Undead Bane?

AuthorTopic: Undead Bane?
Warrior
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what does the "Undead Bane" effect do?
Anythign useful?

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R.R
Posts: 179 | Registered: Friday, February 23 2007 08:00
Guardian
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Presumably, it does extra damage to undead(Ghosts). So, naturally, Nalyd's hands get burned off every time he tries to use it.

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May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
Posts: 1636 | Registered: Wednesday, January 5 2005 08:00
Warrior
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Does that explain why the Rotghroth you meet in the labs acts so strange?
I know its misshapen and all that,but it waits like 3 turns just to attack...Other than that,it roars challenges at you.

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R.R
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Guardian
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No. . . That's just odd scripting. Or a bug.

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May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
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Law Bringer
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Radiance is supposed to do extra damage versus undead, but in a test with three items at once - sword. shield, and necklace - I couldn't get a noticeable increase.

The rotgroth in the wrecked lab gives you time to attack or flee unless you close to melee with it.
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Warrior
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Ohh,right,because at this point you might not be strong enough to kill it...Even if i was,i would run,i don't like them.
The first time i saw one I got scared...really.

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R.R
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Apprentice
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Rotgroths are easy to kill if your over lv. 20 and a few creations.
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Warrior
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What would you do if you met one in real life?

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R.R
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Shock Trooper
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Give it a flower, I think taht all Rotghroths need are more friends :( .

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Warrior
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To be fair, I don't know if rotgroths count as undead. Shades, etc. do (I assume) but other than decaying all over the place, I think that rotgroths are just regular, living creations.
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Raven v. Writing Desk
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Rotghroths are not undead, nor do they count as them. (No, they aren't zombies.)

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Warrior
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They are living creations...That rot.
Their skin grows back very quickly,then decays back off. (eww)
which explains the smell,and the acidic stuff on their bodies.
I think all they need is a big hug. :)

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R.R
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Warrior
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Except for the fact that you're likely to not have arms after that.

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Warrior
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You might not...and then they might eat the rest of you,if it was a rogue.

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R.R
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