I am playing through Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn for the first time in a while.

I’ve been thinking about when to dual class Imoen, and have three reasons why it might be the right time now.

With my new character, Minsc, I can put Imoen in the front row and use her to heal him. In the back rows she is too fragile for long battles with lots of enemies – dual classing will beef her up a bit more.

Dual classing means I’ll have access to some spellcasting abilities that are useful throughout Shadows of Amn. For example, Protection from Fire could be helpful against Firkraag’s fireballs or if we explore Rashemen in ToB (more on this below).

Finally, there’s just something really satisfying about having two mages together at once!

In conclusion.. now might not be such a bad time after all to make Imoen into a mage.

Lesson learned: with a good party, Imoen can still be an invaluable asset to the group even if she’s no longer directly contributing damage.

Intro Paragraphs (to give some background): for those who might not know me, my name is Josh and I’m currently playing through Baldur’s Gate II on Enhanced Edition . Now that we’re in Amn during Throne of Bhaal , it was time for me to make another character… so I decided to dual class Imoen into being a wizard. It took her from having low HP as a thief or bard up towards 100% chance-to-hit when casting spells at level 30 – which makes sense given that 50% of her hit points are coming from her intelligence stat.

The first time I made Imoen a wizard, she was my main character and all of the sudden- fizzle! My mage would barely do any damage with their spells at higher levels due to some unforeseen balance issues. This is when things got interesting for me, because it became something more than just playing through Baldur’s Gate II; It felt like participating in an engineering challenge where I needed to figure out how best to make use of Imoen in order for her not only survive but thrive as well.

In Part One , we talked about what happened when I took away most of Imoen’s equipment so that she could focus on being a spellcaster

which led to the unintended consequence of having her hit points come from her intelligence stat.

In this part, I’ll talk about what happened when we tried to give Imoen some equipment and make the most out of all that she could do as a dual-class character.

First off is giving Imoen back some gear so that she can be both a spellcaster AND an archer at the same time by using ranged weapons such as bows or crossbows . This was intriguing because it seemed like there would be more diversity in how our party handled enemies during combat encounters – which made us feel less predictable while fighting higher level groups of monsters. Second , we decided to go with melee weapons for Imoen’s second set again but instead switched to daggers (instead of knives) and axes (instead of swords). This decision was made because we wanted to try out a more stealthy approach by using daggers as her secondary weapon – but also have the benefit of being able to use axes for some heavy damage on tougher opponents. Third, since Imoen can wear only light armor for now , it seems logical that she should be wearing leather armor so that she could become better protected against melee attackers while maintaining enough mobility during combat encounters with ranged enemies .

Since we were experimenting around with what items might work well with dual-classing Imoen’s character build at this point in time, it would make sense for us not to give her any new equipment until after our next major boss encounter which will be fighting Bodhi.

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How I’m going to go about doing it and why now is a good time for me to do so.

What my character in game looks like right before she’s set to be hit by an enemy spell that will kill her–so you can see what having less life points as someone who has imoen at level one means when fighting enemies this early on (although throughout most of Throne Of Bhaal, Imoen had more than enough health). This also shows how much damage these spells did early on if they were able to knock out characters quickly even though they don’t have many levels or stats yet because they’re still new players themselves.

A breakdown of Imoen’s stats, both as a level nine fighter and a level one cleric with no spells.

An overview on why it might be better to dual class imoen now instead of wait until she is at least level ten–when most people assume you should start thinking about leveling up your character in another area. The reasons being that if I do this right away, I can get the experience points for my rogue levels before they’re too high from when Imoen has gone through her thief quests later in the game; also because waiting will mean having to put more time into getting back to where we are now or spending additional money replaying content (expiring characters) so that we don’t have Dear Reader, I’ve been traveling the realms of Faerûn for more than a decade now. I started with my iconic Nightblade class and then found myself in need to fill out some gaps in my party members’ skillsets – specifically healing magic. I had heard that bards were able to cast heal spells while dual-wielding two short swords or their bow – so it seemed like an easy move! With this new choice came a few questions: what is dual wielding? Why should I consider going into bard as well as nightblade? What does it mean to be multiclassed? And most importantly, when do you know if its time to start thinking about switching classes again? Well,

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