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12-04-2011 @ 8:07AM
Death Knight Tip for Darkmoon Faire:Path of Frost is great for getting out of the water and back to the cannon shoot game, but TURN IT OFF before trying again. You WILL die.
12-04-2011 @ 8:34AM
I had no trouble surviving the with with PoF on, it only seemed to do around 80-90k damage.
12-04-2011 @ 8:54AM
Same. Forgot, hit the water, damage, sank. It's not awful. Granted, I'm max level, which mght make a difference.
12-04-2011 @ 9:06AM
Just depends on your timing
12-04-2011 @ 9:29AM
Actually, eir, level has no impact on fall damage. Only distance fallen and other modifiers (such as the Path of Frost glyph) will reduce fall damage.
12-04-2011 @ 1:36PM
And more importantly: direction. Tilt your character (not just your camera, use right mouse button) DOWN (look at your feet) and you'll go through water safely even with PoF on. Same with Shammy water walking.
12-04-2011 @ 1:45PM
If you turn your camera so you're looking down upon your character, you'll sink into the water, even with path of frost and similar effects on. Good for those dungeons where you drop into water and you know someone will use it....
12-04-2011 @ 2:44PM
Yeah... this tip works for priests too, that use levitate to get out of the water and back to the shore. I forgot to turn it off before I launched again, when I "landed" it looked like I was still floating. When I moved my camera to see what was goin on, it seems that since I couldn't fall into the water, the launcher scooted me across the water. I was WAY OUT away from the target and the shore. lol
12-04-2011 @ 2:46PM
I also learned the hard way to remember to turn levitate off. I was getting frustrated wondering why the game kept bugging out and sending me into the middle of the ocean then...oh. But hey it was 3 am at this point :P
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