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Anything available to quickly identify buff/cure spells for status effects?


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I'm trying to figure out the intricacies of counterspells in PoE but it's difficult to learn what's available as a cure (to paralyze for example) without any guide sorted by said effects.

 

The closest thing I've found is the wiki debuff guide (http://pillarsofeternity.gamepedia.com/Status_Effects), but this is sorted by the ailments and I am looking for the second half of that information: a quickly available means by which I can see what provides immunity (or cures) to said effects.

 

A resource on spells sorted by defensive stat (fortitude, reflex, will, deflection) would be lovely as well…

 

As it stands right now, I'm playing in more of a "kill them before they kill you" playstyle - rather than a reactive/proactive, tactical one.  I've started on a personal "cheat sheet" reference for affliction cures, but if there's something already out there, please do tell!
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The only abilities that clear debuffs/provide immunity are:

 

Paladin: Liberating Exhortation (temporarily lasts as longer more INT you have).

 

Priest: Suppress Affliction, and each level of spells has a Litany to "something" just hover over the spell it will tell you what it makes you immune to (INT increases buff duration)

 

Ring: that has a magic spell of suppress affliction attached.

 

Confuse/cipher dominate can be casted on a Allie whose dominated/confused to reverse it.

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Right, but you need to go hunting around for each spell every time you need it because they're scattered throughout multiple levels (unless you've played the game a for helluva long time already and have everything memorized).  And it's difficult to remember which protects against what.

 

Anyway, I wrote this up in wordpad for a quick reference.

	Blind	   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
	Charmed    - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
	Confused   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.4[P] - Prayer Against Bewilderment (AoE)
	Dazed	   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.4[P] - Prayer Against Bewilderment (AoE)
	Disease    - Lvl.3[D] - Purge of Toxins (Single)
	Distracted - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
	Dominated  - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
	Frightened - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.1[P] - Prayer Against Fear (AoE)
	Hobbled    - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.3[P] - Prayer Against Restraint (AoE)
	Paralyze   - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.5[P] - Prayer Against Imprisonment (AoE)
	Petrified  - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
	Poison     - Lvl.3[D] - Purge of Toxins (Single)
	Prone 	   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
	Sickened   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.2[P] - Prayer Against Infirmity (AoE)	
	Stuck 	   - Lvl.4[P] - Litany Against Minor Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.3[P] - Prayer Against Restraint (AoE)
		   - Lvl.4[D] - Form of the Delemgam (AoE)
	Stunned    - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
	Terrified  - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.1[P] - Prayer Against Fear (AoE)
	Weakened   - Lvl.6[P] - Litany Against Major Afflictions (Single)
		   - Lvl.2[P] - Prayer Against Infirmity (AoE)	
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I've been constantly using rings of Suppress Affliction all throughout the game. It's as effective at 1st level as it is at 16th.

I've also been using scrolls of Prayer Against X which are easy to craft but are unreliable due to bugs that sometimes prevent scrolls from taking effect.

Sometimes you'll just have to suffer the consequences of afflictions and keep on fighting to the best of your ability.

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