min-maxing, which is just about the only way you’ll survive high level raids on any kind of difficulty even now. (Dungeons & Dragons Online: Menace of the Underdark, Mass Effect Trilogy Compilation, PC)

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