Why can't I have these quests too.
The Gamer 22 is out.
The better question is, why can't we have a "real life RPG" manga/manhwa that isn't based on MMOs and is based on actual RPGs, or even better, roguelikes?
Also, the guy can't min-max for shit.
Put points into Int, because muh skillpoints (aka, your masteries are raised faster) and muh magic (and muh intelligence, of course), put points into Dex, because magic bolts are ranged touch attacks and Dex also helps with your AC, and minmax everything leftover into Luk, because when you have luck, you don't need Wis for decision making, 'cause you're naturally lucky, and you become generally damn lucky. What was he even thinking putting shit into Strength and other shit, if he wants to be a squishy mage?
By the way, Incursion uses the same system mixed with actual d20 and did it since 1999.
Isn't his mom the only quest giver seen so far? I don't think she's just a natural ability user. Maybe she's gaia personified?
Well, he admits he it was stupid to put his first points into strength. But he has a point when he says that if be is more intelligent, he will distribute his points better.
And when a presumably physical skill requires 90 int, then that means that eventually that will be a normal amount even for a fightertype.
We all know that it'll be his taunt and dishwashing skills that'll save him though.
>But he has a point when he says that if be is more intelligent, he will distribute his points better.
And that's where he is wrong.
>A character with a High Intelligence but Low Wisdom might be incredibly book smart, but continually makes poor decisions, is absent-minded in the extreme, and tends to miss "little picture" stuff in favor of "big picture" stuff. This is the incredibly learned wizard who basically needs a handler wherever he goes due to his eccentricity. One example might be Walter Bishop from the TV show Fringe, if that makes sense.
>A character with Low Intelligence but High Wisdom might be considered a dullard by society's standards, but has some matter of insight, or might be very attuned to the smaller things in life. This person might be illiterate or might be an idiot savant, but they have a way of picking up on the simple, straightforward solutions that other people miss, perhaps because they're going for the "big picture" stuff.
Basically, decision-making is affected by Wisdom, not Intelligence. And he doesn't have enough Wisdom to realize it. Oh, the ironing.
Maybe his mom gave him that ability just so he can take his life more seriously instead of playing games all the time, so she made his life a game so he can focus on that.
Cleaver/10, made me laugh.
I wanted to see the ghost
forgot the image
Ghosts probably have concealment bonus to-miss.
>The better question is, why can't we have a "real life RPG" manga/manhwa that isn't based on MMOs and is based on actual RPGs, or even better, roguelikes?
This is Korea, land of online gaming. They don't remember what offline RPGs are.
Depends on the game. I remember Maplestory used Luk instead of Dex for magical accuracy.
obligatory: red or blue?
>red: titty monster, rather stupid, strong as fuck
>blue: dyke hair, bullies MC, wears black silk lace panties
again, still waiting for more options
Red is cute.
Both are good not enough info to pick one over the other at this point.
Wonder what the deal with his mom is. She's obviously pretty powerful, what with her level and attributes being hidden like the elders, but I can't help but ask how many more quests he has to complete before he unlocks her route.
red as a comrade and ally
blue as a fuckdoll
It depends on what the level cap is. If there isn't one, he's probably never going to find out, because she's likely rising in level all the time too, as is the nature of demigod-tier characters.
If there's a hard level cap though, he's bound to find out at the most inopportune time.