What does this mean?
If it's been proven not true you should put something like "The ability to float a shield is not determined by the caster's bonus in magic.methods.physical.binding" or something.
Also, does the shield weight not matter anymore when trying to float it?
- There was confusion on the talker with somebody thinking higher binding meant less knockdowns, which is wrong. However, what the wiki stated is correct, and I think the wording of it was fine;
- "The ability to float a shield is determined by the caster's bonus in magic.methods.physical.binding and the shield weight."
- That is true as far as I know - that the ability to INITIALLY FLOAT is impacted by your binding - if your binding is way too low for the shield, I believe you can't even float it - but my skills are too low to test this, need a newbie with low binding but still able to cast EFF, to try float something very heavy, and see what happens and get the error message.
- The only confusion was somebody interpreting that line in the wiki to think it meant higher binding = more knockdown resistance, which is false (and disproved in my EFF research book)
- Quow (talk) 12:00, 17 October 2018 (EDT)