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Mephisto Vs. Sabertooth

At the start of the fight(first fight) sabertooth kept gaining fury buffs even though the Soul imprisonment was still active.. Is that a bug?

Comments

  • Hey there, this would likely be because some of the Fury that Sabretooth gains are actually passive effects (these are represented by an icon without a white border near the Champion's health bar). Mephisto's Soul Imprisonment only prevents active buffs from triggering (these would have a white border around their icon when they trigger). That being said, if Sabretooth were to gain any active Fury buffs while Soul Imprisonment is active, feel free to let us know and we will investigate.
  • she3_rawyshe3_rawy Posts: 80
    Thanks for replying.
    yeah the passive buffs wouldn't be affected by the soul imprisonment but he was gaining the normal buffs with the white edge timer & All
    I'll try to attach a screenshot later today
  • she3_rawyshe3_rawy Posts: 80
    Here I attached 3 screenshots showing how it's a buff( I could still steal it with rouge's Sp1)
    Also it was activated regardless of the soul Imp. at the start of the fight then it was activated again even though I used another sp1 to soul imprison him
    @Kabam Zibiit
    & Thanks for your response
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  • becauseicantbecauseicant Posts: 412 ★★★
    I would guess that maybe his soul imprisonment is coded as a 100% ability reduction effect which sabertooth is overcoming by his signature effectively putting him at 235% ability accuracy (135% after the imprisonment). Just a thought.
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