1.67i - pbt nerf

Discussion in 'Albion' started by Arindra, Jan 9, 2004.

  1. Arindra

    Arindra Fledgling Freddie

    In effect this makes 6 sec pbt stacking impossible btw.


    Because with two 6 sec bts, either A is <3 sec after B or B <3 sec after A.

    Meaning one of the two will be ruled out every single tick.
  2. xoboll

    xoboll Fledgling Freddie

    not good :flame:
  3. Arindra

    Arindra Fledgling Freddie

    Has to happen though - because otherwise the crocodile tears ring (makes chants/songs affect those outside your group) would mean no more melee damage ever.

    And it affects hib much more the alb or mid.
  4. plomien

    plomien Fledgling Freddie

    ah well there goes a wardens viability in a grp :flame:
  5. Fedaykin

    Fedaykin Fledgling Freddie

    sheph will always get groups :)

    and its not a nerf to pbt its a nerf to stackable pbt
  6. Iskander

    Iskander Fledgling Freddie

  7. Tharion

    Tharion Fledgling Freddie

    Naa there goes, having 2 wardens in grp viability.
  8. Draic

    Draic Fledgling Freddie

    what about self BT and group BT ?

    i mean,.. Wizard BT and Theur BT,.. As it is now a Theur overwrites Wizards self BT which is annoying...
  9. Flimgoblin

    Flimgoblin It's my birthday today!

    1.67j fixes the stacking problem :D
  10. Greenfingers

    Greenfingers Fledgling Freddie

    I want my ASD to be interuptable again ! :D
  11. Iskander

    Iskander Fledgling Freddie

    1.67j will allow 2 6 sec pbt to work together

  12. BlitheringIdiot

    BlitheringIdiot One of Freddy's beloved

    So basically it wont affect having 2 PBTers in the group, its just a preventative matter to stop a bunch of wardens all playing pbt and being totally immune to being hit?
  13. gunner440

    gunner440 Hey Daddy Altman

    that would bring more cons than pros =/

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