Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 12:46 pm Post subject: Healing then hitting, and hitting then healing - Xp and Mo?
Correct me if I'm wrong.
If I hit someone, I won't get xp for healing them afterwards.
Do I still get the MO shift, though?
And other way around: If I first heal someone, can I hit them afterwards?
Would this grant MO shift? How about xp? _________________ "I am your Slave
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Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 3:45 pm Post subject:
No MO shift in the case of hit-than-heal. If you heal the guy then bash them, you don't get exp for the hit. I'm not sure about MO although it's been a while... _________________
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1. MO shift is now based on amount of damage done or healed
2. Whichever one you do second will generate 0 damage done/healed
It should be a case of MO shift for the first action, none for the second action, should it not?
If I recall correctly.
- If you heal first, and then hit. You trigger a zerg flag and auto miss (you can continue healing). You get MO shift for heal actions
- If you hit first, and then heal. You do damage on hit and get xp. On the heal, it does actually heal the subject and your HP healed stat increases, but you do not get the xp for it. You get MO shift for attacking, but no shift for Healing (even though the healing does work)
Edit: Just tested and it is as I described. _________________ Bob Ross | Feral | 3628 - Catvom | Feral | 3627 - Haldos Jnr. | RRF | 3659 - MonkeyDawg | PoR | 3631 - A Speciality Priest of Tempus | Lawful Good | 4489
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Last edited by catvom on Thu Oct 08, 2015 6:53 pm; edited 2 times in total
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Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 6:48 pm Post subject:
Hmmmm I was pretty sure hitting first then healing generated 0 HP healed. Again from memory though. Time for testing... _________________ Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're NOT out to get you.
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