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    Default How come pale master shroud has reduced healing, but skeleton knight dosent have?

    Skeleton knight totally dependent on your death aura for healing, even with clerics along, their healing dosent work. Nor is there a hire that is usable to heal them.

    On the other hand, both doggos work, although iron mutt also has reduced healing, shouldnt skeleton knight also have the reduced availability?

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    not totally true
    harm spell - flip side of the heal one works just like a heal on them
    PROBLEM - most clerics never bother with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatherpirate View Post
    not totally true
    harm spell - flip side of the heal one works just like a heal on them
    PROBLEM - most clerics never bother with it.

    tested
    Dont think harm is loaded in hire script, at least never noticed them fire it off before.

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    Well to be fair, the skeleton knight is legit undead, so it should properly be immune to positive healing - as opposed to undead shroud, which isnt actual undeath.

    But then again, the iron defender is a true construct - not a living construct - so it should technically be immune to positive healing as well...

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    dont they ultimately die stupid either way? 0.o



    well i guess i never played with skelee still need wiz lives ...

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