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is high agility a must for mournings end 2?


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I got it to 60, attampted and failed to much for my liking, I came back with 65 and I was fine with my fail rate, it also puts you in a good position with run and possible future quests, so, if you don't absolutely hate agility (like my hate to Runecrafting) i'd do it. ;)

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It's not a "must" but it is definitely something you would want for that quest. Trust me, you will fail that obstacle way too many times. The annoying part is that you have no defence bonuses, 3-4 space inventory, food/prayer potion supply draining and protect prayer on all at the same time. Mix that up with running god-knows-how-long just to redo the obstacle course and you'll have enough to piss off Ghandi.

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It's not a "must" but it is definitely something you would want for that quest. Trust me, you will fail that obstacle way too many times. The annoying part is that you have no defence bonuses, 3-4 space inventory, food/prayer potion supply draining and protect prayer on all at the same time. Mix that up with running god-knows-how-long just to redo the obstacle course and you'll have enough to piss off Ghandi.

 

 

 

Why shouldn't you have defence bonus? Just bring armor and equip it inside the temple. That way you don't have to pray.

 

 

 

I recommend at least 60 agility to do the quest, but than you'll fall quite a few times anyway. 65+ would be best. Don't forget to bring a few summer pies; they heal you, boost agility and restore energy.

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I never fell or failed anything in the quest once at 61 agility, I don't get what the big fuss is lol.

 

 

 

You must have the luck of an [when I think of someone who is really lucky, i'll put it here] or, you're lying.

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Yes it is.

 

I boosted my Agility up to 69 and still failed quite a few times. I think i was 66 Agility when

 

i did the quest.

 

 

 

But you can try. Take a few summer pies with you when you do (they boost agility 3)

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I never fell or failed anything in the quest once at 61 agility, I don't get what the big fuss is lol.

 

 

 

You must have the luck of an [when I think of someone who is really lucky, i'll put it here] or, you're lying.

 

 

 

Hate to make enemies here on TIF, but you are definitely lying. Everyone fails the obstacle course on ME2 and ME2 IS a big fuss.

 

 

 

There is no way that 61 agility could've bypassed that obstacle.

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I never fell or failed anything in the quest once at 61 agility, I don't get what the big fuss is lol.

 

 

 

You must have the luck of an [when I think of someone who is really lucky, i'll put it here] or, you're lying.

 

 

 

Hate to make enemies here on TIF, but you are definitely lying. Everyone fails the obstacle course on ME2 and ME2 IS a big fuss.

 

 

 

There is no way that 61 agility could've bypassed that obstacle.

 

I did it in 3 tries with 60. Seriously, you either get lucky with 60 or still fail with 70+, I don't think it's worth training agility just for the obstacle. Make sure you bring some summer pies.

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It's not a "must" but it is definitely something you would want for that quest. Trust me, you will fail that obstacle way too many times. The annoying part is that you have no defence bonuses, 3-4 space inventory, food/prayer potion supply draining and protect prayer on all at the same time. Mix that up with running god-knows-how-long just to redo the obstacle course and you'll have enough to piss off Ghandi.

 

 

 

Why shouldn't you have defence bonus? Just bring armor and equip it inside the temple. That way you don't have to pray.

 

 

 

I recommend at least 60 agility to do the quest, but than you'll fall quite a few times anyway. 65+ would be best. Don't forget to bring a few summer pies; they heal you, boost agility and restore energy.

 

Armour weighs much more than prayer gear...and we know how rune energy is important there. Lucky you guys, I didn't have Spirit terrorbirds back then. ;_;

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I would just do what some others said, bring summer pies for your food they boost you 5 agil levels, restore run by 10%, and heal you 11 hp per bite (22 per pie). Its gonna take you a few hours to get your agility up to a good level but you'll still fail regardless. So ya...just go for it, hope for the best, try not to fall 50+ times like me, and get past the most annoying quest ever.

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