so i have been wondering, when a mob is near dying, at what point is it more dps effective just to spam ruin or ruin 2 as opposed to refreshing dots, since the mob will certainly die before the dots have run their entire course
What I’m here to talk about today isn’t the glories of being put on ice mid-cast (which, as you can see, is in fact glorious), but rather, Eos.
If you’re disabled—frozen, stoned, silenced, frogged, chickened, whatever—Eos will keep healing. And, unless you explicitly told her to go wait somewhere else, she’ll still follow you around. In the case of something like Scylla’s ice, where you’re taking a hundred-and-something damage every 3 seconds in addition to being frozen for over a minute, in addition to Unholies and sundry other AoEs, she will faithfully stay by your side, giving you hugs and keeping you alive.
Obviously this is beneficial in a situation like a Scylla fight where fireballs aren’t getting to where they need to be. But—
Well. As we discovered during the Scholar quest, fairies, unlike egis, actually care about their scholar (and apparently can last for centuries, more-or-less; sort of; it’s slightly complicated I think). So now I can’t help imagining a scholar who got turned to stone forever, or permafrosted by Shiva, or who fell into a sleep like death from which they can never awaken, with their life slowly whittling away.
And their fairy just floats there, hovering around them, very concerned and distraught.
Loyally embracing them back to health every 3 seconds as needed because infinite mana.
what do you mean, this isn’t canon
Ahhhh these are so good
Unlocked SCH also. I think it has a cute lil plot with the marauder and Eos. c:
So I found this at my local used book store…
stupid wedding reception selfies
You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people.
making a joke and waiting for a response like
They did it. They actually did it.
Y E S
Olgra has a model:
AHHHHH THIS IS ADORABLE ALL OF IT!
He grabs it, holds it, and spins it around.