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Passive Reveal

Discussion in 'UO Spiels N Rants' started by Credinus, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. Credinus

    Credinus Guest

    Needs to be toned down. When 90 tracking/detect can't reveal a person with 200 points of hiding/stealth with an active detect, there's no reason passive reveal should be a near-guarantee of revealing with no points in tracking/detect. And yes, you can always shadow jump to avoid it, but that's kind of a silly argument to defend a bad mechanic.

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  2. eolsunder

    eolsunder Guest

    Well we've asked for this change ever since they changed it in the first place, but not a single reply.

    Everyone knows that passive reveal should have NO chance to reveal a GM hider/stealther if your tracking/detect isn't high enough in the first place.

    Someone with 50/50 track/detect should NEVER passive reveal a 100/100 hider stealther.

    Someone with 75/75 should have a very very slim chance. Even with 100 track/100 detect, passive reveal should be slim, you should be revealing them with active detection which should work more, while passive, even at 100/100 should be a low chance against a Gm hider/stealther. Simply for the fact you aren't even using a skill actively.