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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:05 pm 
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Thalore

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Location: East Sussex, England
My character came back from the East, and had a confrontation with Snaproot. However, it appears that in his desperation, he accidently killed himself.
From Beta 20b:

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Snaproot hits Snaproot for 60.79 physical damage.
Snaproot is knocked back!
Snaproot hits McBeth for 167.06 physical damage.
McBeth resists the punch!
You leech 25.0 life from your foes.
McBeth uses Slash.
McBeth hits Snaproot for 123.93 physical damage.
Snaproot uses Crush.
Snaproot hits McBeth for 57.23 physical damage.
Snaproot resists your torment.
You leech 25.0 life from your foes.
McBeth performs a critical strike!
McBeth hits Snaproot for 115.27 physical damage.
Snaproot hits McBeth for 56.70 physical damage.
You leech 25.0 life from your foes.
McBeth hits Snaproot for 72.48 physical damage.

Snaproot uses Throw Boulder.

Snaproot hits Snaproot for 60.79 physical damage.

Snaproot is knocked back!
Snaproot hits McBeth for 168.69 physical damage.
McBeth resists the punch!
McBeth killed Snaproot!
Welcome to level 40 [McBeth].
McBeth has 3 stat point(s) to spend. Press G to use them.
McBeth has 2 class talent point(s) to spend. Press G to use them.
Personal New Achievement: Level 40!
Your hate has conquered a great adversary! (+9.2 hate)
You leech 25.0 life from your foes.

So, your honour, I plead not guilty to the charge of murder.

Predawn

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:21 pm 
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I think it is more likely that you are seeing this bug (/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=24931) and killed Snaproot with your life leech down there at the bottom. I move for your sentencing!

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:03 am 
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Is this the same problem of targetted attacks, in which the target is chosen, and the attack made, but not as one fluid moment :?:

re:the recent topic concerning Flamewrought

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It's not taking 2 turns. It's taking one turn but your turn is used as soon as you activate an item. If the item requires targeting you're using the turn, the monsters go, and then you target and the effect takes place. Then you go again.

It's an order disconnect. All items work this way.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:13 am 
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You definitely killed him. His blood (sap?) is on your hands. Murderer...

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:17 am 
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Predawn wrote:
Is this the same problem of targetted attacks, in which the target is chosen, and the attack made, but not as one fluid moment :?:

re:the recent topic concerning Flamewrought

edge2054 wrote:
It's not taking 2 turns. It's taking one turn but your turn is used as soon as you activate an item. If the item requires targeting you're using the turn, the monsters go, and then you target and the effect takes place. Then you go again.

It's an order disconnect. All items work this way.


Predawn


No, the issue is how the log is currently condensing all the damage you deal into one nice long line. It is collecting all the damage you do and delaying writing until the end of your turn... which is after you have killed the beastie. DG is aware of it.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 3:32 pm 
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Does no one else see the beautiful irony of McBeth killing trees? This proves games can be art.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 5:18 pm 
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Is this a dagger I flurry before me?

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