Game updates/20070607

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[edit] Update 2 - Thursday, June 07, 2007

[edit] Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug that prevented players from entering a Challenge Mission in Hard Mode.
  • Removed inaccurate changes to several skill and attribute descriptions.

[edit] Miscellaneous

[edit] Guild Wars Wiki Notes

  • Added a bug in Alliance Battles where a Ritualist spirit cast before the starting timer reaches 0:00 will stop the battle from commencing.

[edit] Update 1 - Thursday, June 07, 2007

[edit] Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug in Fort Aspenwood that allowed the Warriors to be lured away from their destination.

[edit] Miscellaneous

  • Made additional preparations for the Alliance Battle weekend event.
  • Removed an incorrect +5 Energy Bonus that was added to General Morgahn's Primeval Leggings.

[edit] Guild Wars Wiki Notes

  • This update introduced a number of bugs, which were fixed in the second update:
    • Players were unable to select Hard Mode in Challenge Mission outposts.
    • The description of Soul Reaping in the Skills and Attributes Panel erroneously read: "For each point of Soul Reaping, you gain 1 Energy whenever a creature near you dies. You may only gain Energy in this way 3 times every 15 seconds. You only gain Energy from Spirits you control."
    • The description of Fast Casting erroneously read: "Fast Casting decreases the casting time of your Spells. Additionally, each rank in this attribute decreases your Signet activation times by 3%."
    • The description of Spawning Power erroneously read: "For each rank of Spawing Power, creatures you create (or animate) have 4% more Health, and weapon Spells you cast last 2% longer[sic]. Some Ritualist skills, especially those related to Spirit creatures, become more effective with higher Spawning Power."
    • All mesmer changes were reverted back to original state. (Many mesmer skills that only work if your foe was casting a spell, such as Power Drain, Power Spike, Power Block or Power Flux, had their descriptions altered to state that they also worked on chants.)
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