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Cyclone Armor

Discussion in 'Druid' started by whyuneedit, Feb 10, 2004.

  1. whyuneedit

    whyuneedit IncGamers Member

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    Cyclone Armor

    Is cyclone armor affected by resists? like if i get hit by a 300 dmg fireball, after pvp penalty, my cyclone armor absorbs 268, and my fire resist is 50%, will my cyclone armor take 50% or full damage?
     
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    First your resistances lower the damage. So if you had 50% resist, you would have 150 damage get through. Then Cyclone Armor would absorb that 150.
     
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    whyuneedit IncGamers Member

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    wut? i thought that cyclone armor absorbs ALL of the damage before the druid even takes any. thas why the cyclone armor goes away first, without taking any dmg.
     
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    Ma3lstr0m IncGamers Member

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    That's what Proudfoot said: 50% resists means you would take 150 damage. Cyclone Armour absorbs that damage.
    Meaning your resists affect CA.
     
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    0o0o0. ok i c. thx!
     
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    Yes, 150 getting through your resists I meant. Not through your CA.
     

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