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Why are there 2 accuricies for one spell?


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As for the spell in the image, it has two Accuracy: 93 and 77. This spell has paralyze and sicken effect. Both of them are using accuracy 93. I have no idea what the 77 means. Any help?

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The reason they're reported separately is probably because they are computed independently for the main effect and AoE, and come to different numbers. For whatever reason the AoE effect is computed as not having the +1 ACC / level bonus; for example Concussive Missiles has the same thing. Note that this is a cosmetic bug only, in practice you do get the correct accuracy when you cast the spell, same for both components.

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The reason they're reported separately is probably because they are computed independently for the main effect and AoE, and come to different numbers. For whatever reason the AoE effect is computed as not having the +1 ACC / level bonus; for example Concussive Missiles has the same thing. Note that this is a cosmetic bug only, in practice you do get the correct accuracy when you cast the spell, same for both components.

Thanks. Looks like an easy-fix bug. Hope they can correct it in 3.03

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