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User talk:Evan The Cursed
Anonymous Talk[edit source]
There is some confusion as to where to put the new skills. I don't actually know where to put them, and this seems a good place to put them for now. If you have a better idea, please discuss it at GuildWiki:Task List#Task: Prepare for GW:Factions release. Kidburla 08:33, 17 February 2006 (CST)
Just a quick comment on the update to the Henchmen article. I believe that if you followed the story line, you would actually reach ToA after Fisherman's Haven, because the quest to go to ToA is given there. But, in actual practice, most people get ran to it early (or take a detour to stop there while doing the Galroth quest), sidestepping the normal storyline progression. It really doesn't matter to me where in the list ToA shows (first, last, or somewhere in the middle), I just wanted to comment that the reason for moving the location in the list may not be accurate. --Barek 00:47, 5 March 2006 (CST)
Current Talk[edit source]
Guess i'm right? :s — Skuld 05:27, 11 March 2006 (CST)
Logging Out[edit source]
Historically, this has happened to me when I start editing a page, and leave it in edit mode and go play the game for some time. When I return, often I have been logged out for some unknown reason. --Karlos 08:51, 11 March 2006 (CST)
Sorry I'm new to the Wiki format. It's a little challenging to spell out what the skill does. If you, the caster, have less than maximum health and you cast Grenth's Balance on an enemy that has less health than you, you will lose health. However, if you have full health and cast it on another full health enemy, nothing happens. That's what I found putzing around just outside Grendlich's Courthouse on some low-level Charr. It's bizarre. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs) 14:07, 12 March 2006 (CST).
- That's because GB cannot bring health above max and so will not steal more then whatever health the lower creature is missin. Most likely to prevent people from using it on Glint, Kuunavang or other powerful monsters to immediatly bring their health to and absurdly low amount.--Devils Apprentice 20:54, 7 April 2007 (CDT)
About User:126.96.36.199[edit source]
I think it's best to back off and let an admin take care of it. It's kind of pointless to play a revert war with a vandal who isn't banned yet. — Stabber 09:42, 13 March 2006 (CST)