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Old Nov 17, 2012, 01:36 PM // 13:36   #1
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Default "Halves skill recharge of spells" meaning?

Is every skill type included? or only those that are spells?
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Old Nov 17, 2012, 02:17 PM // 14:17   #2
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As it says, only spells are affected. Any skill that does not have "Spell" somewhere in it's type (e.g. Enchantment Spell, Ward Spell, etc.) is not affected.
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Old Nov 18, 2012, 04:39 PM // 16:39   #3
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To clarify, this includes:
  • Spells
  • Ward Spells
  • Enchantment Spells
  • Hex Spells
  • Well Spell
  • Item Spell
  • Weapon Spell (i.e. the rit's "Splinter Weapon" skill. This doesn't mean regular weapon attack skills like the Assassin's "Jagged Strike")

This does not include:
  • Skills (the specific skill type)
  • Attack Skills
  • Specific Weapon Attack Skills (i.e., sword attacks)
  • Ritualist and Ranger spirit rituals (Nature Rituals and Binding Rituals)
  • Traps
  • Shouts
  • Stances
  • Pet Attacks
  • Chants
  • Echos (the Paragon skill type, not the mesmer skill)
  • Forms
  • Glyph
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