Unlocked the hidden aspect for the Sword. It seems really fun - and it's definitely the coolest-looking Aspect.
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I finally was able to give him his last Nectar after another win
I've really, really loved my time with this game but it's time to put it down for now; I have four weapons completely maxed out and two Chthonic Companions; I'd need about 20 more Ambrosias and Titan Bloods to finish maxing all weapons and companions.
How in the world did you max out your weapons before your companions? Did you trade your ambrosias away for titan's blood?
I was of that opinion for a while as well, but after giving Dusa and Skelly their fair shakes to fill out the codex, I've come around on them. Skelly is actually pretty good for boss damage because you don't have to dodge stuff for a good long while, and Dusa really cleans up midbosses, which are often less predictable than the bosses you fight every run. (There's a good case to be made for Dusa on Extreme Measures 4, for that matter.)I usually just run with Companion Shady because it's nice to have a little mid-fight healing and also up money just before hitting the end of an area for just a little more Golden Touch gains. Dusa and Skelly's Companions are adorable but they don't help me much with killing bosses quickly, which for me personally is the point of Companions
I only use Thanatos's and his seems to directly target the closest enemy. (normally, for me, just one boss enemy) His doesn't damage immediately so they can move. (boy, can they!) I've... never used the others so I otherwise can't say.Is there any real way to figure out how summoned companions work?
Like where they target? You can't summon them vs. Skelly and at x/escape playing around to work them out is a pain.