- Sat Jan 04, 2020 4:58 pm #16173302
yeah, i dont know why some people freak out over this kindof stuff. I'd rather have a really good start in PvE than miss 2 points on my*****ty sl125 pvp build with the *****ing hollow soldier leggings ( i hate that***** but anyway), this has pretty good stats for my playstyle. Having 1 point into faith and another into attunement means you can use heal and force, or heal and seek guidance. Very nice. Pretty good when you want more Str and Dex than a cleric but still throw a few points into faith. I'd rather have higher vit and end and str dex than faith than the cleric when doing a faith build. Normally I play at Sl85 anyway because by the end of the game thats what you get.
- Sat Jan 04, 2020 4:54 pm #16173301
one of my favorite classes, Its fun for a lot of utility spells and regular weapons. One thing i like to do is throw 1 point (maybe even more if I'm feeling extra Cleric, like 20 or 25) Put on the halberd and tower kite shield, then profit. I might sound like a noob, but i personally find sometimes fatrolling can be worth it. Early game even though the fat roll is inconvenient, you can still take way more hits. I prefer Ds1's Armor system over Ds3's. I get that they tried to balance armor but in ds1 it felt so rewarding optimizing and mixing your build for 10 minutes and then become a god for like 15 mins until you hit into a boss and do the fusion dance with the floor then go in again. Very fun, and i love the halberd with a undying passion.
- Sun Jan 16, 2022 3:47 pm #16402590
I am wearing full set of smough, steel protection ring and ring of favour and protection, while my shield is artorias sheield and the weapon is giants halberd. I am fat rolling, but it doesn't matter, because I DONT ROLL AT ALL. 10/10 gameplay, holding LB hours at a time
- Mon Sep 26, 2022 11:54 am #16779584
I don't think it'd be a bad idea at all, knight starts with great equipment. The only downside is having to mid-roll for most or all of the game, if that's really a concern to you