- Sun Apr 07, 2019 12:41 pm #16110713
One, don't call something stupid when you misspell the very word this entire page is based off of. Two, anyone can find those binoculars by simply being a bit adventurous and exploring (like I did). Three, most spells can shoot farther than the lock-on distance. You need the binoculars to get any kind of long-range accuracy or in areas where lock-on doesn't work well, such as curving passages where lock on would have you shoot into a wall when you want to hit the enemy's exposed shoulder, or to hit one of the sitting/slumbering/dangling enemies that lock on doesn't trigger onto except at very close ranges. Four, good luck aiming nearly straight up or straight down without them to hit very high/low enemies. Someone good at manually aiming spells with the binoculars can make many, many very tough enemies downright trivial.
- Sat Aug 29, 2020 9:45 am #16251364
There seems to be some kind of sprinting speed exploit with using binoculars in the non-SotFS version. Theres a speedrun on youtube where the player runs extremely fast barely using any stamina after using the binoculars to zoom in quickly.