Disclaimer: I’m going to brag a bit. You know, just to get it out of my system. And then I promise to move on to what I’m really trying to say. So if you don’t like bragging farts, stop reading here and feel free to skip down to the next section if it pleases you. [...]
From Tolero on the Forums @ 05-26-2011, 01:31 PM
…the minimum equip level on the crafted items is indeed not working properly. The min levels on crafted items are supposed to be lower than they are currently, and in most cases, lower than random loot. (Original Post)
This means be careful about what you craft, you [...]
Opposing Alignment Weapon Enhancments (Prefix)
Weapons enchanted with alighnment damage can penetrate the damage reduction of powerful creatures and do extra damage on normal monsters with opposing alignment. Those of opposite alignment who weild these kinds of weapons will be affected with one temporary negative level. Those of True Neutral alignment are opposite of nothing, so these [...]
Elemental Weapon Enhancements (Prefix)
An elemental weapon has been sheathed in an element and deals an additional 1d6 elemental damage per hit. Some will take additional or double damage from a particular element, while others will be immune or even heal based on the elemental damage done. Elemental damage is equivalent to a +1 enhancement in terms of [...]
Materials are what the weapon is made out of. They have no effect on the minimum level to wield the weapon. Each of the materials described below has a definite game effect. Some creatures have damage reduction based on their creature type or core concept. Some are resistant to all but a special type of [...]
This is a multiple part series where I plan to go over several aspects of weapons on a very basic level. Today’s article I will go over enhancement slots or traits for weapons.
When you examine a randomly generated magic weapon in DDO you’ll see several things about the weapon, but today I’m going to focus [...]
In light of the new and upcoming crafting system, I thought it would be neat to go over the highlights. Though I can only speculate on what the final crafting system will be like, but from interviews and articles on Turbine during PAX East 2011 this is what I know:
Weapon Crafting will be the [...]
Jim Roslof, former Art Director for TSR and D&D artist, was known for his cover art and interior illustrations in classic D&D modules, passed away earlier this week on March 19th. His best known piece was the cover art of Keep on the Borrderlands, an early best selling module written by Gary Gygax in 1979.
What is Healing Amplification?
Also known as Healing Amp, Healing Amplification is a state applied to your character that increases the number of hit points gained by healing spells.
Where can I get Healing Amp From?
You can get healing amp from the following ways. I’ve also listed some examples (I’m NOT going to list all of the [...]