Below are different The Quest tips and trick to help you out during gameplay. If you have something that you would like to add feel free to leave the info in the comments.
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The Quest Tips and Tricks
Archers and Ranged Enemies – Instead of running at ranged enemies head on taking damage along the way try to hide behind something and move. This will cause them to come after you instead closing the distance and letting you kill them while taking less damage.
Poison Touch – This is one of the most powerful spells in the game. After you poison an enemy just run around until there life is all the way depleted, then land the killing blow. This can be used to take down some of the biggest enemies in the game at a much earlier time than you suppose to in the game.
Primary Skills – You can choose a preset class that has certain skills for primary or you can choose your own for a more custom build. It will probably be better to choose your own once you know what your doing. Skills like Magic Attack and Light Weapons don’t have any trainers so they may be more useful as primary if your going to use them. Primary skills will use 1 point when upgrading while the rest will use 2 points.
Reloading Loot – Save before you defeat strong enemies and bosses so you can reload for different drop loot. Some enemies will always drop the same thing while stronger ones will have a ton of different things they can drop for loot. This is one of the best ways to get good gear and items in the game.
Store Goods – Before entering a store for the first time during the day it’s best to save and reload if they don’t have what your looking for. Since goods are generated when you first enter the store they will be different on a reload.
Saving – It probably obvious for most players, but saving often will save you alot of work when it comes to reloading from dying. It’s best to save in all the 5 spots so you have so extra saves to use if you get really stuck.
Wands – These are very useful for casting spells especially the more expensive ones. It’s good to keep a wand or two for the spells you use the most. Using the recharge spell can be cheaper then casting the actual spell.