According to the Pixel Dungeon Wiki, using weapons that are too heavy makes them slower to swing and less likely to hit, and using armor that is too heavy makes you slower to move and less likely to ...
The Dew Vial is definitely a good idea, but I'm wondering how it works. When you drink the dew (or when it is automatically drank at low health), how is the amount of health calculated? Is it amount ...
The question arises because to me it seems not worth eating. It is worth eating when it comes to the chance of negative effects?
The Troll Blacksmith offers to "reforge 2 items and turn them into one of better quality". Before I permanently do stuff to my items I want to better understand how it works, and specifically: I am ...
I've read in a few comments on the Pixel Dungeon facebook page that the game is 'easy' if you farm health potions. I know that Flies and Bats drop health potions, but when I stick around on those ...
For example, if I equip two rings of mending, do their effects on my health regeneration stack? I'm guessing it will be easiest to check this with two rings of detection, but I haven't had the chance ...
In other roguelikes, I've been able to carve up corpses of fallen foes to eat when I'm hungry. In Pixel Dungeon, so far it looks like the only way to eat is to find a ration. It does take quite a long ...
So I got to level 5 of Pixel Dungeon on my Android, equipped with a +3 dagger and a +4 leather armor, and was swiftly defeated by a goo, which kept "pumping itself up" and filling my wounds with acid. ...