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 Post subject: Attacking through the corners of palisade walls
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2015 4:21 pm 
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I noticed this bug when I played here several years back but never thought it was anything special til I was at the Cove Orc Fort for Cranky Christmas. I also didn't play in era, but wonder if this is the way LOS should function when separated from mobs/other players by a wall? This only works in the corner but you can see me wrestling a crankster who is meleeing me, and a pirate lord Nathaniel Moorehead was able to cast one me (not in video.)


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 Post subject: Re: Attacking through the corners of palisade walls
PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 8:04 pm 
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This is due to the way that the map itself is created. A similar spot where you can melee mobs can be found on the joint where the fences meet on the Moonglow graveyard right in front of the house placed there. Several other odd locations exist like this, and it's simply due to the fact that there's no object to place in that spot that acts like a proper corner.

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