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Concise description: You take twice as long to cast spells, and your spells are easily interrupted.
— In-game description
Skills that cause daze
- Headbutt (elite) — on yourself.
- Overbearing Smash — if target is knocked down.
- Quivering Blade (elite) — if target is moving.
- Skull Crack (elite) — if target is casting a spell.
- Bestial Mauling — if target is knocked down.
- Broad Head Arrow (elite)
- Concussion Shot — if target is casting a spell.
- Smoke Trap (elite)
- Fevered Dreams (elite) — when target gains 2 or more conditions. (The PvP version does not cause Daze.)
- Beguiling Haze (elite)
- Golden Skull Strike (elite) — if you are enchanted.
- Temple Strike (elite)
- Awe — if target is knocked down.
- Spear Swipe
- Stunning Strike (elite) — if target is suffering from a condition.
- Test of Faith — if target is not enchanted.
- Hidden Rock — only available during certain Wintersday minigames and quests.
- Technobabble (PvE-only) — if target is not a boss.
- Glyph of Concentration — ignores daze on your next spell.
- Brawling Block (PvE-only) — cannot be used while dazed.
- Dazed is effective against all spellcasters by making it much easier to interrupt their spells. A dazed target can be almost completely shutdown by characters with sufficiently high attack speeds.
- The visual indication of Dazed is white bubbles originating from the affected character's head.
- Most skills causing daze are elite, have long recharge, and/or have a condition that needs to be met.
- To protect yourself against Dazed, you can use skills that cause attacks to either miss or be blocked.
- Silencing upgrade components for weapons increase Dazed duration by 33%.
- A Rune of Recovery and the inscription "Soundness of Mind" can be used to reduce Dazed duration by 20%.
- This condition was named Silenced during beta testing, which is more consistent with its icon (a figure with a bandage around his mouth) and the name of the upgrade component that extends its duration (Silencing).
|The Guild Wars 2 Wiki also has an article on Dazed.|
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