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Talk:Point Blank Area of Effect
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As far as I know, "Pulsing Point Blank Area of Effect Enchantments", of which Balthazar's Aura is the only one I know of, do cause enemies to flee. I'm changing the "do not cause enemies to flee" to "still causes enemies to flee". As an aside, wow that's a mouthful, does anyone actually call it that? --Tinarto 14:14, 11 April 2006 (CDT)
Rename this to Point Blank Area of Effect then redirect PBAoE to that.
There's discussion at Talk:Aftercast, but we didn't exhaustively test all PBAoEs. --Fyren 06:56, 2 September 2006 (CDT)
Maybe Star Burst should be mentioned as having no aftercast on this page... 21:30, 14 March 2007 (CDT)
PBAoE Aftercast[edit source]
Cleanup and DoT[edit source]
I'm sort of wondering why there's two sections for PPBAoE. Shouldn't the enchant PPBAoE section simply be a subset of the other PPBAoE section? Secondly, how would we classify things like Radiation Field in this context? It doesn't pulse, but it does do DoT (well, sort of. degen is of course not damage, as per game mechanics). I'd suggest a 3 sections for this article:
- PPBAoE (pulsing point-blank area of effect) for things like Lava Font
- PBAoEDoT (point-blank area of effect damage over time) for things like Radiation Field and possibly Bed of Coals
- PBAoEDD (point-blank area of effect, direct damage) for so-called spike skills like Shockwave
- PB&J for sandwiches
18.104.22.168 15:32, 3 April 2009 (UTC) (Newms34)
- Well, as radiation field is a Ward Spell, I don't think it needs it's own thing. I would be fine with 2 categories: PBAoE, and PBAoEDoT. Those two cover everything, imo. --JonTheMon 15:44, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
Defense Skills[edit source]
During Nicholas weekend for hydra claws in perdition rock, i notice that inferno went through prot spirit and possibly even stoneflesh, my sin somtimes had reduction and sometimes not, should this be tested and noted?