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6-14-2010 @ 4:33AM
Hi, I'm pretty sure you all guys took Mana Adept the wrong way. I mean, am I the only one that see this mastery as an awesome thing? Didn't read much about it, but what I do know is that people think Mana Adept works like this: 100% mana = 100% dmg, less mana, less dmg.Why do you think it works like that? Mana Adept you gain by going into the Arcane Tree, why don't people realize it works like 100% mana = 150% dmg, 0% mana = 100%?Works somehow the same as Auron's special from Final Fantasy XII, when he had 100% HP, he did 100% dmg, and the less HP he had left, the more dmg he dealt, this works the same way!!! But the opposite way! You get a dmg buff regarless of dmg! The only thing is that the buff increases the more mana you have! Where did you guys get the idea that you do less dmg than normal the less mana you have? Masteries are supposed to be a good thing, not a bad thing. The numbers I placed above are a complete invention, they are not real, it was just to pu an example. Any comments on that? Mana Adept is awesome.
6-14-2010 @ 6:01AM
Just realized I wrote some stuff wrong. Well, the general idea is that you get a dmg buff regardless of the mana you have, but the more mana you have, the bigger the buff is. Doesn't that make much more sense than you loose mana, you loose dmg?
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