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11-15-2007 @ 3:53PM
#12 - I can attest that other traps can still be in effect in parallel. On big AOE scenarios I lay a frost trap on the ground, and as soon as it is tripped, I lay another frosty under the feet of one of the AOE mobs a short way away from the center, effectively increasing the area of the frost effect. This was tested on Tidewalker's Murlocs Wednesday night. On Tuesday in Karazhan, on the mana elementals leading up to Curator, I typically lay a frost trap in the cooridoor to slow down the wymrlings, and as soon as it is triggered, I lay an explosive trap at their feet for extra AOE (I get bored and think up this crap a lot). Sure enough the explosive trap stacked with the slowing effect.So... I can reasonably confirm that only freeze traps cannot be in effect concurrently.
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