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[WAR] Como funciona el Disrupt
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Autor:  Pikhal [ 22/Nov/2008 13:29 ]
Asunto:  [WAR] Como funciona el Disrupt

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I have been curious about disrupt for quite a while now. I have been able to stack 30+ disrupt no problem as a warrior priest. I have chosen to ignore resists for the most part because of it. But the more I PvP, the more I think that disrupt is broken in certain ways. Let me explain..

It would appear to me that the "Disrupt" listed under the defense part of the player tab is the % disrupt for mainly debuffs and dots. I feel that nukes, specifically from sorcs, do not play on these same rules.

With 31 disrupt, that is nearly 1 out of every 3 spells cast on you. But from scrolling through combat logs, there are times where I will not resist a single nuke.


As an engy I run between 10-16 disrupt and with a tactic I can add +10 to me and my party. I had stacked resists to 1000-1100 which is 55%+ reduction before I went to the disrupt gear and have since noticed that resists of 500-600 with 10-16 disrupt is more effective than pure Resists.

Some Sorcs are harder to disrupt than others as stated above due to Int but overall in my opinion it's worth it.

RESPUESTA al anterior:

Cool! thanks for that info, I'll be sure to remember. I have always been a big advocater of avoiding incoming damage over mitigation or absorbing, so having a decent disrupt to me is paramount.

So your disrupt rate is thru +disrupt gear mainly? or have stacked some willpower?

Edit: Also you'll never have zero disrupt as willpower gives disrupt chance...

Willpower / (Level * 7.5 + 50) * .075 * 100 = +% Disrupt spells

As IB I am lucky, 480 willpower buff is pretty awesome,
172 base willpower at R40 + 480 from buff = 14% disrupt chance

Espero que os sirva. A mi para el Swordmaster me viene de perlas :D

Autor:  toyarmo [ 26/Ago/2020 08:02 ]
Asunto:  Re: [WAR] Como funciona el Disrupt

MUchas gracias, tu post me ayudara mucho

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