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4-30-2010 @ 4:49PM
When I read the statements you quoted I found myself wondering about how this will play out. It seems that natures torrent in some ways may prove to be the wild card. After all it states it will cast nature or arcane or possibly both. The "both" part sounds kinda rng-ish to me. While the possibility of predicting what it will likely cast after a few times with a particular mob may become apparent, the possibility of it casting both seems to add an element of the unknown to balancing a scale. As you pointed out it will be interesting to see if it somehow resets everything or drives it more and sends you toward the other side of the scale. Is the damage of the nature compared to the damage of the arcane on some sort of level ground or percentage to begin with scaling to the mob's resistances you are nuking? Also, did they clarify that you can go to one end of the meter and essentially stay there? I mean it seems as if there would be some kind of internal cd or reset after so many casts that might force you to cast in the opposite direction sort of like how they changed the current eclipse to prevent people from keeping one eclipse side up as much as possible. All in all I look forward to some kind of change as nothing has ever frustrated me as much as the rng factor and wasted eclipses in movement based fights we find ourselves in with the current situation.
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