Ability terms

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3 years ago#1
What do they mean. When it says taunt or fear for example, what does it do to the player I'm attacking?
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3 years ago#2
Forces them to attack you.
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3 years ago#3
Taunt forces them to attack you. Fear usually forces them to walk slowly the other way for a sec or 2.
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3 years ago#4
Isn't this stuff in the glossary?
3 years ago#5
s0ySauced posted...
Taunt forces them to attack you. Fear usually forces them to walk slowly the other way for a sec or 2.


Fear makes them walk around at random. Sometimes away from you, sometimes towards. The net effect of both taunt and fear is that the enemy guardian is incapacitated, like a stun.
3 years ago#6
TrueDozenMarks posted...
Isn't this stuff in the glossary?


That's where I looked first but I couldn't find it.
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3 years ago#7
Taunt they are forced to attack you, fear they lose control of there charand it moves around randomely, root/snare means they can attack or use abilitys but can't move, stun is they can't move attack or use abilitys, and slow is slow.
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