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10-07-2009 @ 12:03PM
In re your edit - in your AoE example the first tick of consecration, which occurred in the immune second and did not break your vanish, a second later, it ticked again, now outside your immune second and broke your stealth. To prove it is not working as intended, you need to show that the last tick of an DoT or AoE, which ticks and fades during the immune second would result in you being unstealthed when the immune second expired. You haven't done this,.
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