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    Death Collector

    Why Death Collector's attack type is lightning and not ice? It feels completely out of undead theme. I think it should be changed to ice to keep the tribe flavor and also being an indirect buff to Lyth: Kristan's Ridge location.

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    It's kind of too late to do this. But I guess it culd be because it attacks using Lightning or something?
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    Strange SE logic...DMT uses sword to attack although he is a mage, but the most definitely dead of all undead uses lightning... For some reason I thought that DC is from SF, yeah, probably there is no chance that it would be changed It's also very unconvenient attack type considering current popularity of human homunculus

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    Well...one the ice decks take off and stalagtitan is everywhere, then you can be thankful his attack isnt ice type?
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    Nice to see this question come up again!

    How do you think he collected all those dead bodies on his boat? His favorite past-time is waiting for an Ironman Triathlon to start and then electrocuting the water. The dead practically leap into his boat on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gondorian View Post
    Nice to see this question come up again!

    How do you think he collected all those dead bodies on his boat? His favorite past-time is waiting for an Ironman Triathlon to start and then electrocuting the water. The dead practically leap into his boat on their own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gondorian View Post
    Nice to see this question come up again!

    How do you think he collected all those dead bodies on his boat? His favorite past-time is waiting for an Ironman Triathlon to start and then electrocuting the water. The dead practically leap into his boat on their own.
    Ah, I see, seems so logical I'm wondering why I haven't thought about that before...But how he does that? I mean, there is not a lot of space on the boat for an electrical device

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anasia View Post
    Ah, I see, seems so logical I'm wondering why I haven't thought about that before...But how he does that? I mean, there is not a lot of space on the boat for an electrical device
    He shoots the electricity out of his hands, like Palpatine in Star Wars. Sometimes you can hear him uttering "So be it!" while he does it.

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    It's a dangerous ability if you spend all your life (past-life) on the sea. What if he puts his own hands in the water accidentally while doing this? He will electrocute himself as well... He should be immune to electrical damage then, just in case...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anasia View Post
    It's a dangerous ability if you spend all your life (past-life) on the sea. What if he puts his own hands in the water accidentally while doing this? He will electrocute himself as well... He should be immune to electrical damage then, just in case...
    He's clearly an old pro at it!

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