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gargoyle wings move when not flying

Discussion in 'UHall' started by dungpile, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. dungpile

    dungpile Guest

    i play on atlantic and i have seen gargoyle chars standing and sitting. and there wings have non stop movement kinda like a wave effect from top to bottom.any idea why only some chars and not all?
     
  2. Salivern_Diago

    Salivern_Diago Lore Master
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    That'll be becuase they have the Gargloye in flight mode (Rather than in standed mode)
     
  3. dungpile

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    no they are not in flight mode. if your in flight mode you cant sit. i have a gargoyle and i know what flying is. there is only like 2 gargoyle chars i have seen doing this
     
  4. Salivern_Diago

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    Oh, I dunno then. Only ever seen them static or flying.
     
  5. Merion

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    If you're using the Enhanced Client, try to go into the user settings and turn off the idle animations (should be under graphics way down).
     
  6. Smokin

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    I think if I remember correctly with some testing awhile back that it has to do with having a spell channeling lantern in there hands. I pretty sure that is why mine does it. Look and see.
     
  7. dungpile

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    yup thats it a spell chan lantern thank you. that has been bugging me for some time and i never looked in there hands lol. again thank you and thank you all for the replies