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Discussion in 'Necromancer' started by Bigru, Mar 28, 2005.
does bear from beast receive summon res?
or any other summon charges, (valk, spirits, etc.)
Nope Second opinion?
Also no...But I don't really know...The Arreat Summit says minions...but that doesn't necessarily mean anything. Maybe RTB or someone equally knowledgeable will come by.
That bear is waste.. From when you are able to use Beast you are so far in the game that the bear is nothing but waste of gold :/
(I tested this myself)
But no, Summon resist does not affect Bear because it only affects necromancer summon skills.
kk twas just wondering ^^
thnx all for replys
Are you guys sure? I could've sworn I read somewhere that it does (referring to the valkarie from the runeword Harmony)
Indeed. I tried to find that thread, but it was made before the search function came back online. Maybe we should ask RTB.
It's true bear becomes a waste when you've advanced in the game to be able to wear Beast.
I would think that bear / valks / etc. WOULD receive summon res bonus because they have been "summoned" by the nec and also counts as his minions.
But the Summon Resist passive skill works like a synergy in some way. It only affects those skills it says "Gain bonuses from ..."
You would have to get some druid synergies to boost the bear I would say.
Am I wrong?
One thing I was wondering earlier was whether Summon resist acts like an invisible aura or a summoning synergostic skill (like one of the masteries) that works like a prebuff.
prebuffing will help summon resist, cause i think it adds to the summoned creatures base resistances as far as i know
wat happens if ya raise a skele with Zero in summon res, then chuck a point in it? do they suddenly gain summon res?
I've never seen a skill so vaguely described in skills.txt. I think I'll go do a big necromancer test after a couple more of these threads.
Summon Resist is prebuffable, and in Bigru's example the skellie would have 0% resist.