Are you saying that when I come back the opponents will now be more powerful just because I leveled up???
More, that the first time you goto the dungeon, the bad guys will be the same level as you, and then if you wander off and come back 10 levels later, the bad guys will be 10 levels higher too.
There are definate pros and cons to the system, however the way i have been playing it is to mix dungeons, quests and main story line as i go, meaning i dont necessarily need to go back and revist a dungeon.
As an aside ive played for about 36 hours now, and am level 9. ive been making sure to max out mid level training each level and to work on a lot of my skills so that as i level my skills and stat bonuses will/should be appropriate for the stuff im goign to face, so far i havent had any troubles and have managed to close one oblivion gate so far.
Its a great game, although well worth downloading a UI improvement so that u can see more inventory. the arena is fun too, although a little dumb with the scaling of bad guys and the option to just jump up and pepper them with arrows/spells.
Two questions though:
1) Has anyone found a list of where all the trainers are to be found?
2) Has anyone found a decent way to help boost slash/blunt/ranged skills? other than by attacking bad guys?
$1 tax for the national debt?
Diablo & Diablo 2 for the DS, it makes sense Blizzard!