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PandingoPandingo Posts: 931 ★★★
Why doesn't he ignore/have immunity to glance? Out of any champ you ever release he should have a kit or mode or even awakened ability that does this right? Am I crazy or is glancing just a fancy word for 'missed'

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    DeepworldDeepworld Posts: 284 ★★★
    Glancing is to do with ability to crit. It has nothing to do with miss.
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    RockyshockyRockyshocky Posts: 105 ★★
    Theyve clearly thought through the glancing interaction. one of his synergies gives him a fury when he doesnt crit, and that fury is unaffected by AAR.
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    DemonzfyreDemonzfyre Posts: 21,536 ★★★★★
    Pandingo said:

    Why doesn't he ignore/have immunity to glance? Out of any champ you ever release he should have a kit or mode or even awakened ability that does this right? Am I crazy or is glancing just a fancy word for 'missed'

    Glancing and Miss are completely different mechanics.
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    PandingoPandingo Posts: 931 ★★★
    I get that they are different in game. My argument is that when something glances off of something else...like...if you glance a shot off of a target with your arrow. It doesn't hit, so it missed. So logically. He shouldn't glance. Working off of logic here which is NOT a popular mcoc mechanic 🤣🤣
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    DemonzfyreDemonzfyre Posts: 21,536 ★★★★★
    Pandingo said:

    I get that they are different in game. My argument is that when something glances off of something else...like...if you glance a shot off of a target with your arrow. It doesn't hit, so it missed. So logically. He shouldn't glance. Working off of logic here which is NOT a popular mcoc mechanic 🤣🤣

    No. If you glance a target, you still hit the target. If you miss a target you don't hit the target. You're confusing "missing the mark" with missing completely.
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