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Details on various spell effects that modify buff stacking.


  • SE_StackingCommand_Block (148)
    • Effect is found on buff and is used to prevent another buff from taking hold if specific criteria is met.​
      • Base = Spell Effect
      • Formula - 201 = Slot
      • Max = Block if LESS THAN this value.
        • Exampe: AC buff with a value of 500. You want to block any other AC spell from going into Slot 1 that is less than 1000 AC.
          • Slot 1 : Effect SE_AC(1) with Base=500 
          • Slot 2:  Effect SE_StackingCommand_Block (148) with Base= SE_AC(1) Max = 1000 and Formula = 202 (Slot1)

 

  • SE_StackingCommand_Overwrite (149)
    • Effect is found on buff and is used to overwrite another buff if specific criteria is met.​
      • Base = Spell Effect
      • Formula - 201 = Slot
      • Max = Overwrite if LESS THAN this value.
        • Exampe: AC buff with a value of 1200. You want to overwrite any other AC spell in Slot 1 that is less than 1000 AC.
          • Slot 1 : Effect SE_AC(1) with Base=1200 
          • Slot 2:  Effect SE_StackingCommand_Overwrite (149) with Base= SE_AC(1) Max = 1000 and Formula = 202 (Slot1)

 

  • SE_Screech (123)
    • Any effect with SE_Screech that has a value of +1 will block any other effect with SE_Screech in it that has a value of -1.
      • Example:
        • Spell Screech has SE_Screech with value of -1. 
        • Spell Screech Immunity has SE_Screech with value of +1
          • If you have the buff Screech Immunity, the spell Screech will not be able to effect you or any other spell with Screech at (-1)

 

  • SE_AStacker (446), SE_BStacker (447), SE_CStaker (448), SE_DStaker (447) 
    • Buffs containing these effects can block each other from taking hold via the following. (Does not matter what slot the effect is in)
    • ​(B) Blocks any buffs from taking hold with (A) in it.
    • (C) Blocks any buff from taking hold with (B) in it.
    • (D) Blocks any buff from taking hold with (C) in it.
    • When checking same type (ie A vs A), the higher base effect value will determine which takes hold.