Saga of Lucimia explains its new combat system and why you need a team to fight a bear
Bears! Godless killing machines with mouths like rows of daggers, claws like differently arranged rows of daggers, and fur like particularly soft and non-painful daggers. You won’t want to face them alone in Saga of Lucimia; if you’re taking them on in the game’s current test build, you will want a party of three or four people. Which still makes them one of the easier enemies to take down, but it will also give you a chance to test out the game’s combat revision, which strongly reinforces character ability mastery.
To summarize: the combat system now has all skills getting an associated stamina cost. It also takes time to swap a skill off of your hotbar and to place another one on there. As your mastery in a given field increases, the time needed to swap becomes shorter and shorter, and the stamina cost of (most) abilities also decreases. So you had still better heavily plan out what you’ll need before an encounter.
You can also find out more about the build and the game’s name policing from the videos just below, if you prefer your information to be in video format. We shan’t judge.