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Channeled casts must be interruptable or PvP is easymode

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Channeled casts must be interruptable or PvP is easymode

Airoper's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:13 PM | #21
the point is l2p & pick when to use them = skill
at the moment it pick up keyboard & roll over face
skill eg:
someone has aggro on a player the enermy his back is turned "sweet cast ravage or a high dps channel/heal" = free cast"
theres a time & place for every ability which requires skill to see when & know how to use it!

aRtFuL's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:15 PM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by Airoper View Post
you have no clus what goes on in a WZ l2p please
And yet you complained about the inability to get away from a melee channeled ability, for all your supposively mighty knowledges.

Your epic oneliners are surely great insight of the ages.

I rest my case. Lol.

Darth_Gao_Gao's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:18 PM | #23
i tried to read the OPs post, but i just couldn't understand a single thing discussed. i also think i lost a few intelligence points in doing do. i guess i'll have to grind up some more XP to compensate for this loss.

Airoper's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:21 PM | #24
you need to l2p & l2r
the title of the thread says it all
my guess is you are a unskilled sent that didnt know how to play the class so you need the new changes to help you kill something

veyl's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:29 PM | #25
How does the OP feel about Darkness Sintanks and their Harness darkness talent?

"Shock and Wither have a [50 / 100]% chance to grant Harnessed Darkness, which makes the next Force Lightning used uninterruptible and immune to pushback. In addition, each stack increases the damage dealt by your next Force Lightning by 25%. Stacks up to 3 times. At 3 stacks, each tick of Force Lightning heals you for 3% of your maximum health."

Airoper's Avatar

05.01.2012 , 05:52 PM | #26
it doesn't worry me as it requires skill to use it right