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Duriel kicked my Bowazon's butt (3x)

Discussion in 'MSC Clan' started by Azrael, Jul 31, 2000.

  1. Azrael

    Azrael Peasant

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    Fighting Duriel sucks when your a Bowazon. There is no where to run to get a safe distance away to shoot him from, eeech. I still beat him due to my proliferous use of town portals (course I also died 3 times during the fight). Oh well just ranting.

    Azrael

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  2. Keeksy

    Keeksy Peasant

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    Once you reach SLV 30, go back and pay him a vist to show him who's boss. [​IMG]

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  3. FallenOne

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    Damn i thought Duriel was the easyest boss of all (i havent beaten diablo yet tho).
    i used about 4 life potions to take him out with my Barbarian [​IMG]

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  4. mud

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    For rnagered attackers like the amazon and sorrceress he is a pain in the ass because thee is no running room, for diablo u have alot of running space which sould make it easier, BUT ( THSI IS GOING TO BE A SPOILER!!!!!!!)

    SPOILER!!!
    SPOLIER!!!

    ok there is my little warning for u who havnt gotten to diablo.

    Daiblos fire nova is quite painful if u dont hvae high fire recistances, and even worse is his pink lighting that drains mana and health, took 2 shots to kill my sorrceress, whos has 200 life.

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    When?
     

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