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6-10-2009 @ 12:56PM
Fromhttp://elitistjerks.com/f47/t29742-spell_casting_mechanics/#Application_of_stats_to_spells"In the case of direct damage spells, everything is determined when the spell cast is complete. Once the spell cast is complete, the amount of damage the spell does, whether it crits or not, the degree to which it is partially resisted is known.For direct damage projectiles, most debuffs and buffs are taken to account at this time as well. The only target buffs and debuffs taken into account when a spell actually lands (as opposed to when it is cast) are: * immunities * absorption shields * buffs and debuffs with charges (Stormstrike, Improved Shadowbolt)Everything else is taken into consideration when the spell cast is complete."
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