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now for something different 6 months 1 week ago #13

It's really tough to pick one favorite, but maybe Cloak of Shadowskin. Even the new version is quite strong still. Choosing the right moment to use it is an important yet tricky decision each run, since it can potentially prevent a massive amount of damage, but you also might never get a better opportunity later. Also, when a successful hit against you comes with a nasty side-effect, and you can prevent that effect too, it's even better!
Classes Played: Barbarian (23 times), Monk (17), Ranger (12), Rogue (10), Cleric (9), Fighter (9), Dwarf Fighter (7), Paladin (5), Druid (5), Elf Wizard (2), Wizard (2), Bard (1)

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #14

I think my favorite Token as far as it's effect in the Dungeon is the +2 Cestus of Sundering. Our fighters have been outfitted with them since they came out. Every time they hit the monster (for the first three times) it drops the monster's AC by 2, which is like giving the whole party +2 to hit each time. :)

Does anyone else still use these?

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #15

+1 Mighty Longbow. I don't even use one, but I pulled one in my 3rd or 4th pack of tokens after my first ever TD run and I credit it strongly with getting hopelessly hooked on TD.

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #16

For fun, the +2 Sling Bullet of Gazebo Slaying.

For playing, my first UR was +2 Holy Great Sword. Had to trade with Mike Steele for it. My chosen class is Paladin so I had to have one.

Of course, I now have the +5 Ava’s Holy Avenger which allows me the benefits of the Blessed Redoubt Set. But I will keep the Holy Great Sword even if I were to quit TD, it holds a special place in my collection.

Favorite I do not own would be Boots of the Four Winds. I don’t expect to ever get one, short of hitting the lottery or Publisher’s Clearing House drawing. More realistically, I plan to obtain a Boots off the North Wind one day. Of course, BotFW comes up on eBay more than the UR boots...

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #17

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Gotta go with my woodie Ring Of Regeneration. It holds a special place for me and how it was obtained.
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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #18

Ro-gan wrote: Gotta go with my woodie Ring Of Regeneration. It holds a special place for me and how it was obtained.


Mine holds a special meaning also for a similar reason.

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #19

Mike Steele wrote: I think my favorite Token as far as it's effect in the Dungeon is the +2 Cestus of Sundering. Our fighters have been outfitted with them since they came out. Every time they hit the monster (for the first three times) it drops the monster's AC by 2, which is like giving the whole party +2 to hit each time. :)

Does anyone else still use these?

I have been trying to talk the fighter in my group to get one, but I think he has his eye on a +2 Deadly Drow Blood Mace. The +2 blood mace is the UR I wanted super bad my first year doing TD. I’ll likely never get one because I play cleric and the +2 blood mace rarely is for sale, but it’s still one of my favorite ideas... Paladin with Templar armor, icecraig, and +2 blood mace.

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #20

Boots of the Four Winds
Because a very good friend surprised me by having Felurian give it to me on my birthday. It was a total shock and I loved it.
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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #21

My favorite is my Ring of Heroism. It was my first transmute and got me hooked. I loved the thematic elements behind its transmutation requirements. Finish some hard dungeons (completion tokens), loot some monsters (golden fleece), etc.

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #22

I don't own one, but a Shaed. Big Kingkiller fan. Taborlin's Key was going to be something I picked up for the reference, too, although we'll see what next year brings for that.

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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #23

Wow. It's soooo hard to pick just one Token. And I bet my answer would change from month to month but right now I would have to say the Bracer of Quivering Palm. I always loved the killer blow ability of the Monk back in my AD&D days and having that slight chance of an insta kill is awesome!! I still use it in my Monk build today.
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now for something different 6 months 6 days ago #24

Dave Autzen wrote: Favorite I do not own would be Boots of the Four Winds. I don’t expect to ever get one, short of hitting the lottery or Publisher’s Clearing House drawing. More realistically, I plan to obtain a Boots off the North Wind one day. Of course, BotFW comes up on eBay more than the UR boots...


I almost said that instead. Extremely powerful token! Maybe even the strongest all-class token in the game.
Classes Played: Barbarian (23 times), Monk (17), Ranger (12), Rogue (10), Cleric (9), Fighter (9), Dwarf Fighter (7), Paladin (5), Druid (5), Elf Wizard (2), Wizard (2), Bard (1)

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