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I included the context to show that it was in combat and then changed the damage to make light of the situation. Gavial brains do not understand humor, I'm told...
While not on a regular basis, I have punched for over 90 damage a handful of times.
I suppose this concept makes sense. I believe it was either the first or second attack in combat.Belanna wrote: ↑Sun Apr 05, 2020 12:16 amfrom what I have experienced- blocking their first attack will not put you -in combat-
Not until they get a successful or near success(a swing and a miss) will it put you into combat for you to have an auto target.
Later blocks shouldn't drop you out though.
Usually my first two attacks are targeted and that generally covers any initial blocks so I can then just cast globe/pray strike/k/etc.
If the enemy does get the first swing you are usually good to go though.
I don't know if that was intended or not either, but if you are just trying to move through a low level area quickly it can keep you out of combat status.
And I changed it for good reason, because people are inherently nosey and will meta that shit. Clearly the thing you paid most attention to was the damage done and not the issue of dropping combat/losing my target on a block.
I feel like this was an old problem, but I don't see it reported on the forums...
A swirling globe of water begins to materialize before you. The globe of water crashes into a hooded flusherman, exploding with a splash!
The globe of water is a nice strike (69).
You block a hooded flusherman's attack with a dented tin shield!
You don't see them here.