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will of the ancient

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Rezegal

Junior Member

01-29-2013

well will it´s bugged ppl you can stack it bc the pasive unique its not unique but it say unique =) fix it ty


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Dannamoth

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01-29-2013

If two people own the same Aura item they will each receive a stack of the aura.

Example:

We have 4 players: A, B, C, and D

Players A, B, C each own a WotA. Player D does not own a WotA.

situation 1: players A and B stand next to each other. They will each contribute a stack of the aura to one another, in addition to having a "personal" stack. They each are given 60 AP and 40% spell vamp.

Situation 2: Players A, B and C all stand next to each other. They will each contribute a stack of the aura to one another, in addition to having a "personal" stack. They each are given 60 AP and 40% spell vamp.

Situation 3: Players A, B, C, and D all stand next to each other. Players A, B, and C will all have 2 stacks of the aura giving them 60 AP and 40% spell vamp. Player D will only get 1 stack of the aura because he doesn't own a WotA, thus giving him 30 AP and 20% spell vamp.


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Rivini

Senior Member

01-29-2013

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Dannamoth:

We have 3 players: A, B, C, and D

I apologize, but this is what came to mind. lol

http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/a...928deb14ce.jpg (http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/ac75/de-arimasu/Funny/ngbbs48a928deb14ce.jpg)


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Dannamoth

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01-29-2013

Quote:
Rivini:
I apologize, but this is what came to mind. lol

http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/a...928deb14ce.jpg (http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/ac75/de-arimasu/Funny/ngbbs48a928deb14ce.jpg)


haha, I fixed it.


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IonDragonX

Senior Member

01-29-2013

Quote:
Dannamoth:
If two people own the same Aura item they will each receive a stack of the aura.

Example:

We have 4 players: A, B, C, and D

Players A, B, C each own a WotA. Player D does not own a WotA.

situation 1: players A and B stand next to each other. They will each contribute a stack of the aura to one another, in addition to having a "personal" stack. They each are given 60 AP and 40% spell vamp.

Situation 2: Players A, B and C all stand next to each other. They will each contribute a stack of the aura to one another, in addition to having a "personal" stack. They each are given 60 AP and 40% spell vamp.

Situation 3: Players A, B, C, and D all stand next to each other. Players A, B, and C will all have 2 stacks of the aura giving them 60 AP and 40% spell vamp. Player D will only get 1 stack of the aura because he doesn't own a WotA, thus giving him 30 AP and 20% spell vamp.

The easiest explanation that I have is:

Each Aura is actually two:
- Aura for the holder
- Aura for surrounding allies

Therefore, if two teammates have the same aura, they are gaining that aura twice.


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Rivini

Senior Member

01-29-2013

Wait, is the OP saying there's currently a bug with it that isn't making the passive unique when you're holding more than one?


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