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Grab Bag

Posted by Keith Cross on Feb 25, 2008  | Comments

Grab Bag - Dark Age of Camelot -

The Grab Bag returns this week to once again answer a myriad of miscellaneous questions from the Dark Age of Camelot community.

Q. I have an LGM Spellcrafter and I have been trying to figure out the Mystic Essence gems, which are for power. I know my power pool cap is very high yet I never see a change in my power pool when I imbue a Mystic Essence to a piece of equipment. Can you please explain how these affect the power pool when there is no visible change?

A. I ran to the Balancinator for this one: It increases your total power by the amount listed, but not by a percentage. For example, we will go under the assumption that a caster has 400 power points. This is the power pool. A bonus that is Power: 10% of power pool will increase your pool by 40 points up to 440. This is a noticeable difference because you have added another spell’s worth of power into your pool. The mystical essence jewels provides a flat benefit. Therefore, the bonus from it will be, Power: 10. This means that your power pool would only increase by 10 and your total power would be 410. In most cases, the bonus will not increase your power pool enough to cast an extra spell when you attempt to exhaust your power pool.

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