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Becoming a Suzumei

So how does one go about playing a suzumei? I tried creating a few other races and asking Kurd to change me, but he always replies that the transmigration would burn out my mind. Races I tried switching from: Male Snirvneblin, Nueter Invae, Male Invae(after sex change), and Oni(think this started as a sleestak, and had already gone through one race change) Jschaab 21:57, 11 December 2007 (EST)

Use a male rachnei. Before you go to Kurd, make sure he has a suzumei corpse to migrate you into. Whatever chitin colour you have as a rachnei will translate directly into your chitin as a suzumei.

Suzumei really aren't worth the effort of becoming one. In unarmed combat, they only use their stinger. This somewhat limits their potential as Brutes. The stinger also has a high activity cost compared to weaponry, so it is not used as often in combat, which in turn causes it to train very slowly. Also, there are some weird mechanics with the skills the stinger uses for attack rating and damage rating.

They also have a huge negative to assim. This makes them very slow to learn anything. Also, their anatomy makes them difficult to find armour for them, unless you go with piecemail or paraxos.

There are tales of an insanely powerful, high-level suzumei. This tale is true, but the raw power had very little to do with the race. This particular suzumei was a Kazarak, and high level kaz of any race are just nasty to begin with.

If you really want to go with the suzumei, find a good series of weapons, a good suit of armour, and use a lot of guild abilities....basically the same guidelines for any race.

Thanks for the info. I guess I need to get one of my alts to level 50 so I can make a rachnie first then :( Jschaab 21:57, 11 December 2007 (EST)

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