Talk:Quartz gargoyle

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Yes, sorry I forgot to look at the thing while I was killing them. -- Hervean

Comparison

So I tried out gargoyles and I though I'd try quartz and make a comparison: I'd have to say that quartz are noticibly tougher than granite. I can handle three granite, but one quartz hit me pretty hard.

You are certain that the granite gargoyle is healthy.
You are certain that it is not quite as agile as you are.
You are certain that it is about as quick to react as you are.
You are certain that it is somewhat weaker than you are.
Taking stock of its offensive abilities, and defending with a curved steel iltesh with a carved bone hilt and wearing a reinfored leather shield, you are certain that the granite gargoyle is a slightly less skilled opponent.
Taking stock of its defensive abilities, and attacking with a curved steel iltesh with a carved bone hilt, you are certain that the granite gargoyle is an easy opponent.

You are certain that the quartz gargoyle is healthy.
You are certain that it is about as agile as you are.
You are certain that it is apparently as quick to react as you are.
You are certain that it is about as strong as you are.
Taking stock of its offensive abilities, and defending with a curved steel iltesh with a carved bone hilt and wearing a reinforced leather shield, you are certain that the quartz gargoyle is a very difficult opponent.
Taking stock of its defensive abilities, and attacking with a curved steel iltesh with a carved bone hilt, you are certain that the quartz gargoyle is a quite difficult opponent.

And this is with : 26 strength, 24 agility, and 22 reflex

shield 107 parry 105 evasion 121

ME 110


Something I notice about quartz gargs is they are noticably tougher at night. They are easier than they used to be for me, but I currently have plate armor ~160, shield in the 150s, parry in the 140s, and primary weapon (polearms) in the 150s, and I still die there from time to time if I am wounded and can't get past the stuns. They also kill me from time to time by destroying my chest. --nkstroud 16:29 3 July 2015 (MDT)

With 3 quartz gargoyles on me, they taught parry up to 250. --TEVESHSZAT 17:54, 5 May 2012 (UTC)

-They hard cap evasion around 280, with up to 4. Shield still slowly learning at 265. --Leito 02:42, 19 June 2012 (UTC)

You can probably start these guys well before 180. With 180 parry, 160 shield and evasion I'm barely getting touched with 3 on me. And they're dropping like flies with 160s in weapons. Parry is already appraising at "would train somewhat poorly." -- Hilbert