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Oh, that last quote is interesting. I misunderstood it then. I thought, for example increasing attack speed as modifying the base speed of your attacks.
It really is worded confusing as hell (although Mark will probably come in mentioning how it's just worded correctly, is all; and he'd be right I guess)

Thanks for clearing that up anyway! :)
CliveHowlitzer wrote:

I am now too addicted to that feeling of being kicked in the nuts when you die.
Last edited by Alros on February 10, 2016 5:05 PM
Unstopple doesn't mean you are immune to chill/freeze/slow as I understand it. It's just that the negative effect of those have a threshold which is your base movement speed. Which is annoyingly slow once you get used to +30% ms boots and more from the tree.

To OP: While I somewhat feel the same about the Marauder regarding his ascendancies, (Why is there no 2h-stuff for marauder? Felt always as the 2h archetype for me, but I can live with that)
your choice of words is...I don't know. Let's just say that I hope you're trolling on purpose.
CliveHowlitzer wrote:

I am now too addicted to that feeling of being kicked in the nuts when you die.
Nightmares are fascinating. And scary...

My worst one happened when my gf stayed over a few years ago. (We live together now)

I dreamt we had to flee from some assassins who could morph into shadows to hide and trail their victims. It was kind of scary at times, because we felt we never really got rid of them. After a while we finally went to bed at my actual place where we were staying in the real world and were sure we lost them in some wild chase.

Suddenly, in the middle of the night, I wake up because I'm thirsty. I'm still remembering that weird nightmarish dream but am glad I'm awake and all. So I want to leave the room for the bathroom to get a glass of water when out of nowhere a fucking shadow in the hall becomes more solid and moprhs into a person to block my way. I freak out completely because I honestly believed it somehow wasn't a dream at all and rush back into my room to warn my girlfriend when I see a shadow in the corner of the bed becoming more solid and moving towards me as well. At this moment I'm absolutely mortified because I know we're both going to die within the next few seconds.
I was 100% absolute certain that we were going to die, absolutely terrified. This was the one moment in my life where I really felt nothing but horror. It's still weird today.

To proceed with the story: i finally wake up for real because my girlfriend woke up to find me laying on the floor wimpering and crying out. After she convinced me it was no dream this time (i switched on all the lights and checked the shadows for....things) i went to bed again to sleep peacefully.
But to this day i'm still wondering whether i had actually died if she hadn't woke me up in this exact moment. It certainly felt that way.
CliveHowlitzer wrote:

I am now too addicted to that feeling of being kicked in the nuts when you die.