I don't like saying so, but most of the times I run away from them as soon as I grabbed the presents.
When I do fight them, I very nearly die, and have been downed several times.
Doesn't matter which region I'm in, btw.
Most of the others I can handle - golems are annyoing, but having a pet helps (they stun me, but not Ravage - at least not always).
So, what about you? Am I the only one who runs away from a princess doll?
(That sentence looks weird.)
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26-12-2012, 14:19 #1
Mysterious Present -> Princess Doll: Your experiences?
26-12-2012, 14:21 #2
26-12-2012, 14:45 #3
Depends what I'm playing. On my warrior I have no problem once I learned to just use my bow. My mesmer does OK but I usually have to break combat midway.
The golems are the only ones that give me issues with either character. I get stunlocked and can't do anything. My warrior can slowly take them down but my mesmer can't take the dmg.
26-12-2012, 14:57 #4
26-12-2012, 15:00 #5
Are you melee? If you're close to them they apply lots of confusion... I think it's when they scream.
26-12-2012, 15:02 #6
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How to beat them? Either get away from them when they do that or wait for the confusion stacks to go away.
Did you really never notice that you were being bombarded by confusion?
26-12-2012, 18:12 #7
I consume the conditions or preferably transfer it to them. If you are not a Necromancer keep your distance and pack condition removal.
26-12-2012, 19:07 #8
Yeah but with princess: Open present and get knocked down -> princess surrounds you -> 25 stacks of confusion
If you have a friend or two in the close vicinity to shoot them down from distance, it's doable (though it's rarely worth the effort IMO).
26-12-2012, 19:22 #9
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The point is that confusion does nothing unless you use skills. So you can kite and afaik dodging is safe too. Wait till confusion wears out, and then start using your skills.
In theory anyway.
26-12-2012, 19:25 #10
Its like empathy and backfire nicely bundled into a condition that stacks in intensity. If you don't have condition removal best thing to do is wait it out or run away.
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