The Corrupted Divinity for Reaperess, while there isn't very much information on getting a skill such as this on sites or outside of the game (lol you noob Kradis...) I found it intriguingly difficult to wonder how to obtain the Ultimate Fury skill until I read you have to hit 50 to get it where the text is barely mentioned "Must talk to Zeil at so and so later on finish some quest, and I was like Zeil he's in runnersville must be 42+)
Adding on that last article...http://my.mmosite.com/858229/blog/item/c9_shamanreaperess_incredibly_fast_death_comes_quickly.html
Well I was 49 on that last article I wrote so rather than buying Borderlands 2 I leveled my Reaperess to 50, unbeknownst to me that the quest I was doing was a class quest(I finally looked at the legend icon and wondered why it said C :P I know E is for event D is for daily and C you can forget about because you rarely ever see them, no pun intended. C = Class.)
How long does it take to get this skill?
Well for starters you have to be level 50. (To accept the last portion of this long long quest line)
Lol I'll probably have quit by then
Well too bad, for me I thought it was awesome. I felt that nostalgic moment back in games before the year 2000 hit. Where everything looks hopeless and lost and everything's dead and you're the last vessel to carry out an extreme intense power to wipe out what's left of the enemy in order to bring some justice to what has happened to your fellow mates. Not to mention it doesn't take a lifetime to get to level 50 and it feels just about right in terms of those greater RPGs on consoles I played in the past, a rough amount of maybe 70-120 hours will get you here. Could be shorter, I mean I do my runs fairly slow and I never party, partying makes things fast in this game, it's the finding of a party that takes a while if you want to start point 0 together. Otherwise just consult the Adventurer Agent he/she'll hook you up!
Next thing you have to do is pretty much run every map in Runnersville on Master Difficulty with the associated quests on. Where you escort an NPC named Pico around on his adventures to show him the place and dangers of the world since he holds a power known only as being born from the descendant of some entity named Akene, the goddess. Could be wrong there but I do know Princess Ariel in Vimpeli says "Goddess Akene save us all" or something along those lines.
Now I don't really pay attention much in any game other than single players but this was actually getting interesting. I mean it's a free to play game after all, it's doing some kind of effort to make my character and myself feel great, mighty and powerful. After all those Master difficulty runs this was worth it. I mean in Runnersville Master difficulty I always get a lot of party requests to join, whereas in Vimpeli and Waterford from levels 1-42 I barely ever had people joining. In chat I always see people shouting to party up in this region and higher. I'm not saying I'm better or anything I just prefer to solo and ran most of these Master runs in about 10-15 mins. 7-9 if I don't pick up anything and kill to just open the door gates/portals. I don't know how well others perform on these runs.
But I always survive with a few thousand hp at the end after the boss NEARLY dying once every run, sometimes I do die and get wrecked, always achieving Excellent rank because I love those darned excellent Master beads so much.
To break it down for you, you must
Forced Labor Camp - Master
Wendigo Camp - Master
Norgant Front - Master
Soul Valley - Master
Lofty Heights - Master
Tahara Heights - Master
Ice Gorge - Master
Elquines Shelter - Master
Fallen Lunard Castle - Master
On average about 10-20 minutes each. This'll take you approximately 3 hours to do in a worst case scenario considering you don't fail/die and have to redo any of them. I'm using a +8 weapon level 47 going through all this as well but my armor is pure garbage being level 35 (I just like my char wearing black and looking deadly :P)
Lol at Pico's quote, if that's the power you gave me later on... how much stronger did you need to get O_o...?
Fricking show us what happened already
*Weak spoiler alert!*
Okay here's what happened. The final quest you say goodbye to Pico in the Dragon Mountains which by talking to Zeil after all those quests transports you there. Pico runs off with his 2 escorts/bodyguards as clawsworm(A type of enemy) are in pursuit of Pico due to him having the power of the goddess, Akene. You make it there you talk to him, you say goodbye and promise you'll meet each other again. and you part ways. Behind you as you're about to leave you see the clawsworm boss/general talk you down like some ass and you thoroughly wipe him (hopefully) and then go chase after the rest of the clawsworm that just zerg'ed past you and went after Pico. You follow in pursuit or you could hit Escape and hit Abandon and the whole instance will restart when you try it again later lol.
Nooo Pico!! SAVE HIM!
So you finally locate him some ways into a cavern and such and you fight that bastardizing clawsworm general again who was trashtalking you earlier. He cheap shots you in the face with some icicle shards and Pico takes his last breath trying to save your blind character haha. (I really enjoyed it. I did. Even though if it was like weak cutscene stuff it reminded me a lot of Resident Evil 1 cutscenes on the PSX just with way better graphics LOL)
This kid takes a bullet for you with his ultra invinci-barrier throughout those tour quests you had with him leading up to this point. Then he hands you the power... so you know... hold his hands! it's the right thing to do after all the adventures you've been through together with his knock-up-launch cheese beam that spawns on a monster's foot(which made me laugh every time it happened made getting Excellent rank so easy! crazy air combos)
What happens next?
Well this isn't a comic book or a graphic novel I'm presenting here, so this is what happened. Enjoy! Don't forget to set it to 1080p or 720p for max detail. I promise it's not long! less than 2minutes.
And yeah I truly believe without that using that skill which I tried for the first bit attacking the boss I probably would've died a lot rather than just 1 shot solo kill them. It was a bit slow at first because I was getting used to the controls and the moves the skill itself provided... Yes the ultimate fury grants its own set of moves.
I assume this scenario is the same for all classes but since this was just released thought I'd show it to players on something to look forward to!
I say lateview in the title meaning this is probably late game. Though I don't know 4/9 continents still feel early.
Reception: Wicked sick for a free game.
Costs of the skill: Activation requires you be in fury, requires you have 300 skillstones requires 5000 mana(that's like my whole bar...)
End comments: Oh sweet I unlocked the Legend/Title "Deathdealer" hohoho.
As always comments are welcome, please keep it civil thanks!