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Back when Toofoones could summon their own Baby Tofus.... I had SO much fun spamming them. Oh, the good times.
Or back when Demonic Rose could cast Lead Legs, and I'd use it to lock down enemies.
Or in early PvP, summoning a main attack monster, and then a few of the Gobblys from Incarnam, to take AP.
Or a selection of monsters built around Stunning, for defending myself in Mines.
Or poison/ -resist builds for bosses.
Several other things. Osas used to be really good at status infliction, though I would say they were, in most ways, still at a disadvantage to what they're going to be after the update tonight. But gosh, it was fun, and it sure worked wonders.
We need a higher level version of elite chafer so that the whole team gets a power boost.
Because I'm not interested in running Hardcore Gobball Dungeon at level 180 and I'm not interested in running "Hardcore" Ultimate Black Crow for the same reason.
I would rather see something new that pulls from the rich lore than recycle stuff we've already done to death and leave the older stuff for the players it's designed for, and not making THEM have to redo it at OUR level.
Remember, recreating harder versions of old content is not new content, it's padding.
Control determines how many Mechanical Systems or Creatures you can have out on the field.
Glyphs and Shields, for Fecas, are considered Mechanical Systems (Technomagic) and thus depend on Control from equipment, if you want a lot of flexibility to Summon a lot of them onto the battlefield, allies, or enemies.
CMC Damage, is a Damage Boost applied to "Controlled Mechanisms and Creatures", It may or may not apply to Feca Glyph Damage, I'm not really sure.
You can try the market but there are no NPC shops or anything of the sort. You're better off relying on some drops until you get to a higher level(eg. 100ish) and that's when weapons are really handy for their stats - you can usually buy the lower level ones quite cheap on the market however.
ok im still in in the first city do is there a market there? also is there like a drop list i can see?
If you look on your map (m) there should be a blackboard object, that's a board that essentially the market. For items you can check the fan site 'Wakfu elements' or wakfu's own encyclopaedia which should have a link on the main page of this site.
It seems the market function of Wakfu-elements is not working.
Feca is the 1st class I chose and I've stuck by it ever since. They are pretty bulky and can be good damage dealers if you use inversion. They are arguably the most complex class, buthe most fun too imo. Glyphs and armors are interesting mechanics and since there are multiple effects, its hard to get bored with fecas. Iops however are to simple, all you do is smash something until it dies or power up then smash. Outside of that, you can only temporarily increase your block, while fecas permanently have high block (unless you have gear with little block or solo without other players or MM).