Discussion in 'The Newbie Zone' started by Captain Video, Sep 13, 2018.
This question cannot be answered yes or no.
Is it a spell? Is it a spell used by multiple classes of casters?Can either of the following two classes use it? Wizard or ClericCan a Cleric use this spell?Can a druid cast this spell?Can any Int caster cast this spell?
Does activating an item cast this spell?
Is it an item, npc, or mob?
Is it a place such as a zone or a location in a zone?Is it related to location, transportation, or north-south orientation?Is it on the spell list of some player characters?
Is this spell level 20 or lower?*cackle*
Does the spell cause damage to it's target?
Is the item that casts the spell a charge-item, so that the charges run out on it when casting the spell?
Is the spell invoked by a potion?
Is the spell an illusion?
No, but this answer could be misleading.
Does the spell affect only player characters?
Mea culpa. I had a small conference with myself, and I am changing my answer to the question
"Is it related to location, transportation, or north-south orientation?"
From "No" to "No, but in one of those cases the answer might be misleading."
Cant be ensnaring roots...
Is the spell intended to be mostly bad for the intended target?
I'm going to give a definite No to this, with the caveat that how the caster might see it and how the intended target might see it are two different things...
Does the spell boost one or more stats of the intended target?
Does the effect provide a mana boost?
Does the spell include a damage shield component?
a limited number of charges clickie with a targeteable beneficial spell,that is on no toons spell list... <— is this an accurate description of the container of the spell?
Summarizes what is known so far, but still incomplete. In one key sense you are assuming an answer to a question not yet asked. You still get a Yes, primarily.
I assumed the targeteable part from the context above .
Is the container source players (tradeskill or summoned)?
Targetable was already answered, if somewhat indirectly. The question posed cannot be answered yes or no because it continues to make an unanswered assumption.
And the fun is just beginning... *cackle*
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