Talk:Bloodsong

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There is an error in this page. The information box to the right says that the skill Bloodsong is a Channeling skill, while the official Guild Wars website lists it as Communing. --The preceding unsigned comment was added by User:68.196.139.171 .

Bloodsong was moved to Channeling in the Feb 1st, 2007 update. -- AT(talk | contribs) 21:01, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
Yep, just checked in game. It's Channeling. --trekie9001 21:03, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
The official site (gw.com) is usually slow on updating skill stats. - anja talk 21:07, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

Armor ignoring damage[edit]

Life stealing is no damage, so I altered the note. Damage triggers certain effects, life stealing doesn't. BlazeRick 17:41, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

Location[edit]

The page suggest the skill is only obtainable from the island of Factions, meaning no non-native characters can get it. I found the skill on Akane in Senji's Corner, and he is supposed to be in Kaineng City too. Not sure of the latter.. I'm going to look for him, if he's there, I'm adding that one too.....(Joetjah 14:20, 20 November 2007 (UTC))

We list the earliest skill trainers you can get it from, all later skill trainers will offer the skills previous trainers offered. - User HeWhoIsPale sig.PNG HeWhoIsPale 14:26, 20 November 2007 (UTC)
I see, got it ^^ Joetjah 19:55, 12 December 2007 (UTC)

Related[edit]

Added Pain to related skills, as it's just a weaker version of this skill...

I took the liberty of removing/reverting this addition as Pain is not related to Bloodsong any more than any other spirit skill that applies some form of damage. Pain neither delivers life stealing nor, by consequence, results in a healing benefit as do Bloodsong and Vampirism. If Pain is related, might as well add Shadowsong and a host of others if any form of damage delivery, with or without a secondary effect, is sufficient to meet the criteria. Kruhljak 11:35, 12 February 2011 (UTC)

Attack Speed Note?[edit]

Should a note be added to indicate Bloodsong's increased attack speed in comparison to other spirits? If I recall correctly, Bloodsong attacks have a 1.75 second refire rate as opposed to other spirits' 2.0 seconds. [1]128.255.154.73 15:58, 2 April 2010 (UTC)

Bloodsong's faster attack speed is easily observed at isle. Seems noteworthy considering how much more dangerous bloodsong is relatively speaking. Also, the Wiki page gives the bloodsong (attack skill) a 2 second activation time... is this a wiki page error or one of those things where wiki is simply reporting a game tooltip?