[ Name: Ian Cloud.
Level: Human (other worlder) LV.53
Attribute: Lightning & Thunder
• Stats :
Dual-element: 11.01 ( Lightning, Thunder )
Unassigned stat points: 30.194 ]
To be quite honest, my current stats looked quite magnificent if one was to consider that I didn't assign most of the stat points I gained so far, so being able to handle lv.80 monsters normally while being an actual lv.20+ was quite the feat.
However, limiting myself from using what I risked so much to gain seemed like another foolish idea, especially when considering that gaining stat points from normal training doesn't look feasible with how high they became.
Only when I actually assigned my current stat points wisely would I reach my full potential as a lv.53 who gained fake levels during the tutorial, and eventually turn the danger looming over my back into a mock battle for training.
In conclusion, after considering my fighting style so far and the unexpected ( bad ) surprise that I encountered yesterday, I realized that my current stats had about four or five directions that they could develop in.
The three major ones would be the following, something that I needed to improve on, something that I lacked and lastly something that I truly needed.
After gaining my body of elements and realizing my following path, it was quite obvious that my strongest point at the moment and mostly even later is and would be speed.
However, during my battle with the ogre patriarch and my escape from the shadow assassin, I obviously couldn't overwhelm them with my speed and had to rely on stamina recovery to tire them out before getting rid of them, either by finishing them off or losing them.
The actual reason for that was quite obvious if one were to think about it for a second, even though my speed amplification ability was quite unparalleled due to having two elements which both have speed as a major power, the root of this power was still relying on the root of my speed, my base agility stat….
So when considering that my other enemies had lower speed amplification abilities but higher base agility, my overwhelming speed advantage would turn into a simple advantage that I could lose at any point.
Simply only by increasing my agility stat further would I be able to turn speed into my true ace ability and main advantage as well.
As for the thing that I lacked the most, that would be a trump card, all my abilities were just versatile weapon abilities and mostly were for close quarter combat or small ranged ones, unless I used my bow that is.
Thinking about the abilities I gained so far, the most suitable one to turn into a trump card would be my 'Telekinesis'!
However, for it to be truly useful, it would depend on how much my current wisdom attribute would increase to, allowing 'Telekinesis' to act like a third or even a fourth hidden hand…
As for the thing that I truly needed, it would only be the stat that I thought I could neglect the most, my Perception.
I actually believed that 10 point of Perception that already passed the normal human limit would be enough for most dangerous battles and would coordinate well with my 'Combat senses' but my encounter yesterday and the sneak attack of the shaman proved me quite wrong in that line of thought.
Finally, the only two minor paths left would be Strength and Constitution, as they both had an impact at my raw combat power, but due to my other needs, they were truly the last two things I needed to work on.
Of course, there was still my dexterity, but as the only right thing that I expected, my current dexterity seemed to be enough to wield even the hardest of weapons and apply intermediate arts without a hitch, though there may be a need to work on it later, now wasn't the right time to do that.
Finally, after I lined my needs in mind, the only thing left to do was to decide on how to distribute my current free points accordingly...
- First chapter of today! enjoy!
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