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  • illMac99
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    I'm annoyed by the way this game handles combat, but I've generally accepted that and tried to get over it to enjoy the rest of this game... until I faced Redwalda that is. Sure, he's stupid, immune to fire and has a shield that covers his front and back, but that's fine because all the elites are stupid in this game. My problem is that when I have to switch off him to clean up patroling mobs, Redwalda heals all his damage and armor back to full! I thought I was making a mistake, so I fought him again, and as soon as more patrols showed up he was back to 100%. At that point I was redfaced so I pulled out all the stops, even got some friendly NPCs in on the fight, but as soon as I got him down to the part where he firebombs the ground around him, he healed back to full and charged me.

    Rather than break my controller and smash my television, I decided to fast travel out of the battle and come to this forum. Please fix this mfer before I burn my house down and blame it on a low-level boss fight.

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