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12-31-2008 @ 2:08PM
Hey, don't underestimate the awesomeness that will be castable-on-others Levitate. =P
12-31-2008 @ 3:13PM
I only hope that extending Levitate to others prompts them to maybe *fix* the spell. Man, I love this situation with Levitate:I'm in the water. I would like to be *above* the water. Of course you can't jump while you have levitate *on*. My options consist of the following:1. Find a way to get back up onto land and then cast it. Not so bad if I'm in a relatively narrow stream, slightly more problematic if I'm out at sea or surrounded by sheer cliffs.2. Jump above the water and hit Levitate, hoping it goes through at the right time to keep me above the water. If I time it wrong, I end up *in* the water with levitation, unable to jump above the surface and still swimming. I have to remove the buff and try again. Note that timing will change depending on my current latency.2 can be a right pain to work with. I cannot imagine how it can be done when I'm casting it on *another person*, except with a lot of luck or patience.That said, I am eagerly awaiting Levitate for others, because I anticipate using it at inopportune times to annoy the heck out of other people. Since I can't downrank spells and spam heals on people until they scream anymore, I've been lacking in annoying spells.
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