Question about RBF evasion. (in General)
August 30 2009 8:47 PM EDT
Is it subject to the dexterity penalty as is trained evasion?
August 30 2009 8:59 PM EDT
August 30 2009 9:08 PM EDT
i think the only way to counter RBF flaming effect is with big AC...
bring protection back !
August 30 2009 9:45 PM EDT
Either that or just try to kill the RBF holder as fast as possible.
August 30 2009 10:38 PM EDT
Does killing the holder stop it? I thought non-familiar tats operated all the way through? I suppose the RoBF is kind special, though, since it is _almost_ like a familiar...
Killing the holder does stop it.
August 30 2009 11:17 PM EDT
Its like an EF that is immune to GA!
August 30 2009 11:18 PM EDT
(+ evasion +amfbacklash reduction +magic damage reduction)
August 30 2009 11:22 PM EDT
Does killing a ToE holder stop its aura?
August 30 2009 11:27 PM EDT
It does considerably less damage than an EF.
With considerably less ways to have it's damage mitigated though ;P
August 30 2009 11:36 PM EDT
Rawr brought up that exact point a few posts back.
Let's not forget nothing in the game, not even leadership, boosts it's damage as well...
August 31 2009 8:28 AM EDT
Does the RoBF evasion stack linearly with AoI and DB evasion?
August 31 2009 9:03 AM EDT
The evasion effect from the RoBF stacks with the AoI, but the evasion levels stack with DBs/evasion.
August 31 2009 9:06 AM EDT
I don't think RoBF evasion stacks linearly with an AoI. I just tested a couple fights with and without my AoI, and the evasion on my RoBF stayed at 78 the whole time.
August 31 2009 9:10 AM EDT
"Evasion" granted by the AoI doesn't show up in the post battle stats.
August 31 2009 9:11 AM EDT
ahh, thanks didn't know that
The AoI doesn't grant Evasion.
It's a straight -20% chance to hit, and is the only (non Dex) thing that can reduce Base change to hit.
Say you're facing an Elbow (with Archery of course), and your Evasion+DBs negates your opponents PTH. You have equal Dex. The Elbow still have a 100% chance to hit you every round (as that's its base).
An AoI would then reduce that to 80%.
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