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  1. Templar & Healing Boost

    I did a little bit of testing and here are the results: Healing booze does affect on stoppable bodyguard per tick. Healing boots also affects prayer of resilience. With about 500 magic boost I heal an extra several hundred per tick with unstoppable bodyguard. As well as, 900 more restored HP on prayer of resilience. Hope this helps About Life Leaching Skill: correct @mooMOOMooMoomoo-KT, I can confirm that healing boost does NOT effect those types of skills.
  2. Ankle Breaker or Callous Strike

    Hi iBrollo, great question and hopefully sharing some of my insights will be helpful to you. Also, I see you here and there and just want to compliment your skinning choices l; that yellow/golden look is pretty awesome! Recommendations - Callous: I recommend going with Callus Strike. There are two reasons that come to mind before others. 1: you may use this skill on bosses, providing a damage increase to you while upping your sustainability because the debuff works on bosses like Beritra. 2: you may decrease the cool down significantly with a high crit rate and combining that crit rate with your daevanian shield skill. Ankle Breaker - upside: This skill provides interesting “next hit” combos. For example, using Ankle Breaker, buffing the next attack, and following it up with Invigorating Strike; allowing for a massive self heal and sustain. One more thing, if you use other stigmas with stuns and such, you can proc this skill much more than Callous (excluding bosses). Hope this helps you a little’ -Prince 克理
  3. Templar & Healing Boost

    Question: would a fellow Templar share about how healing boost effects us? skills to consider: - Draining Slash - Pray of Resilience - Invigorating Strike - Unstoppable Iron - etc: potions and serums
  4. Dear Daeva Friends & Foe :)

    (There will be typos) Dear GM Staff & NC Soft & Aion Players Friend and Foe, I hope my message finds you well this special Saturday. The reason for this reply is to address some very special members of the Aion community. To be more specific, I would like to express deep gratitude, as well as offer an apology with my sincerest regards. In gratitude: I humbly, and in late fashion, I thank NC Soft, GM Staff, Content Creators, Streamers, Community Engagers, Community representatives, Veteran Players, Governors, Generals, Officers, New Players near and far. I am thankful to you all because each individual person is and has been a part of building the most memorable times within this amazing digital world of Aetria which is home to so many. I am also thankful because the feeling of community and excitement has never felt as amazing as it does now, and is all praise to each one of you that has put in vast amounts of hard work, dedication, grinding, development, legion building, and incredible siege battles from the Abyss to Lakrum. Moreover, for all of the hard work, community building and wonderful people that I have had to honor and privilege to connect with, there is so much more to the game and each person that I know nothing about; therefore I deeply respect what I have experienced, and deeply respect all that goes on behind the scenes that I am currently unaware of. In apology with my sincerest regards: May I ask you to consider accepting my honest apology. I apologize to each one of you whom I had referenced above. I apologize because this community event was produced within an extremely short time frame, and we were not able to reach out to each one of you to ask your thoughts, to ask what your level of comfort with this is, to ask how you may interested in contributing to these special times. You all, were not included in the initial developmental conversations. Thus, even if you were all to objectively decline an invitation at this time, surely we should have given you the respect to decline personally; instead of requesting your support so close to the end of the current patch. In light of this, I acknowledge with great admiration all that you have done for us, spent for us, played with us over all of these years. Lastly, as some of us may already know, the game is in an exciting yet mysterious status, and we all desire for this game and community to continue to grow and expand because it is a second home to many of us. For too long, we let the future of Aion depend on only a small few. That was a responsibility they took upon their heart to grow. Now, all of us, must do our part! To take action, to be a voice in the future of how this game will be. Drastic as it may sound, drastic decisions were made, the patch is so close, and this will be just a small boulder, in the building of whatever we want it to be. Again, with respect, regards, and a humble look to the future, I appreciate you all. Let us do more than we ever have before. Warmly & Sincerely, Clumsiest Tank NA: Prince Kuli (please forgive my horrible writing)
  5. Dear Daeva Friends & Foe :)

    Looking forward to this first step, progression, and the future of Aion. Zipzap, thank you for posting this, you are greatly appreciated!