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Deprive the Unworthy and Arcane Dampener...


Torm51

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They are removing immunities temporarily from creatures.  Not damage immunities but status effect immunities such for example if you hit the Sky Dragon with Deprive the Unworthy or Arcane Dampener you can knock her down and blind her.  Is this intended? are their status immunities buffs?  I hope so lol!

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Please don't deprive Deprive the Unworthy of this cool feature and don't damp Arcane Dampener! This thing actually makes them worthwhile in the first place. :)

 

Maybe you could just tweak the duration of both and nerf the autohit of Deprive the Unworthy (there's a bug report for that). That would make them still very useful but not so "overpowered" like it's now.

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^ how would you justify the effect in-game, though? Immunities are supposedly innate, not something that is magically granted and can be magically suppressed.

 

Personally, I don't think nerfing the effect these abilities were built for (by decreasing their duration) to accommodate for a bug-induced side effect would be a good thing. I'd rather keep immunities undispellable; if they're too harsh, they could/should be tweaked.

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