Have you ever been killed by a Wyrdenwood in 1v1?

VersaleanVersalean Member Posts: 965 Mythical
edited February 2 in Combat Overhaul
ETA: Real combat, not during testing etc.

Have you ever been killed by a Wyrdenwood in 1v1? 13 votes

Yes
23%
AlaksanteriSazPromatos 3 votes
No
76%
ZvoltzMoiShaddusCyndarinJackCrekKarlachHiriakoTremulaDeichtine 10 votes
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  • EnyaEnya Member Posts: 162 Adept
    Gonna hazard that any yes answers will have been to a runist using dproph, or similar.
  • AlaksanteriAlaksanteri Member Posts: 518 Fabled
    edited February 3
    Yes
    Yes. I was standing under a wyrden tree during a thunderstorm.
  • HiriakoHiriako Member Posts: 374 Gifted
    No
    Never, even since I was one of the first to have fought them! Nasty in groups, lackluster solo.
  • SazSaz Member Posts: 130 Master
    edited February 3
    Yes
    That has been echoed, but Runes (at least until very recent nerfs) have been one of the best skillset to solofight others, if not "the" best. And it's probably still very much potent. Just look up to @Foehn as a Wyrdenwood solokiller.

    But class-specific instakills without relying on tertiaries? That doesn't exist for any other chemwood type either. Nor for druids with their useless thornrend.
    Post edited by Saz on
     "Oh the year was 453CE, how I wish I was in Serenwilde now... aletter of marque come from the regent to the scummiest aethership I ever seen, gods damn them all...I was told we'd cruise the void for auronidion and dust, we'd fire no turrets, shed no tears.. now I'm a broken man on a Hallifax tier, the last of Saz's privateers."

    -Kilian
  • HiriakoHiriako Member Posts: 374 Gifted
    No
    You know, there was a time when - thanks to allergies - it was possible to kill with Thornrend and not use a tert. I did it often. But runes, runes gives anybody the ability to kill solo on it's own thanks to DProph. 
  • AeldraAeldra , using cake powered flight Member Posts: 1,139 Transcendent
    Hiriako said:
    You know, there was a time when - thanks to allergies - it was possible to kill with Thornrend and not use a tert. I did it often. But runes, runes gives anybody the ability to kill solo on it's own thanks to DProph. 
    I still hope someone will make thornrend a viable druid kill... it's thematically just awesome.

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  • HiriakoHiriako Member Posts: 374 Gifted
    edited February 4
    No
    Aeldra said:
    Hiriako said:
    You know, there was a time when - thanks to allergies - it was possible to kill with Thornrend and not use a tert. I did it often. But runes, runes gives anybody the ability to kill solo on it's own thanks to DProph. 
    I still hope someone will make thornrend a viable druid kill... it's thematically just awesome.

    I used it earlier today...

    Though to be fair it didn't look like the target was writhing properly. I know SSC does cure it though.
  • EnyaEnya Member Posts: 162 Adept
    Even in double writhe allergies days, ignite eliminated lashes as a threat quite handily - you can keep yourself ablaze and tank the damage to continually cure off lashes. Once you could lash in sap they became much more useful, but for shake-n-bake, not so much thornrend. Famously Crown would also prio curing lashes over curing sap, time after time. Hilarious
  • HiriakoHiriako Member Posts: 374 Gifted
    No
    I do forget about ignite. I know he definitely didn't do that. Ignite working on lashes is pretty frustrating. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what allergies does exactly these days. Anyway, I doubt I'll get a kill with it again any time soon!
  • TylwythTylwyth Member Posts: 1,555 Mythical
    Not sure allergies have ever done anything but be a pain.
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  • EnyaEnya Member Posts: 162 Adept
    Allergies at maximum double the delay on sap (from .5s to 1s), halve shrugging rates, and increase the time it takes to writhe out of an entangle by 50%. There are 15 levels, so each level does 1/15th of the maximum effect. 
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