April 23, 2014, 17:51:06 |
Quote (Soundtrack8 @ 23 April 2014 17:35)
Quote (khackt @ 23 April 2014 17:30)
how is that an aoe spell?
thats completely different mechanics, you cant just call that aoe.
Because it deals damage in an area of effect? If rogues firewall is considered aoe, why not the glyphs
Theres also the pheles glyph, which, upon activation deals dmg on the target and also deals dmg to adjacent enemies
rogues firewall cannot be considered an aoe, the bomb explosions can and should.
yes, pheles does exactly aoe damage upon activation, but thats the example of what the dearest zhao was talking about: the damage is twice lower if it is coming from a glyph and not the spell casted directly on the target(not speaking of mobs tricky ways of nullifying the results of the whole 7ap effort)
whilst, however, rogues bombs deal pretty okayish damage which is like #normal for any singletarget damage dealer, but bombs do that in aoe. just taking bombs as an example since you have mentioned rogues yourself.
but still, to the pheles definition, i'd call those 'traps'. traps that deal aoe on activation, sort of.
idk what hydrand to be defined as tho.
This post has been edited by khackt - April 23, 2014, 17:55:09.