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  • WarriorSeven
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    Random Number Generator, made infamous by the nerds of this game in their never-ending battlecry to ALWAYS craft gear on mobile instead of PC.

  • ricklhall
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    what does RNG stand for? I have seen it several times for example - "Hello RNG friends"

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  • laffcarl
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    cc? wots co btw :-|

  • HazMatt
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    Thank you.

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  • davidz
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    You must use TOS if you use a crit build.

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  • Nhat
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    Talisman of Storms (boosts Crit Damage) & Talisman of Power (boosts Power)

  • HazMatt
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    What is ToS and ToP? I saw these in a thread discussing lily vs cr/cd builds.

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  • LodWig
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    For BHs:
    • MT = Magnetic Trap
    • PF = Pathfinder
    Last edited by LodWig; 02-17-2021, 11:29 AM.

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  • LodWig
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    For elemental damage I use
    • ArD = Arcane Damage
    • FiD = Fire Damage
    • FrD = Frost Damage
    • NaD = Nature Damage
    • PhD = Physical Damage

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  • Aion
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    @Liana-Daniela (QA Specialist) can you add // toon = character // ?

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  • Eternium2020
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    Oh now i know what AOE is. thank u. i thought it was something about stun or cc.

  • kurtcabage
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    Lily = Fire lily (unique trinket)

  • Drombolian
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    It's short for Fire Lily, a trinket. It is for builds that trade crit skills for pure power/haste.

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  • Arhi
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    Oh, thank you! Vety helpful. And what's a Lily? I searched, but every9ne is talking like they know what it is. I see it is a certain mage build, apparently?

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  • Nhat
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    Originally posted by ClamGoblin View Post

    Same here. Can someone please explain these or point me in the direction of an explanation elsewhere???
    Area of Effect is the area where the ability is applied, for things like Mage's Blizzard, Immolate and Bounty Hunter's Trap. You'll see the circle showing the area, and only mobs within the circle take damage

    eg. Blizzard, note that at level 10, this AoE gets bigger
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    You'll see similar circles around Elite mobs, those are their auras, and they'll boost any other mobs within those circles...


    Damage over Time, or bleed, refers to damage that you/mobs take after every second. Think of it like a fire, poison or bleeding wound, you'll continue taking damage after the initial attack.

    This is most commonly used by Warriors in combination with Shockwave (level 10), which deals 10x the current DoT on the target instantly, thus boosting their damage.

    eg. Warrior's Rending Slash apply bleed for 15 seconds
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