Just checking if mine was broken.
Xalgar, Xalterra, Xaltemis, Xaldo, Armoured, Oldhag
Glurrg, Gluurg, Commendationz, Manchops, Mothnon
it's funny because noone really actually likes sapience
For shame, someone should write the people having this competition and let em know of this trickery and BS.
Le death throes of lotro.
There really is no competition, other than whoever gives us the most money will win our contest.
That's how RoR was voted best xpac of the year over WoW's MoP and Rift's SL BEFORE IT EVEN LAUNCHED!!!!
Both MoP and SL had 10 times the content of RoR.
[center][color=red]Now roaming the earth searching for a fun, interesting game.......again.[/color][/center]
Meh, I like Milt, at least he doesnt flip all OP and ezmode eveything. And he doesn't stick around when his side does ezmode too much
Dahmn hackers jacking my sig. What the hell. I'll fix it, SOON... It's hard to blame em for it though; what i mean is, how else are we suppose to get to mordor in a solo instance?
Anytime you wanna 1v1, let me know Throw me a pm in lotro forums or something......not sure if i have your info in gw2.
Since RoR reavers now have an innate, continuous buff called Relentless that provides a flat 20% PM/TM at full morale. As a reaver loses morale the mit buff is converted into a damage buff such that at close to defeat a reaver will have a 20% damage buff and no mit buff. This might explain a little why reavers can seem tanky at the start of a fight but less so toward defeat. As for traits I can not speak for all reavers, but none I know of trait any corruption mits - it's all masteries/crit rating/morale in various combinations, including myself. Racial traits provide additional mits as well as the comms pots. Reavers also have a couple self-HoTs (Wrath and ungating a defeat event by critting with Improved Gut Punch which allows the use of Glory in Victory) that make their morale bar move less slowly, mimicking the effect of damage being mitigated.
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