Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms – How to Makos Farm for Fun and Profit

How to Makos farm for fun and profit!

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Party Setup

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms - How to Makos Farm for Fun and Profit

Step #1

Make sure Makos is using Dark Luck specialization (circled in Red). Makos is NOT your main DPS, so also specialize Asharra appropriately (Human, in this case).

Maximize your Party DPS by subbing in Tyril instead of Barrowin and place him appropriately in formation (circled in Red). Remember, Tyril’s Moonbeam buff is best when he’s next to as few party members as possible.

Swap your main DPS out of the DPS position. This is to avoid killing mobs and let them stack on your tank(s). Nayelli will gain a damage buff for each mob stacked as well.

If you have room for Minsc, make sure he’s specialized appropriately for your targets. In this case, it’s Beast.

Pile on Mobs

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms - How to Makos Farm for Fun and Profit

Step #2

Pile on mobs. Let them pile on, until they stop spawning. You may also notice that they grow, glow yellow, and/or deal more damage. This means you are at the right spot!

If your tanks are dying, scale back a few levels, then use the money you gain from a Makos farm to level them up over the cap. They gain more HP and be able to tank higher levels longer.

Unleash the Ultimate

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms - How to Makos Farm for Fun and Profit

Step #3

Change the position of your DPS (circled in green) so your biggest hitter is in the main DPS position.
Unleash the Ultimate! …and collect your loot!

I gained about 1e32 gold for that one Ultimate on this level.

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