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Content of the material

  1. Guide to Get as Far Into Myrkgard as Possible
  2. Preperation
  3. Good Path to Get to Myrkgard
  4. The Stealth Part
  5. Recommended for You
  6. Video
  7. What about Manuals and Tomes?
  8. The Composite ACT Score Needed for a 36
  9. Permanent AC with no Magic Items: 23
  10. 5.Drink some tea/green tea
  11. Green tea or normal tea might be stimulant, but it helps with feelings of relaxation and calm because catechin in the tea interacts with CB1 to keep things cool
  12. 2.Light some incense or sage 
  13. How to Get Perfect Raw ACT Scores to Guarantee a 36
  14. #1: Be Consistent and Maintain Your Stamina
  15. #2: Find Your Weak Spots
  16. #3: Don’t Get Complacent
  17. #4: Prevent Careless Mistakes
  18. ‘As Soon As Possible’ Synonyms
  19. 1. “… by [date and time] because [reason]”
  20. 2. “When you have a chance [in the next day, before tomorrow, this week]”
  21. 3. “I apologize for the urgency, but could you please [do X, send me Y, complete Z] at your soonest possible convenience?”
  22. 4. “EOD”
  23. 5. “I’d be grateful if you got to this [before X and Y].”
  24. 6. “Since this is a relatively urgent ask, let’s put a hold on [X project, Y meeting, Z deliverable] until you’re finished.”
  25. 7. “Is [date and time] feasible for [reviewing the contract, arranging a meeting with Procurement, getting the agreement through Legal]?”
  26. 8. “ASAP, or by [date and time].”
  27. 9. “I normally wouldn’t ask for such a quick turnaround, but [reason for urgency]. It would be great if you could address this by [date and time].”
  28. 11. “[Timely ask]”
  29. 12. “Your quick response would be appreciated.”
  30. 13. “EOW”
  31. 14. “I’ll get you an answer shortly — by the end of the day”
  32. 15. “This is our top priority. Could you have it done by [date and time].”
  33. 16. “Would you mind prioritizing this above X and Y?”
  34. 17. “I wanted to bump this up in your inbox. Would you mind replying by [date and time]? [Reason].”

Guide to Get as Far Into Myrkgard as Possible

Preperation

There are a few things to prepare:

  • A high mastery with the hatchet.
  • A high master with the ice gauntlet.
  • Campfire.
  • A lot of water to tank through corruption.
  • As well as a lot of time.

Good Path to Get to Myrkgard

The path to Myrkgard

This part is quite easy, but before you start you will want camps. Water is also good to have but, most enemies will one shot you, so it isn’t important. Another good to have, is a hatchet with berserk and speed boost passive. An ice gauntlet will also be nice to have, as it works well for distracting enemies for a hit or two.

If you can, stay on any type of rock, as the AI will both not spawn there and have a harder time following you.

You should also keep your inn recall at some part early in the map, as the way back will be horrible.

This path is probably the easiest to get up to the great cleave, and up to there the only real danger is ghosts, so most paths work well.

After which you will want to go to Cleave’s point.

The path to Mountain home is especially easy, with only a couple of ranged and the rest being melee.

Just jump of the cliff, and follow the side of it until the green circle, where you will most likely want a campfire, as the bridge will not be the easiest part of this. The ice gauntlet will be worth it here, as it can take at least one hit from the archer right before the bridge, and when you’ve gotten past it, just stay on the cliff face, going prone if necessary.

This part is almost entirely safe, except for the red part. There is also a spirit shrine if you happen to have enough azoth and want to get back. Ones you have the campfire around the green circle, you’ve gotten the entire way.

The Stealth Part

Now, this is the difficult part of the journey, and also the part I myself never completed.

The main path to get there is:

Here is where you’ll want water, as you have to run through a level 3? corrupted area. Just walk upp the stone to the corner of the stone wall and log spike wall, and just jump over it. It is a very easy jump.

Once over the wall, you’ll want to follow the stone wall to your right until another log wall which you will jump over with help of the roof to your left. Once over you will have a watchtower also to the left.

This watchtower is the first obstacle, which you will have to crawl past on the tiny ledge that surrounds it. There is also a mage on the ground to the right, which will, unless fast enough kill you. So once, around the watchtower just run and roll until the house where you will be safe (maybe only if laying down?).

The next part past the house is very easy, just run to behind the barrels, wait until the second mage forgets about you then crawl to the singular barrel.

Here will be the first difficult jump. You need to walk to the edge of the barrel and jump diagonally past the watch tower and spam space to climb up on the walkway around the corner. If you fall, you can hide behind the door and use unstuck.

Watchtowers marked in blue.

After jumping around the watchtower, just crawl on the walkway and climb up when needed, ranged may see you but can’t hit you if you are prone.

At the end of the walkway you will need to climb up onto a stone wall ledge. These will be the most difficult jumps as far as I know. Follow the ledge to the left and jump around the corner, hopefully no ranged will have seen you, (Although they cant hit you when you are prone, it makes it difficult to jump) keep following the ledge until you can go up to another higher level. A mage may notice you, but unless they use a mine on you, they will quickly forget and go back. (Also lay down as quickly as possible after the jump.) Once up on the higher level follow it to the left and go down to the other ledge a tiny bit down.

Follow this, and do another jump around the corner. Follow this part of the ledge until the end of it, that is next to the bridge (the support pillar directly next to it is not possible to walk on.) When on the edge, jump and spam space to get onto the bridge. once over to the larger castle wall walkway, you are safe. (Sadly as far as I have tried you can not place a campfire in anyway there, even though it is outside of landmarks.)

At the end of the walkway there is a watchtower with a house behind it, just jump where the roof is the lowest and you can easily get over (otherwise unstuck works well to get back up).

This here is the last part I have gotten through, I managed it one time. You need the get past t guard up the stairs, and to the left of the stairs is a ledge where you can both loose the enemies that are following you and jump over the wall to get behind the houses. Can’t remember how, but from there you can easily get onto the roofs, but, I do not know anything past this.

To get past the guard and not get shot by ranged, the ice gauntlets ice pylon and other functions are helpful. As well as berserker with the hatchet.

Good luck and have fun, you will have a very difficult time doing this. Took me about 60 attempts to get as far as I did.

Probably the best picture I got from trying this.

Recommended for You

What about Manuals and Tomes?

I assumed a maximum of 20 for each ability score because the number of magic items and other rewards is already very restrictive. This clause from the question prompted this:

Time and magic items are limited to practical use

Collecting a bunch of Very Rare magical books on top of the items already needed is impractical (as is waiting for them to refresh their magic). If you want to include them, you will have to change the entire build to account for Unarmored Defense, Bladesong, and the Dual Wielder feat

  • (Barbarian OR Monk 1/Wizard 2/Ranger 7/[Bard 10/Martial Adept OR Bard 5/Fighter 3])

which gives you these numbers before tomes and manuals:

  • Permanent AC: 32
  • Combat AC: 37
  • One-attack AC: ~60 (69 max)

Then just add 1 to each metric for each book read (up to a maximum of 5 each) among:

  • Manual of Quickness of Action
  • Tome of Clear Thought
  • Manual of Bodily Health OR Tome of Understanding

This brings the theoretical maximum to:

  • Permanent AC: 47
  • Combat AC: 52
  • One-attack AC: ~75 (84 max)

Video

The Composite ACT Score Needed for a 36

Your composite score on the ACT is the most important part of your score, since it represents your overall performance. When people refer to a perfect ACT score, they are talking about a perfect 36 composite.

However, since your composite ACT score is calculated from the average of your four subject area scores—not the total—you do not need a perfect 36 on every section to get a perfect 36 composite.

For example, say you got the following subject area scores:

  • English: 36
  • Reading: 36
  • Math: 36
  • Science: 34

This means your composite would be as follows:

(36 + 36 + 36 + 34) / 4 = 35.5

Because you can only get whole numbers—not decimals—for your composite ACT score, this score of 35.5 would round up to the best ACT score of 36.

This is a slight difference from the SAT, for which your composite score comes from all the sections being totaled, not averaged. To get a perfect score on the SAT, you need a perfect score on every section. For the ACT, you can have a slightly less than perfect score on one or two sections and still net a 36 composite!

Permanent AC with no Magic Items: 23

  • Werebear/Werewolf/Wereboar [for natural armor]
  • Fighter 1 [for Defense Fighting Style]
  • Cleric 6 [for heavy armor proficiency and Soul of the Forge]

18: Plate Armor +2: Shield +1: Defense Fighting Style +1: Soul of the Forge +1: Natural Armor (see below)

+1 bonus to AC while in bear or hybrid form (from natural armor)

5.Drink some tea/green tea

Green tea or normal tea might be stimulant, but it helps with feelings of relaxation and calm because catechin in the tea interacts with CB1 to keep things cool

It may seem weird to drink a stimulant like tea when you’re vaping/consuming a stimulant like loose leaf, but the interesting thing about tea is that it’s full of antioxidants, so while in a session, make sure you sip some tea along with it as well!

But how will tea really help?

Well, tea has an antioxidant called catechin that interacts with our CB1 receptors, bringing on feelings of relaxation, calm and euphoria.

It’s a great replacement for working out, especially for those couch potatoes who hate physical exercise. While the effect won’t be as intense, it’s still decent enough for you to feel a kick. There’s a reason why “cannabis tea” is a thing, and this is the main reason for it.

2.Light some incense or sage 

Loose leaf heightens your sense of smell, with pleasant smells boosting your mood and high. Incense and Sage can really change your high and make it relaxing and pleasant.

Smell is a criminally underrated and underutilized aspect of getting high. Why would smell affect your high, you ask?

Well, it’s a known fact that your 5 senses go on overdrive after smoking up and smell can play a huge role in impacting your mood and overall feelings, especially when high.

You must be wondering, however, if there’s actually any science to a heightened sense of smell when it comes to loose leaf or if it’s just another of the many myths that potheads tend to believe in.

This isn’t one of those scenarios, with research conducted by French scientists suggesting that THC affects our CB1 receptor (cannabinoid receptor type 1) enough for it to heighten our sense of smell, emulating what we do when we feel hungry, which explains, at least partially, why we get the munchies! Pretty cool, isn’t it?

This is why we recommend incense: something like sage or an agarbatti can really be transformative and get your blood flowing, creating a nice ambiance and keeping the energy and mind high!

Honestly though, any pleasant smell that you like is likely to do the trick, but certain types of smells and tastes can really make a difference. We’ll get to why in the next point!

How to Get Perfect Raw ACT Scores to Guarantee a 36

If you’re aiming for a perfect ACT score, the best way to do this is to aim for a perfect raw score on every ACT section (in other words, aim to get every single question right!). Here, we go over our top tips to help you do just this.

#1: Be Consistent and Maintain Your Stamina

Since you’re aiming for a perfect raw ACT score on every section, you must be able to achieve perfection during studying and while taking practice tests. This is especially important for developing better test-taking stamina and efficiency.

Even if you’re capable of answering all the questions in a section correctly, to get a perfect 36 on the ACT, you will have to be able to work within the allotted time. Here is an overview of the time limits per ACT section:

ACT Section Total Time # of Questions Time per Question
English 45 minutes 75 36 seconds
Math 60 minutes 60 60 seconds
Reading 35 minutes 40 52.5 seconds
Science 35 minutes 40 52.5 seconds

For the Math section, you get exactly one minute per question. For English, Reading, and Science, you get less than a minute. This intense pacing is why it’s so important to aim for speed and accuracy while studying.

#2: Find Your Weak Spots

Our second tip is to use ACT practice questions and exams to find your weak areas—whether they are trigonometry questions on the Math section or the social science excerpt on Reading.

Try to figure out where the gaps in your knowledge are and why you are answering certain questions incorrectly. Once you know exactly where you struggle, you can target your studying.

To get a 36, you must learn the concepts behind the questions you struggle with the most, and develop systems and strategies for solving those question types.

With enough studying, your weak links could become strengths.

#3: Don’t Get Complacent

Although you will spend a good deal of time on your weak spots, never assume that you have a section in the bag. For example, even if you’re amazing at math and got a 36 on your first official practice test, don’t neglect the Math section when you study.

Taking practice tests can help you become familiar with the pacing you will need on test day, and they’ll also help you spot any careless mistakes you tend to make.

#4: Prevent Careless Mistakes

Although the bulk of your studying will be spent addressing stubborn weak spots, make sure you are on the lookout for where you make small mistakes. That could be anything from skimming too fast and missing the point of a question, to an arithmetic error on Math, to even bubbling in an answer incorrectly.

Want more strategies on how to get the maximum ACT score? Read our detailed guide to getting a 36.

‘As Soon As Possible’ Synonyms

1. “… by [date and time] because [reason]”

Do you have a specific deadline by which this task needs to be done? Use that instead. If the other person has an exact time, they can prioritize their other work accordingly. Plus, you’ll seem less pushy since you have a clear reasoning for your due date.

2. “When you have a chance [in the next day, before tomorrow, this week]”

Saying “when you have a chance” gives the other person a little breathing room, so you don’t come across as demanding. However, the deadline ensures they’ll still finish your request on time.

3. “I apologize for the urgency, but could you please [do X, send me Y, complete Z] at your soonest possible convenience?”

This politely worded question communicates the same level of urgency as “ASAP” but in a far more considerate way.

4. “EOD”

All but the most pressing requests can typically wait eight hours. “EOD” shows you’d like the request fulfilled soon, but you’re not asking the other person to drop everything to tackle it.

5. “I’d be grateful if you got to this [before X and Y].”

Show the other person where this request falls in terms of importance on their to-do list.

6. “Since this is a relatively urgent ask, let’s put a hold on [X project, Y meeting, Z deliverable] until you’re finished.”

When you’re talking to a direct report, use this line. It helps them stay on top of their workload and shows you’re not arbitrarily assigning them work.

7. “Is [date and time] feasible for [reviewing the contract, arranging a meeting with Procurement, getting the agreement through Legal]?”

Want to ensure your prospect doesn’t drag their feet too much? Pick a deadline that’s earlier than your optimal one. For example, if you want them to sign the dotted line in the next four weeks, you’d choose a day two weeks away.

If your prospect says, “I need more time,” respond, “Okay, would it be feasible for you to send me any initial comments by that date?”

Your request seems more reasonable because you’ve “modified” it to suit their timeline. In practice, you’ve actually gotten them to commit to making progress before your ideal deadline.

And if your prospect says, “Sure, we can do that”? The deal is now closing even sooner than you’d hoped for.

8. “ASAP, or by [date and time].”

“As soon as possible” is pretty vague, so if you must use it, add a date and time to show how important your ask is. For instance, you might write, “Please submit your specs ASAP, or by Thursday at 4 p.m.”

9. “I normally wouldn’t ask for such a quick turnaround, but [reason for urgency]. It would be great if you could address this by [date and time].”

Giving an explanation for the tight deadline proves you understand it might be inconvenient for the other person. A little empathy will go a long way.

11. “[Timely ask]”

Want to really get someone’s attention? Add “[timely ask]” to the end of your email subject line. Not only will it stand out in their inbox, but they’ll be curious to know what’s so pressing.

Just make sure the matter actually is timely — and not just for you, but for them too. If you’re trying to get them to buy in the next six hours so you make quota, rushing them to the finish line will make you look pushy and could backfire.

12. “Your quick response would be appreciated.”

When you’re trying to get a swift reply, try this line. It can come across as passive-agressive, however, so I’d use it sparingly.

13. “EOW”

If you use “EOW” to describe your desired delivery date, make sure you add that it means by “End of Week” so there’s no confusion over the acronym.

14. “I’ll get you an answer shortly — by the end of the day”

If you do tell your prospect you’ll get them a response “shortly” this is another instance when it’s important to add a timeframe to explain what “shortly” means to you.

15. “This is our top priority. Could you have it done by [date and time].”

Prospects aren’t mind readers. If you need them to prioritize a task, simply ask. Be willing to negotiate — after all, they’re not necessarily bound or accountable to your timeline, but most of the time they’ll work with you.

16. “Would you mind prioritizing this above X and Y?”

Again, when appropriate, don’t be afraid to ask your prospect to prioritize one task over another during your deal.

17. “I wanted to bump this up in your inbox. Would you mind replying by [date and time]? [Reason].”

Sometimes, the reason a prospect hasn’t gotten you an answer or returned a deliverable is because they’ve simply forgotten. Politely remind them and include a reason for this task’s timely completion.

Next time speed is of the essence, try these alternatives to “ASAP” to avoid annoying your recipient.

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