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Q&A in The Camelot Herald

Posted by Jon Wood on Oct 17, 2005  | Comments

Q&A in The Camelot Herald -

Mythic's Dark Age of Camelot has a unique way of sharing their news with the world. Rather than present the news as "just another section of the site", developers have created The Camelot Herald. The Herald gives the news a very welcome immersive, in-game feeling.

This weekend, The Herald brought us this series of questions and answers:

Q: Can CS clear a quest for me? I don't want to do this old one, I want to do these champion quests!

A: I know regular Herald readers already know this, so if you all could please spread the word and tell them to check the story I posted here:, I'd surely appreciate it.

Q: Do AE dots, from shaman and bonedancer for example, stack with the AE dots from champion levels? And the same question for singletarget dots.

A: The Code Warrior looked it up, logged in to double check, and replied "The single target DoTs from the Seer champion level line is treated as a spec-line single target DoT for purposes of stacking, so bonedancers could use their base DoT and the champion level DoT, but Bone Army spec bonedancers would be better suited to using their spec line DoT.

"The area effect DoT from the Seer champion level line does in fact stack with the Bone Army spec area effect DoT."

Q: Friar staff damage is 100% dexterity based. Is caster staff damage 100% dexterity as well? If so am I correct in assuming then that it affects the damage from champion line styles?

A: CW again: "Correct, champion caster staves are treated as a weapon of the Staff class, which is set to use Dexterity as their skill for purposes of damage calculation. However since a caster will have a specialization of 0 in staves, the variance involved in calculating damage will make it difficult to see any benefit."

To read The Camelot Herald, click here.

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