Sorry, my misunderstanding. I used dust or argentine oil anyhow. I didn't have any insect oil with me as spiders weren't exactly an issue at that point.flashintheflesh said:
I think you have too much toxic in body, that's why you can't cast the signSeefer said:Also, I'm finding that combat when using Blizzard is extremely dodgy and it often seems that the combat round is completely out of sync with what's going on on the screen. Many times I'm trying to cast a sign but nothing happens even though I have plenty of Endurance left. I'm also finding that even at a distance I'm being hit by the Koschay and watching my health plummet like a Courtesans underwear (and no it's not the Bleed effect doing damage to me).
There are tentacles at either end of the "room" that are just for show -- don't try to kill those, because they don't die.You need to kill the tentacles that are in the middle of the room, and the head. If you deal enough damage to the tentacles, the head will rise for a time, then go back down. So it's damage the tentacles until head rises, damage the head until it sinks, return to damaging the tentacles, repeat until the damned thing is dead. As a water creature, it's very sensitive to Igni, and that's probably the best way to kill it. If you don't have a lot of talent points in Igni, you can kill it with a sword. If you have enough points in Group Style, use Group Silver on the tentacles, then switch to individual for the head.Whoever accompanies you -- Yaevinn, Siegfried, or Triss -- is needed by the plot and can't die, so you don't need to protect them. They may look dead, but after they've been unconscious for awhile, they'll get back up and resume fighting as if nothing happened. So concentrate on protecting you from the Zeugl; your companion will be fine.unit3d said:Ugh, now I'm stuck at an even MORE annoying place. The Zeugl. It seems like no matter how many times I try to kill it it won't die! These boss battles are really getting annoying. Any tips for fighting this thing?
IMO the Koschey was easier than Javed, because I never died with the Koschey. With Javed I died many times. Azar was faster. I didn't run around, because it took too much time. I wanted to beat Javed as soon as possible.unit3d said:I finally beat it, and Azar Javed, who was 10x easier! I basically ran around setting down Quen and shooting Ingi's then ended it with sword.
Yes this Dragon Dream strategy is fun. You should take care the the fiery breath of the dragon won't roast Geralt as well which I expierenced on first attempts. After you plant the bombs take a saftey distant when you ignite the bombs with Igni.Cory'a adivise is good and should lead you to your victoryMaxStrauss said: