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perhaps an odd question, but i'd say it's important when it comes to positioning the spirit on the battlefield - does anyone know how the spirit attacks? my feeling tells me that it attacks the same target as the caster. comments?
Its my experiance that it goes for the first target that runs into its range, and if its cast with multiple targets, it goes for the lowest armour target.
It is not being explained in the description: this spirit's attacks cause damage. For example, at level 14 in Communing the Shadowsong spirit does 19 damage with each attack.
- It's already a note at the bottom of the article. --126.96.36.199 16:26, 15 August 2006 (CDT)
Yet another popculture refferance?[edit source]
I was watching stark trek while playing guild wars earlier, and i realized that the icon for this skill, looks like Geordi from star trek, worth adding a note to the page for it?
- lmao, yeh. — Skuld 14:58, 22 March 2007 (CDT)
- Heh, first time I saw that skill icon my first thought was "It's Geordi LaForge!" DKS01 07:16, 30 April 2007 (CDT)
- I thought of Geordi too. Geordi is also blind, for those that don't watch Star Trek:TNG.StatMan 17:02, 11 July 2007 (CDT)
Warcraft Reference[edit source]
Before you all jump on me and burn me at the stake for mentioning WoW, i'll let you know i'm talking about Warcraft III, not WoW. For those of you who've never played Warcraft III, there are units called Heroes. These units can level up and whatever, but that's not important. Heroes have proper names that are randomly selected from a list when you create them. One of the names for the Demon Hunter hero was "Shadowsong" and also, all demon hunters were blind and had a blindfold over their eyes much like the person in the icon has a trail of smoke over their eyes. Now it's not the strogest reference, but Shadowsong is definitely first seen in Warcraft, as far as i know. Also, the Demon Hunters would cause enemies to miss. =o Maybe it should be added to the trivia, but much shorter than my explanation here.--Darksyde Never Again 19:23, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
I am not one to judge, but
people rarely remember the names of their heroes in that game. Also, to me, Shadowsong seems kinda generic. Jarreth the Hunter 01:12, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
Silly me, you meant Maiev Shadowsong. Jarreth the Hunter 01:15, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
Shadowsong is generic? I've only ever heard it in Warcraft and Guild Wars, have you heard it anywhere else?--Darksyde Never Again 02:03, 31 December 2007 (UTC)