Enfeeble on Reflect Monsters

Does enfeebling a monster that has a reflect aura (or the recipients of said aura) reduce the amount of damage reflected?
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GGG has stated that reflect can miss and it's calculated mobs accuracy vs your evasion so it reduces insane amount (especially quality enfeeble) dealt back over time. I'm not sure about that -34% damage tho
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Last edited by 666DalmatiaN on May 27, 2013, 6:54:35 AM
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Yes it does, enfeble says the amount of monster damage is reduced, and reflect works as if the monster is attacking you for the amount of damage that was reflected, not 100 percent sure but im pretty sure it does reduce the amount of damage you will take
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all dem people with IR and US wondering why they get instagibbed with reflect

since enfeeble drops their accuracy you will see a drop in damage spikes yes

but im not sure about elemental reflected spells since spells can't miss

so damage reflected from spells does that also use their acuracy or is the damage reflected back a spell as well?
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all dem people with IR and US wondering why they get instagibbed with reflect

since enfeeble drops their accuracy you will see a drop in damage spikes yes

but im not sure about elemental reflected spells since spells can't miss

so damage reflected from spells does that also use their acuracy or is the damage reflected back a spell as well?


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And no. You can't evade reflected spell damage
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Yes it does. And if you're using an attack and have decent evasion, you'll take almost no damage as the reflected damage can be evaded.
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So I'm presuming yes at this point, despite a mixed bag of answers...?
Last edited by Crevox on May 27, 2013, 5:14:46 PM
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