The Accidental Tourist
Thank goodness for the tearblast arrows, and that I had as many healing herbs and as many potions as I did. After reviewing the situation myself, I didn’t realize how many times I came this| |close to dying, only to pop a potion or stop in the right location to use my medicine pouch.
The benefit of the cauldrons is apparently that you learn to hack better creatures. I upped the override tool to the next level of creature although I can’t tell you what those are because nowhere (that I’ve found) tells you what levels allow you to do what to whom.
That was about it for the night. Not only did I not feel that I could top what I really felt was the “fight of my life”, but I had to attend to the more mundane task of “having dinner”. Thankfully I had bedrolls and was able to teleport to the nearest campfire to save the game because had I died on the run back to the campfire, I would have been really pissed off.
* One thing I really love about this game is how the humans — who have lost all sense of technology that came after 500BC — view technology at or beyond what we have today. I found a cache that offered me an “ancient bright bracelet” (a digital watch) and “ancient chimes” (a set of keys on a keyring).