Borderlands Strategy Guide – Lilith Part 1

Borderlands Strategy Guide – Lilith Part 1

Lilith is the female of the group, and what a female she is. With fiery red hair, matching lips, and the ability to Phasewalk, she’s a force to be reckoned with. She also a preference for incendiary, shock, and corrosive guns, which you give you an idea as to what kind of girl she is.

According to Borderlands lore, only thirteen people have publicly demonstrated “magical” powers, and since those thirteen are all women, they’ve been dubbed “witches” or “sirens.” Lilith here is identified by the latter.

Phasewalk is Lilith’s action skill, and like every other character, she’ll get it at level five. It allows her to turn invisible and move fast, making it ideal for being stealthy. When she leaves Phasewalk, it creates a blast that damages enemies caught in its wake. You can also perform a melee attack to end the ability early. The skill is perfect for getting the drop on unsuspecting enemies or making a quick escape when you’re staring death in the face.

It’s important to note that if you end Phasewalk early with a melee strike, it still creates a blast, which combines both attacks to great effect. Keep this in mind and use it to your advantage.

In its core state, Phasewalk lasts for 7 seconds and takes 36 seconds to recharge. There are several skills that modify these numbers, of course. Some skills also add special features, such as regenerating health while Phasewalking or being extra resistant to damage for a while afterward. There’s even a skill that allows you to damage enemies simply by being near them while phased out!

In the next installment of this guide, I’ll go in depth with what skills you should focus on as Lilith the Siren.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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