Ironman leaderboards are a dangerous one ... dying hurts so bad, but then you're back in it again! Best score stays posted, take a break, play another TB game and come back when you're ready! The ladders will wait.
... I might just try to copy my Iron Curtain build onto this ladder. If they handle almost anything half as well as they do on normal, they will crush. In the big maze leading into the Keep, not even Warboys can dent Vraes, with 70 armor and 12 parry at this point... He is such a monster.... My shame is also great, and I shall begin anew on the morrow.
En1gma - there is a lot to say for survivability over speed of killing in an Ironman group. That's why my Kincaid sprinted to Sure Parry 2, and so far its managed to keep him alive through some rough turns!
I'm going to try to choose the right level of aggression for a given encounter. When going up against smaller groups being aggressive--running vraes up to the next foe--ends the fight early and minimizes damage received. Against larger groups with lots of archer, being aggressive gets you killed. Most of my deaths previous groups have been due to being overly aggressive against bigger groups.
Post by contributor on Aug 14, 2014 7:00:49 GMT -5
I think they've said that, when you die, a final score is recorded and posted to the boards. So if you're only turning it on when you camp and record you risk losing some points in the case of a sudden death. I'm sure they could give you a more precise answer. It's possible though that a final score (or any score) is recorded on the device and posted the next time you're online. In fact, now that I say that I think I have seen times where GPlay Games updated awards and such while I was not connected.
Just got to the Forgotten Way Station with 1,337,135. Selen had a crowning moment of awesome when she killed the Orcin boss with just two dual bladed strikes, one of with was a Frenzied Blows crithit ^_^ And I made sure I'm on the right difficulty this time!
Edit:Never forget to use AP draining spells. Vraes just got cut to pieces by three full AP Ratkin. Sigh, back to the drawing board.