Difference between revisions of "Adrenaline denial"

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*[[Soothing Images]] - Instead of draining adrenaline, this skill prevents it from building up, so it's best used just before combat.
 
*[[Soothing Images]] - Instead of draining adrenaline, this skill prevents it from building up, so it's best used just before combat.
 
*[[Soothing]] - This skill inhibits Adrenaline accumulation by making it twice as hard to accumulate.
 
*[[Soothing]] - This skill inhibits Adrenaline accumulation by making it twice as hard to accumulate.
*[[Wail of Doom]] - Interrupts and disables attack skills, thereby draining all adrenaline (much like Blackout's effect).
 
   
 
[[category:Glossary]]
 
[[category:Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 20:28, 8 March 2008

Adrenaline denial is the technique of preventing or inhibiting adrenaline accumulation and use.

These skills are best used against enemy warriors or paragons that rely heavily on adrenaline based skills.

  • Ancestor's Visage/Sympathetic Visage - These skills effects are triggered when foe is hit with a melee attack. They have an adjacent AoE, so they are more effective against tight groups.
  • Blackout - A disabled adrenal skill loses its stored adrenaline and can't gain more while disabled.
  • Soothing Images - Instead of draining adrenaline, this skill prevents it from building up, so it's best used just before combat.
  • Soothing - This skill inhibits Adrenaline accumulation by making it twice as hard to accumulate.