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Druid spell duration

    • 107 posts
    March 12, 2017 11:42 AM PDT

     I hope that VR gives druids a better duration on thier buffs. Or a shorter duration on mana regen. After playing my druid since launch I came to think the spell duration for buffs was much to short. I like to solo a lot and after I get through buffing myself and meddinf to get my mana back it seemed that the buffs wuld only last one battle or so. I would usually only use armor, sow, and maybe a damage shield so I could get into the fray faster. Even then the damage shield would fade sometimes before the mob was dead. Do not get me wrong, I loved eq1  from launch  until i stopped because it was getting to weird.

     So make the buffs last longer or make it so mana regened a little faster. Please. 

    • 1297 posts
    March 12, 2017 3:21 PM PDT

    Isaya said:

     I hope that VR gives druids a better duration on thier buffs. Or a shorter duration on mana regen. After playing my druid since launch I came to think the spell duration for buffs was much to short. I like to solo a lot and after I get through buffing myself and meddinf to get my mana back it seemed that the buffs wuld only last one battle or so. I would usually only use armor, sow, and maybe a damage shield so I could get into the fray faster. Even then the damage shield would fade sometimes before the mob was dead. Do not get me wrong, I loved eq1  from launch  until i stopped because it was getting to weird.

     So make the buffs last longer or make it so mana regened a little faster. Please. 

    The bottom line is that there has to be downtime. And there has to be balance. It's really just a simple matter of balancing. I am curious to see how they differentiate classes by giving some classes a higher concentration of powerful buffs with high mana cost and/or short duration and other classes having a higher concentration of less powerful buffs with low mana costs and/or long durations. You can't have the best of both worlds, unfortunately. If you want less downtime, you will likely have to pay for it in other areas.