When I was going to meet Succubus, there was a "sick" nobleman leaning to her house and he glowed red He was not attacking or anything, just throwing up.Weird though, I saw a rabbit turn into a "red" enemy state a few days ago. I was busy fighting something else though and didn't follow up on it.
Oh, he was part of the quest. You could talk to him.When I was going to meet Succubus, there was a "sick" nobleman leaning to her house and he glowed red He was not attacking or anything, just throwing up.
While it may be a waste of a button to bind them separately, it is way more comfortable to me to separate witcher senses and parry and assign them to MB4 and MB5. because MB4 is easier for me to keep pressed for the senses and MB5 is easier for me to tap for a counter attack/reflect arrow and it is not bad to keep pressed if I need too. I only got used to it bcs there was nothing else I needed to remap.@RageGT , @Brogan80 , @RidiculousName
I am an arrow key player & my mouse left / right keys are bind to original actions which is fast attack / parry & ws. I am using mb4 for roll & mb5 for jump so it's getting really hard for me to use strong attack as my other keyboard keys are bind to other imp. actions. sprint/run/walk actions having toggle key so may be toggle key for strong attack going to help some users like me & as I said it really not matter as fast attck & other things are enough to beat any enemy but still
Strong attack rules! Combo'ing them with fast attacks is extremely efficient too.If my mouse had more than three buttons, I'd definitely bind more actions to it. But since it doesn't I'm stuck with having to reserve more keys for controls.
Now that I'm actually able to use strong attack, I've found myself taking advantage of it.