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skill and spellweaving's effects?

Discussion in 'UO Spellcaster' started by alessandrov81, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. As newbee spellweaver (still 46 skill) i'm trying to understand what effects the spells could have at 120 skill... can't find anything on the faq or stratics... could someone with high spellweaving please write down the effects of the his/her spells?

    i'm interested in

    Gift of renewal, gift of life, attune weapon, wod (chance).. duration and "magnitude"

    thanks so much
     
  2. UO Guide - Spellweaving

    The link above (it's also in the stickies at the top) provides very precise information about spells and what each level of focus will do. Skill level doesn't change the duration or damage of any spellweaving spell (to my knowledge).

    Nearly every question I've ever had about spellweaving has been answered by UOGuide.
     
  3. mmm... i mean with 50 spellweaving my gift of renewal heals 7 hits with a delay of 2 seconds and last 28 seconds... when i had 20 it healed 5 hits each 2 seconds and the duraiton was 25 seconds... i understood that with 120 spellweaving the spells were more powerful, for istance gift of renewal heals 10 hits per seonds and last 2 minutes... (more with the focus) it isn't so?

    for example take the gift of renewal's duraiton formula from stratics:

    Duration: 1-5 minutes (Skill Level Real / 240, minimum 1)

    i believe now the minimum it's around 25 seconds.. but the skiil is still a factor?

    thanks
    .
     
  4. Chameleon

    Chameleon Guest

    Hi, i see from the link that 80 is the minimum skill to cast WOD.
    does it means that if i have 80 skill, i have 100% success in casting it?
    any difference between 80 & 85 spellweave?
     
  5. No, only at 120 skill will you have 100% success in casting WoD.
    I'd imagine the difference between 80 and 85 skill is negligible.