Test Update 03/11/16 - Patch Notes and Discussions

Discussion in 'Test Update Notes and Bug Roundup' started by Kethir, Mar 11, 2016.

  1. Kethir Developer

    March 11, 2016

    *** Quests & Events ***

    - Keep an eye out for the 17th Anniversary tipsy newbie gnome race across Faydwer!
    - New rewards are available on a jubilant merchant for Commemorative Coins! Look for her in the Special Celebratory Goods section of your find window in the Plane of Knowledge!

    *** Spells ***

    - Druid - Changed the particle effects on the Frostfell Aura and Wildfire Aura lines so that they no longer make a sound when applied.
    - Enchanter - Changed the particle effect on the Mana Reiteration line so that it no longer makes a sound when it is applied.

    *** Progression Servers ***

    - Bosses on progression servers will now regenerate more health, especially while idle.

    *** Tradeskills ***

    - Tharkis' Select Reserve Catnip will no longer consume two items from the stack when used.

    *** Miscellaneous ***

    - Fixed client crash caused by a sound bug on the Test server.

    - The EverQuest Team
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  2. Gyurika Godofwar Augur

    Just an FYI. Somewhere in the last patch the 16th anniversary events went away. I'm not sure if they were intended to be up or not but if they were then they need to be reactivated for us for the 6 week period.
  3. Progress Augur

    Harm touch still needs to be fixed, as it affects EVERY player on the time locked progression servers; so in my opinion this should be the more important fix for our servers.
  4. Angahran Augur

    Just a minor thing, probably take 5 mins to fix.
    The damage shield messages, for some reason 'YOUR' is in all caps.
    e.g. a mob is pierced by YOUR thorns for 252 points of non-melee damage.
  5. TelinDarkforest Journeyman

    The fog clip plane doesn't affect tree foliage textures, only their trunks. So you'll see crisp trees in the far distance with their trunks faded by the fog. This has been happening for a while, but wasn't sure if it was intentional.