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Grief not adding to Smite Damage

Discussion in 'Paladin' started by Damaioshin, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. Damaioshin

    Damaioshin IncGamers Member

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    Grief not adding to Smite Damage

    Maybe i am just stupid, but i was to understand that Grief would add to my smite damage. Yet when i equip it, my damage doesnt apear to go up at all in the stat window. Is this a bug or does grief not add to smite damage at all?

    I have searched all over, and from what i can find, grief is one of the main weapons for a smite paladin. If it doesnt add damage...then whats the point of it?
     
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    Shaigon IncGamers Member

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    Its hidden damage.
     
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    zuke IncGamers Member

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    It does add, trust us. Also, you might want to do a search on the LCS "Lying Character Screen".
     
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    Damaioshin IncGamers Member

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    thank you :) same goes for fortitude and smite i am guessing as well?
     
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    LordLoco IncGamers Member

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    The added damage is a result of the target defense reduction that is granted by the grief runeword
     
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    ToThePoint IncGamers Member

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    haha? dont spout useless rubbish.
    the added damage is result of the +damage modifier getting added to the holyshield bonus.
    Yes it works - no its not shown on screen (for any attacks)
     

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