Nope.nubikoen said:While we're on the topic, is the damage done by CB counted in the 'leach-able' damage?
Nope.And how about IM/Thorns, does that return damage dealt by CB?
If you play Magic: The Gathering it's the difference between damage and loss of life. One you can COP, the other you can't, and PDR is the Circle of Protection - in a way.Herald of Doom said:Yup. Though I'm don't think cb gets affected by pdr% like static gets affected by resist. Not sure about that one
It's a reduction of life, not damage that goes through the leech formula.ChthonVII said:Sure it isn't leechable? I could swear I've used hunger with high-CB druids and suddenly gotten both globes totally full in 1 bite on monsters w/ enough leech penalty that I was getting very little the bite or two before....
This doesn't sound right. I was under the impression that CB doesn't work on PI because you can't damage them and, hence, can't initiate physical harm allowing CB to occur (or is that open wounds?). If this is right is there a well-known monster that is 95% resistant to physical damage that clearly shows CB barely taking off life, i.e. taking more than the usual eight-to-ten swings to kill?RTB said:But CB is reduced by a positive physical resistance, and that's why it doesn't work on PI.