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1-11-2009 @ 6:37PM
I don't understand. . . . . So can someone explain how something like Ebon Plague is put in the same category as crowd control spells? Also, what is the point in having 30% resistance in something like Virulence if this is the way things are going?Why does Blizzard have such a problem with harmful spells over time? It's not like you can dispell a fireball to the face.This is not an attempt on my part to QQ but rather a plea to try and understand it.
1-11-2009 @ 8:34PM
Ebon Plague increases magical damage done to the target, along with disease damage done. As it is not a damage over time spell, or a buff, it doesn't get the benefit of dispel resistance.
1-12-2009 @ 1:35AM
"So can someone explain how something like Ebon Plague is put in the same category as crowd control spells? "It's not... It's put in the same category as "non harmful debuffs" the change will effect many spells not just cc... I guess the CC will be most noticable however. Entangling Roots for example is a solid enough CC these days and presumably shan't be affected as it causes damage.
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