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October 4th, 2008, 04:13
They will close to extended melee range (not close enough for you to melee back without a polearm) after a few breaths of fire, so it's best IMO to take that last couple steps toward them so you can bring your heavy hitters into the fray. It takes quite a few arrows to wipe out a 200-300hp critter…

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