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Hmm, I guess we can be more specific about the info Mujaki just added. The grouping order seems to be, from top to bottom:
- Skills (like warrior's cunning and ritual lord)
I don't know where other things like tar or blessings show up off the top of my head. I'd guess above skills, but I don't want to go test right now, heh. --Fyren 09:54, 2 October 2006 (CDT)
- I'm not entirely sure, but I think stances come before enchantments -- Moonspell Rites
Many spells are designed to remove conditions from an ally. How can one tell if an ally is suffering from a condition? I could not find that information in this Wiki. I think it needs to be added somewhere. Ahsen74 14:27, 27 July 2007 (CDT)
"Each condition has a unique icon that shows up on the Effects Monitor, additionally, a creature suffering from a condition has a brown, downward arrow at the right end of their health bar."
That was right from the Conditions article. Make sure to read after that comma...you can see the downwards arrow on the health bars in your party window, including on the health bars of allies. To know the PARTICULAR condition they're suffering, you'll have to either look at their character itself for the visual effect, or preferably have someone who bothers to call/ping severe conditions on them. Shas'o Kauyon 05:37, 28 July 2007 (CDT)