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Grab Bag

Posted by Keith Cross on May 18, 2007  | Comments

Grab Bag | Dark Age of Camelot |

The folks over at EA Mythic's Dark Age of Camelot have released another edition of their Grab Bag. Traditionally posted by the DAoC team on Fridays, the Grab Bag answers some of the questions rasied by players throughout the week. Here's a sample of what's inside:

Q) Is there any way you guys can make it where a player can be anywhere in the game and receive a guild invite? It is such a pain to have to zone somewhere to give a guild invite. I know that group invites can be done anywhere in the game; it would be nice to be able to do the same with guild invites.

A) This is definitely on the list of things we want to do, we just don't know when we'll be able to fit it in yet.

Q) I noticed that my 50 Scout on Pendragon has the abilities Invocation of Fortitude and Invocation of Power. Are they truly supposed to both enhance strength?

A) No, one is a strength buff and one is a constitution buff.

Q) I was recently trying to level my 24 Phantasmal Wall spec'd Bainshee in Connacht, at the Cluricaun Camp. I had the (I thought) brilliant idea to use the Nature's Cocoon focus shell in the Nurture line from my Druid bot on my Bainshee. I would use a low level AoE root on my Druid to agro a large amount of the camp, and when they all came running, I would cast the PBAoE damage pulse on my Bainshee and kill everything in a couple pulses. Unfortunately, more often than not, they would kill me instead. I know the focus shell wasn't dropping after I cast it, because it would drop after I died. The delve says "all melee and spell damage to the target is reduced by the listed amount." It would appear this spell isn't working for me. Is there some trick to it I'm missing? Does the target need to be within a certain level range? Is it useful only in PvP? Or is it simply bugged and needing a quick fix?

A) The Nature's Cocoon spell indeed only works in RvR.

Read the whole Grab Bag here.