Greetings everyone. I'm Prisoner, host of the Classics group, and today I'm introducing a new series of discussions - Let's Fight. This series, for which we'll be posting new entries every mid-week, will focus on creatures. More precisely, we'll be looking at combating them.

We're looking for strategies, weapons, spells and other such things that can effectively deal with them. Similar to our other series, Let's Guide, the strategies will be drawn from the community, so feel free to tell us whatever it is you use to deal with the creature in question. The creature type will change every week, of course. If you don't have a particular method you use to fight these creatures, maybe you have a story to tell about an epic or fun encounter with them. All are welcome!

This week, in spirit of dragon week, we're covering the closest thing the older games have to dragons - cliff racers (come on Paul, it's close enough ). If you've played Morrowind, or even heard of it, you probably know about these guys. These terrors from the depths of hell.

Just the picture horrifies me.


*Shudders* Now these things are absolutely horrible. They fly down to you, and then hover there beating the crap out of you as you desperately try to stop them. I don't think anybody likes them (except Emer but he's weird our amazingly glorious leader), and that's one of the main reasons we're talking about how to utterly crush them. So how do you deal with the harrowing experience of encountering a cliff racer? Perhaps you have a tale of one such experience? Share your strategies, items or stories here!

SPELLS

Levitation Something about the way the physics or whatever works, a Levitate spell targeted at the Cliff Racers will make them drop out of the sky, taking falling damage when they splat. (Paul England)

STRATEGIES

The Hunter Becomes the Hunted - Levitation + 100% Chameleon (Karver)

Tags: Classics, Cliff racers are basically dragons, Dragon Week, Game:MW, I love Saint Jiub, If you say cliff racers aren't dragons you're racist, Let's Fight, Please no cliff racers, Prisoner, Someone once said I was cool, More…Type:Guide

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