The Phoenix ReStat Helper is a little calculation tool which helps you to plan your final character build.
The Phoenix ReStat Helper is a little calculation tool which helps you to plan your final character build. With the graphical user interface it is possible to see how many skillpoints you can spend at level 60 and which items you have to use to get the best combination of STR, STA, DEX and WIL. Choose your character: Every character has different stat points, so it is important to decide carefully which one you will buy. Level: On the one hand you get 3 HP for every level-up, on the other hand you get an additional stat point to spend. Inventory: With the inventory you can collect all items you bought. Equip: Every item which your character wears can give you extra bonus on strength and so on. Allocation of stat points: The last step. Here you can decide which ability you want to improve. Save and Load: Save your results on detail and publish them to your friends.
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