Fellow Players - PLEASE do not discuss whether or not this was an exploit. I would like to not get this thread shut down too. The devs have now stated that the shrink of the player was never intended DESPITE the fact that it was clearly indicated in the description. I would like to have this feature added back. Someone tried to submit a <bug> report, but it was closed as "Not a Bug" You can see the response in the link here: https://forums.daybreakgames.com/eq...bovoch-was-a-shrink-item.594276/#post-6605516 Before Bristlebane Day in 2017 the following write up was on EQ2 Traders: "Yep, there's more! First is the "Spotted Baby Bovoch", an heirloom spell for 20 coins. The spell shrinks the caster by 90% and summons a fluff pet Spotted Baby Bovoch. Yep, I said 90% shrink. " http://eq2.eqtraders.com/articles/article_page.php?article=q285 I'm having a really hard time believing that it was never intended. IF there is an underlying reason behind this change, then please have enough respect for your player base to tell us what that is. I really don't care if it's just a coder messed up somewhere and they're not sure how to correct it, or something else is happening behind the scenes. But, the fact that this effect was removed with ZERO mention of it in the patch notes, leads me to believe this is an oversight. Please consider bringing back the shrink effect of this bovoch, even if it means I would have an abnormally large pet (I hide it anyway). Or, alternatively, allow a different spell with the same effect.