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Discussion in 'New Player Tips & Tricks' started by Gotja, Apr 23, 2017.
Great GGs (Gotja´s Guides) covering the fundamentals.
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Very well done, Gotja. These guides will be quite helpful for many players.
I miss the old cutthroat goja zerging in robes and t bagging we used to make noobs quit together
Watched all your vids, thanks for making them, quite the refresher.
More please. You never get stuff explained to you like this in-game.
Nice work, Gotja.
Gonna bump for new players, saw it linked in a recent thread.
I've been learning alot more about the game over the last 2 weeks but one thing I've noticed that I struggle with as a newer player is being able to identify the spells that people are casting or atleast what the common ones are. I can recognize some of them as people are beginning to cast them but the majority of them I cannot tell. Might I suggest a video on being able to identify what your opponent is casting? It's not like a player can cast the spells themselves and look at their character in a 3rd person. [Or atleast not that I know of lol]. I feel a video like that would be very helpful to newer players.
for the most part you can notice the school they are casting from and make assumptions from that....each school has its own animation..
So you will know its from the Greater magic school or Necromancy School...
Greater magic school has same animation no matter what spell you choose to cast from it..so if you see some one casting greater magic...could be Begone, Confusion...blah blah you should get the point from that.
You will know the school not the actual individual spell...
Greater magic has a red aura, fire magic orange, necro purple black, arcane turquoise/teal, water whitish blue, air white, lesser faded blue, earth green, spellchanting gold. You kind of learn to guess what they are casting based on these auras. Some of these colors may be off as I haven't played in a while.