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Realms of Ancient War

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There are a maximum of 12 Realms of Ancient War achievements worth 335 (200)

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Eternal Hero in Realms of Ancient War

Eternal Hero68 (25)

This is a rare achievementFinish the game with all heroes

  • Unlocked by 594 tracked gamers (13% - TA Ratio = 2.73) 4,462  

Achievement Guide for Eternal Hero

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Achievement won on 13 Oct 12
TA Score for this game: 335
Posted on 14 October 12 at 03:42, Edited on 21 December 12 at 22:22
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This achievement requires that you finish the game with all three heroes. This is a fairly simple affair because it can be done on easy. All you need to do is finish the game on easy with all three characters. Some simple tips to do so...

1. Always buy the purple or orange armor from the shops you pass by. It is very unlikely you will find better stuff from enemies (although it is certainly possible). That extra armor will help an awful lot. The shop in the Desert of Hoth stage sells the best weapon in the game for your class (or close to it) make sure to buy it.

2. After you level up once in an area, it is very unlikely you'll get enough experience from the enemies that are left to level up again because of how little experience you get. On top of that, you gain experience very quickly when you enter a new area, so that experience is almost wasted. So, once you level up once in an area, run through it to save time. The only exception would be if you think you need more stuff to sell for gold to buy items later on. 100k would be enough for the last batch. Whether you want to get gold before then to buy the armor sets on the way is up to you.

3. When facing enemies that use the poison that slows you (mostly basilisks and mages) target them first. Getting slowed when enemies are swarming you is generally going to get you killed unless you blow a bunch of healing pots.

4. Pick mana preservation over using mana pots. Once you get level 2-3 in it you will rarely run out of mana (except on the Wizard, who needs 3) and the mana pots can be sold for a good chunk of change (350-400 a pop). Most of the skills in everyone's trees aren't that great, so you won't be starving for skill points anyway.

5. For the Warrior, all you really need is the skill that lets you leech life. Use it for the tough fights. His defense is otherwise high enough you can survive everything else. With his leech buff, you are damn near invulnerable.

6. For the Wizard, you need to kite an awful lot. Kiting is basically just running around, avoiding attacks and gathering enemies into groups so you can blast them with spells. I found the 3 starting spells to be perfectly fine, although I'd pick up the lightning spell when you hit 10. His fireball, once leveled, does decently well against clusters but I kept it mostly to trade with other ranged characters I didn't want to get close to.

7. The Rogue is in kind of a bad place, her ranged isn't as good as the Wizard, her melee isn't as good as the Warrior. Regardless, you can stick to her melee for most of the game and be just fine. Use her bow to trade shots with other ranged people you don't want to get close to. Her hundred blades, and it's focus skill, thousand blades, are priorities once you hit level 10, they are very useful. Once you hit 20 she gets a buff that increases all her stats, and another buff that increases your critical hit chance. These two are useful for bosses or big groups of tough enemies.

Lastly, you might have read around that it is glitched, and it certainly is. It is very unlikely you will get it to unlock first time. All you need to do is keep playing the last stage (I used the Rogue, the last character I beat the story with) until it unlocks. I only had to do it once. You might have to do it more. Contrary to the above, difficulty DOES NOT matter, and you DO NOT need to replay the story a fourth time. I finished the story 3 times on easy and got it after redoing the Rogue's last stage once. I think I've heard of it taking up to 9 times doing the last stage, but it will work. For whatever reason, I didn't get the usual pop up when I unlocked this though. It stealth unlocked during the credits after my second attempt. So, if you don't see the pop-up, check your achievements just in case.
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