WEFOUNDArea of Effect: The Crucible Shard, Book 5


Area of effect refers to skills or other gameplay mechanics that affect creatures in a specific proximity to the target.

An area of effect skill may only affect a maximum of 5 targets, determined by proximity: Only the 5 closest enemies to the centerpoint of the area of effect will be affected. Similiarly, when affecting allies, closest party members are affected first, followed by closest non-party member allies .

Area effect mechanics have multiple possible types. For example, most melee attacks made with a sword (or larger weapons) will also hit up to 2 other (3 in total) foes if they are close enough to actual target of attack. A Fireball hits foes within certain radius from its initial target. Winds of Chaos will bounce from the target enemy to any target within its set range.

Area of Effect (AoE) skills affect a given area of the playfield, and not any one specific target; any target inside of the area will be affected by the skill. The affected area generally does not move over time, so players can move away to avoid negative effects or closer to benefit from positive effects. Area of effect skills affect all valid targets within the horizontal radius regardless of barriers or altitude.

In PvE , henchmen and creatures flee from AoE skills that do damage over time , but generally take 2-3 seconds of damage before fleeing.

Most AoEs require a target; however, some will take effect around the caster. These are called PBAoEs —point-blank area of effect.

Area of effect refers to skills or other gameplay mechanics that affect creatures in a specific proximity to the target.

An area of effect skill may only affect a maximum of 5 targets, determined by proximity: Only the 5 closest enemies to the centerpoint of the area of effect will be affected. Similiarly, when affecting allies, closest party members are affected first, followed by closest non-party member allies .

Area effect mechanics have multiple possible types. For example, most melee attacks made with a sword (or larger weapons) will also hit up to 2 other (3 in total) foes if they are close enough to actual target of attack. A Fireball hits foes within certain radius from its initial target. Winds of Chaos will bounce from the target enemy to any target within its set range.

Area of Effect (AoE) skills affect a given area of the playfield, and not any one specific target; any target inside of the area will be affected by the skill. The affected area generally does not move over time, so players can move away to avoid negative effects or closer to benefit from positive effects. Area of effect skills affect all valid targets within the horizontal radius regardless of barriers or altitude.

In PvE , henchmen and creatures flee from AoE skills that do damage over time , but generally take 2-3 seconds of damage before fleeing.

Most AoEs require a target; however, some will take effect around the caster. These are called PBAoEs —point-blank area of effect.

Area of effect (or AoE ) is a term used in many role-playing and strategy games to describe attacks or spells that can affect multiple targets within a specified area * . Spell vamp have reduced effects when used with AoE abilities.

Chain area of effect spells start their effect with a single target, but, if there is another valid target within the range of the chain, the effect will jump to that target.

This type of ability usually bounces only a limited number of times and cannot hit the same target twice. There are, however, exceptions:

Area of effect refers to skills or other gameplay mechanics that affect creatures in a specific proximity to the target.

An area of effect skill may only affect a maximum of 5 targets, determined by proximity: Only the 5 closest enemies to the centerpoint of the area of effect will be affected. Similiarly, when affecting allies, closest party members are affected first, followed by closest non-party member allies .

Area effect mechanics have multiple possible types. For example, most melee attacks made with a sword (or larger weapons) will also hit up to 2 other (3 in total) foes if they are close enough to actual target of attack. A Fireball hits foes within certain radius from its initial target. Winds of Chaos will bounce from the target enemy to any target within its set range.

Area of effect refers to skills or other gameplay mechanics that affect creatures in a specific proximity to the target.

An area of effect skill may only affect a maximum of 5 targets, determined by proximity: Only the 5 closest enemies to the centerpoint of the area of effect will be affected. Similiarly, when affecting allies, closest party members are affected first, followed by closest non-party member allies .

Area effect mechanics have multiple possible types. For example, most melee attacks made with a sword (or larger weapons) will also hit up to 2 other (3 in total) foes if they are close enough to actual target of attack. A Fireball hits foes within certain radius from its initial target. Winds of Chaos will bounce from the target enemy to any target within its set range.

Area of Effect (AoE) skills affect a given area of the playfield, and not any one specific target; any target inside of the area will be affected by the skill. The affected area generally does not move over time, so players can move away to avoid negative effects or closer to benefit from positive effects. Area of effect skills affect all valid targets within the horizontal radius regardless of barriers or altitude.

In PvE , henchmen and creatures flee from AoE skills that do damage over time , but generally take 2-3 seconds of damage before fleeing.

Most AoEs require a target; however, some will take effect around the caster. These are called PBAoEs —point-blank area of effect.

Area of effect (or AoE ) is a term used in many role-playing and strategy games to describe attacks or spells that can affect multiple targets within a specified area * . Spell vamp have reduced effects when used with AoE abilities.

Chain area of effect spells start their effect with a single target, but, if there is another valid target within the range of the chain, the effect will jump to that target.

This type of ability usually bounces only a limited number of times and cannot hit the same target twice. There are, however, exceptions:

A term used in many role-playing and strategy games to describe attacks or other effects that affect multiple targets within a specified area . For example, in the ...

Increased Area of Effect Support Support, AoE Icon: E Mana Multiplier: 140% Requires Level 38 Supports any skill with an area of effect . Per 1% Quality:

Area of effect (often referred to as AoE) refers to a specified area in which multiple enemies can be affected by a skill. Skill gems with an area of effect have the ...

Area of effect refers to skills or other gameplay mechanics that affect creatures in a specific proximity to the target.

An area of effect skill may only affect a maximum of 5 targets, determined by proximity: Only the 5 closest enemies to the centerpoint of the area of effect will be affected. Similiarly, when affecting allies, closest party members are affected first, followed by closest non-party member allies .

Area effect mechanics have multiple possible types. For example, most melee attacks made with a sword (or larger weapons) will also hit up to 2 other (3 in total) foes if they are close enough to actual target of attack. A Fireball hits foes within certain radius from its initial target. Winds of Chaos will bounce from the target enemy to any target within its set range.

Area of Effect (AoE) skills affect a given area of the playfield, and not any one specific target; any target inside of the area will be affected by the skill. The affected area generally does not move over time, so players can move away to avoid negative effects or closer to benefit from positive effects. Area of effect skills affect all valid targets within the horizontal radius regardless of barriers or altitude.

In PvE , henchmen and creatures flee from AoE skills that do damage over time , but generally take 2-3 seconds of damage before fleeing.

Most AoEs require a target; however, some will take effect around the caster. These are called PBAoEs —point-blank area of effect.

Area of effect (or AoE ) is a term used in many role-playing and strategy games to describe attacks or spells that can affect multiple targets within a specified area * . Spell vamp have reduced effects when used with AoE abilities.

Chain area of effect spells start their effect with a single target, but, if there is another valid target within the range of the chain, the effect will jump to that target.

This type of ability usually bounces only a limited number of times and cannot hit the same target twice. There are, however, exceptions:

A term used in many role-playing and strategy games to describe attacks or other effects that affect multiple targets within a specified area . For example, in the ...

Increased Area of Effect Support Support, AoE Icon: E Mana Multiplier: 140% Requires Level 38 Supports any skill with an area of effect . Per 1% Quality:

Area of effect (often referred to as AoE) refers to a specified area in which multiple enemies can be affected by a skill. Skill gems with an area of effect have the ...

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