No matter how many times I read the Wiki entry on Twists, I cannot figure them out. Maybe it's the way it's worded there.
So what the heck does this mean: "If the enhancement you put into a twist of fate has many level, the level of the enhancement will be the level when you equip it into the twist of fate."????? Wow- what a convoluted sentence that is! I feel it's important to understand this statement, as the next one is: "Therefore it is advised to always level up an enhancement to the maximum possible before puting it into a twist of fate slot".
And what does this mean: "Note that enhancement level has nothing to do with tier ; and putting a tier 1 level 5 enhancement into a twist of fate doesn't require you to upgrade the slot"?
My sense is that you can max out an enhancement, but you don't have to spend additional fate points above what you would if you had just put that enhancement into the slot at its base level. For example, if I were to Twist the Tier 1 Primal Scream from the Fury of the Wild ED, I could do it if that enhancement is at level 1 (1AP invested) or level 3 (3AP invested) for the same cost. If this is in fact true, why is it "advised to always level up an enhancement to the maximum possible before puting it into a twist of fate slot"? I thought you could reset the twists and change them around at will, so you could test things out. After all, it says right there: "Twists of Fate can also be "reset". "
So Fate Points are only used to upgrade a slot to higher tiers, not upgrade the Enhancement? And the maximum tier you can Twist an enhancement from non-active Destinies is tier 4?
So last question: Why does the Ranger ED have only ranged combat benefits? What the heck is a Tempest supposed to do? The Barb one may be OK for some extra HP, but I don't see much use of either EDs available to a Tempest Ranger. This thing in the store- will it allow me to start as a Legendary Dreadnaught right off the bat instead? What I'd *really* like to do is level the Dreadnaught and Shadowdancer EDs. Just wondering the easiest way to do that.