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[NEWS] Changes to test center today...

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Guest, Mar 21, 2008.

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    Test Center 1 Has Been Updated
    Jeremy Dalberg 21 Mar 2008 16:42:32

    TC1 has been updated with the following:

    - Changes to Archcure have been reverted

    - Fixed an additional bug that caused properties to be dropped on some ML weapons

    - Fixed the issue with bonded pets not leaving ghosts

    - Added Pet Summoning Balls and 100 Translocation Powder to bank boxes

    - Added a Crystaline Ring to the bank per players request. Note: players will have to make a new character to get this ring in their bank box

    - Fixed an issue with the Library Talisman sometimes not having useful properties
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    Guest Guest

    "Why are you un-nerfing Archcure? Why did you nerf it in the first place?"

    Leruocian says:

    "When we were looking into a flagging issue for archcure, we noticed that the cure percentage for archcure seemed very high for a spell that was only two circles higher than cure and it affected an area of effect.

    So on paper, it seemed like it needed an adjustment.

    However, there are other variables to consider as you all have pointed out.

    1. Poison can be applied very frequently.
    2. Frequent interrupts can occur.
    3. A lot of our high end mobs use poison regularly.
    4. Players who like to play medic style characters would be drastically affected by this change in peerless encounters.
    5. The spell casting time of archcure.

    And so on.

    So after further internal analysis as well as reviewing all the player feedback, we've decided to put the cure potency percentage back to what you all are used to.

    I didn't mind taking credit for leading the recent PvP effort which the team feels was highly successful. I'll also take the blame for the proposed archcure change.

    Thanks again to everyone who expressed their feedback on this issue."


    This info was gathered from UO Herald