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    Default Please permit me a very petty question

    I'm playing my first Druid now. (7 Druid/2 Monk). I just picked up Reaving Roar and it is incredible.

    But it seems that the kill counts in quests count most or even all of the kills by roar as "Misadventure"? Is this working as intended? I thought misadventure was for if they got killed by traps and such. It is technically MY roar that is killing them - just sayin'.

    I know, I know...the kill count means nothing in the grand scheme of things. But I'm not gonna lie - it is nice to see one's name at the top of the list

    Thanks again guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefferweffer View Post
    I'm playing my first Druid now. (7 Druid/2 Monk). I just picked up Reaving Roar and it is incredible.

    But it seems that the kill counts in quests count most or even all of the kills by roar as "Misadventure"? Is this working as intended? I thought misadventure was for if they got killed by traps and such. It is technically MY roar that is killing them - just sayin'.

    I know, I know...the kill count means nothing in the grand scheme of things. But I'm not gonna lie - it is nice to see one's name at the top of the list

    Thanks again guys.
    Shouldn't be counted as "misadventure" but then again I don't pay attention usually to who killed what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefferweffer View Post
    But it seems that the kill counts in quests count most or even all of the kills by roar as "Misadventure"? Is this working as intended?
    AFAIK this is WAI and it's probably to prevent Reaving Roar from chaining itself every time you kill a mob with it; otherwise it'd be ridiculously OP rather than just mostly OP.

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