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Grab Bag

Posted by Jon Wood on Sep 18, 2006  | Comments

Grab Bag -

This week's Grab Bag was edited this morning over at EA Mythic's Dark Age of Camelot. Still, same as always, we can't put it all in here, so follow the link at the bottom to read the entire Bag:


Edited, Monday Sept. 18, 10:30 AM. Ook ook ah ah ah EEE EEE EEE!


This page has some info on how Realm Points work. But the question is how accurate is this information?

A: I doublechecked with the programmer known for the moment as Red Daddy. Here was his response:

The Knowledge Base article is correct in broad strokes. Here's the breakdown from the code:

  1. Figure out who all had a hand in killing the target and how much they ( or their group ) contributed
  2. Figure out how much the target was worth max a. This takes level, realm rank, Champion Level and Master level into account
  3. Based on your level and those of the other attackers vs. that of the target and your ( or your group’s ) contribution, figure out how many RPs you will get
  4. Apply any relic, population or other bonuses
  5. Award the result

Note the following:

  1. If your target was recently killed she may be worth reduced or no RPs
  2. If you have used a corpse summoner recently, you cannot gain RPs
  3. If the target is too far below you in level, you do not gain RPs
  4. If the target took too much PvE damage compared to PvP damage, you will not gain RPs
  5. If you were recently killed, you will earn reduced RPs
  6. If you are dead, you will receive reduced RPs

Q: Why is it that you can't summon your horse while in Shade Form... and if you’re ON your horse and turn to Shade Form it kicks you off your horse? Intended or bug?

A: Edited because we are monkeys and misread the question, making the original answer wrong.

From Designing Goddess: You can indeed summon your mount while in necromancer shadeform. You ride around as the ghost, your pet follows behind. We put some code in place during DR launch to allow the pet to keep up.

The Shades of Mist "shadeform" puts you into combat, which disallows you from summoning a mount.

Read the bag here.

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