GuildWiki has been locked down: anonymous editing and account creation are disabled. Current registered users are unaffected. Leave any comments on the Community Portal.

Talk:Ice Fort

From GuildWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Stop adding the comments about Dazed, SPELLS do NOT interrupt spells while dazed, and snowball is a SPELL not an ATTACK! --Gimmethegepgun 21:04, 23 December 2006 (CST)

Woot, bug! Since HCT and HRT all spells wands/offhands work with these (They are spells), 20% enchantment mods make the enchantment last longer, but the graphic goes away after 10 seconds :p check it out. I think I have found that you can use snow down the shirt while in an ice fort and move ~an ice fort away from your ice fort, press escape to cancel, do it again, and continue til you are within agro range and ice fort will not end. Anyone care to check this incase it is lag on my part?Jay332 04:34, 24 December 2006 (CST)

Weapon mods work, i have seen this not only for the fort but for the other skills. The ice down the shirt, i think it was lag on your part, although i would like someone to double check that. Xeon 04:37, 24 December 2006 (CST)
By "use Snow Down the Shirt on someone protected by Ice fort" I meant "use Snow Down the Shirt against someone protected by Ice Fort" rather than "use Snow Down the Shirt against a foe while you are protected by Ice Fort". I've re-added and clarified the note. Gordon Ecker 04:46, 26 December 2006 (CST)
I tested it again and I could use Snow Down the Shirt on someone protected by Ice Fort. I could've accidentally tried to use it on an ally last time. -- Gordon Ecker 22:50, 29 December 2006 (CST)

I have definitely noticed that ice fort lasts longer with an enchantment mod on the weapon. the graphic ends but the enchantment stays up. Also, if you moev out of the ice fort automatically to cast a spell on a target taht is out of range, it does not end. I have noticed this on multiple occasions in PvE and PvP snowball fights. — JediRogue JediRogueSig.jpg (talk |contribs) 11:43, 9 January 2007 (CST)

Is this still true?--Carmine 08:30, 25 December 2007 (UTC)