Trial and Error

It’s been a while since I’ve written any trial and error posts but since I’ve been playing around with some of the items in my bag recently, I’ve come across some interesting things.

Falling Flame with levitate

Did you know that casting levitate with Falling Flame causes you to keel over like you have an acute case of appendicitis? Better than dying when you hit the ground (short of using a goblin glider or one from the isle vendor). I usually land in the water so I wasn’t aware of any falling damage that was enough to kill you so this time I levitated to test the effect.

After landing in the ocean, I flew up to one of the peaks overlooking Firewalker Ruins and used all four weather stones while waiting for that yaungol to spawn.

As you can see, each one adds to the others until you get to the sunset stone. I couldn’t see any change for the last one but I didn’t mind since you generally see a sunset anyway.

It’s still a great way to break the monotony of an isle frozen in time.

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. I wish one of my characters who’s still on the Isle would get just one weather stone to drop. Got my fingers crossed for your last three drops!

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  2. thats nice! also I love your ui, is that spartanui? I used it before just wasnt sure they had updated it through all these years. Thanks for sharing this cym. =)

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    • Yep, that’s the one. Funnily enough I only started using it within the last year. I tried it briefly years ago but didn’t realise it mixed all my bars around so short of having to redo them all, I uninstalled it.

      The only thing that irks me now is having to disable it whenever I want to take a silver dragon portrait.

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