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4-30-2010 @ 5:17PM
DoT ticks causing the Eclipse bar to slide would certainly add an interesting variable, but not one that is overtly extreme. If the system is based around damage done; our DoTs deal such pitiful damage in relation to our nukes that it would be impossible for them to cause a more dramatic shift in Eclipse than simple casting would. If you go on a set sliding scale based on casting, then it is more likely that DoT ticks would still have a very low impact on the scale due to the normalization. Not saying it isn't impossible to create a system where this is what happens, it certain is possible, it just seems that such a system is unlikely.
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