Talk:Mountain giant

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You are certain that the mountain giant is healthy.
You are certain that the mountain giant is somewhat fatigued.
You are certain that it is quite a bit stronger than you are.
You are certain that it is significantly less agile than you are.
You are certain that it is definitely less disciplined than you are.
You are certain that it is quite a bit less quick to react than you are.
You are certain that it is somewhat less conditioned than you are.
Taking stock of its offensive abilities, and defending with a gargoyle-hide targe, you are certain that the mountain giant is definitely less skilled.
Taking stock of its defensive abilities, and attacking with your fists, you are certain that the mountain giant is a very difficult opponent.
If you brawled with the enemy, you are certain that it would train exceptionally well, but you probably won't be landing many blows.
If you defended by parrying attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train very poorly.
If you defended by evading attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train very poorly.
If you defended by blocking attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train very poorly.
If you attempted to beguile the enemy with tactics, you are certain that it would train somewhat poorly.
If you targeted and cast a spell at the enemy, you are certain that it would train very poorly.
If you attempted to debilitate the enemy, you are certain that it would train somewhat poorly.
--JHALIASCLERIC (talk) 09:07, 6 August 2015 (CDT)

141 Parry - If you defended by parrying attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train exceptionally well.
381 Evasion - If you defended by evading attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train rather well.
312 Shield - If you defended by blocking attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train very well.
206 Tactics - If you attempted to beguile the enemy with tactics, you are certain that it would train exceptionally well, but you probably won't be affecting it.
422 PM 330 TM - If you targeted and cast a spell at the enemy, you are certain that it would train rather well.
259 Debilitation - If you attempted to debilitate the enemy, you are certain that it would train very well, provided you can affect it.

Removed "Still locking defenses at ~600 ranks." from front page since evasion at 540 stays at 1/34.

(JUNE 2016)

  • You are certain that the mountain giant is healthy.
  • You are certain that the mountain giant is slightly fatigued.
  • You are certain that it is somewhat stronger than you are.(59+)
  • You are certain that it is definitely less agile than you are.(45)
  • You are certain that it is somewhat less disciplined than you are.(50)
  • You are certain that it is rather less quick to react than you are.(45+)
  • You are certain that it is somewhat less conditioned than you are.(50+)
  • Taking stock of its offensive abilities, and defending with a skirmisher's shield and a tempered footman's flail, you are certain that the mountain *giant is a less skilled opponent.
  • Taking stock of its defensive abilities, and attacking with a tempered footman's flail, you are certain that the mountain giant is a harmless opponent.
  • If you attacked with a tempered footman's flail, you are certain that the enemy would train acceptably.(314)
  • If you threw the flail at the enemy you are certain that it would train rather well.
  • If you defended by parrying attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train acceptably.(449)
  • If you defended by evading attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train acceptably.(420)
  • If you defended by blocking attacks, you are certain that the enemy would train acceptably.(465)
  • If you attempted to beguile the enemy with tactics, you are certain that it would train somewhat poorly.
  • If you targeted and cast a spell at the enemy, you are certain that it would train acceptably.(389)
  • If you attempted to debilitate the enemy, you are certain that it would train acceptably.(386)
  • Lockpicking(427)traps are mostly "minor"