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Golemcraft

GalvanGalvan Member Posts: 3

What does the AB even mean for it? I've searched the forums and seems quite a few people were also confused. I'll post below for those who need more info on what I'm asking about:

The creation of crystalline constructs is a closely guarded secret of

those that practice Artifice. With this knowledge, you are able to

create golems from refined crystals to serve you.

 

Using the golem as a focus, you are able to perform spells that would

otherwise be impossible. Most spells performed in this way require a

certain crystal to be part of the golem (these are noted in the relevant

ability files). However, be warned. The larger your golem, the more its

presence shall interfere with your crystalline vibrations, with

potentially disastrous results. The pragmatic sorcerer shall endeavour

to balance both his golem's size with the number of vibrations he or she

has active at any one time.


So at what point is my golem too large? Help me understand "disastrous results". Just a bit confused as I haven't noticed anything odd but am still setting up everything and haven't dove into combat yet.

 

Comments

  • AegothAegoth Member Posts: 2,062 @@ - Legendary Achaean
    edited December 2016
    don't worry about it. It's flavor mostly. I've never had a problem. 

    But then, I never have a full vibe stack, so.. just limit your vibes to the useful ones
    Galvan
  • GalvanGalvan Member Posts: 3
    edited December 2016
    Aegoth said:
    don't worry about it. It's flavor mostly. I've never had a problem. 

    But then, I never have a full vibe stack, so.. just limit your vibes to the useful ones
    Thanks for the response! I would have just dove in and tested myself but since I recently changed classes and returned to Achaea those crystals aren't cheap! With that being said its fine to have a fully built golem? 
  • AegothAegoth Member Posts: 2,062 @@ - Legendary Achaean
    yessir
    Galvan
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