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mp convert
# Apr 14 2007 at 10:42 AM Rating: Decent
does anyone have any idea how often the mp convert works?
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hmmm...
# Nov 11 2005 at 6:11 PM Rating: Default
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it seems to me that the Avatar: Emnity -2 means that with an avatar out the SMN would get the emnity but thats just my guess


honestly... whoever rated me down wtf? i just was speaking my guess but eh if you're so much smarter be my guest and rate me down as much as you want

Edited, Fri Dec 2 22:03:01 2005
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#XxwrathofcarbunclexX, Posted: Jun 14 2006 at 8:56 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) it is an interesting point though becuase se wants smn to be less of a healer and more of a smn, so if it was that se wanted smn to leave there avatars out they would get less hate from healing, though it would be a + to "smn healing" also
RE: hmmm...
# Feb 10 2006 at 7:05 PM Rating: Decent
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Your right the avatar gets the -enmity.
RE: hmmm...
# Jan 11 2006 at 5:37 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'm not the one who rated you down, as like you said you're guessing and not stating for fact, but it is sorta worth noting that I did post the exact correct answer directly from SE's mouths in the post right before yours. Which is that Avatar: Enmity -2 means -2 FOR THE AVATAR.

na.square-enix.com/events/ffxi/tour2005/tx/transcript.html

See for yourself.
Avatar: Enmity- is the AVATAR'S ENMITY
# Nov 04 2005 at 10:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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Confirmed in a recent SE interview: na.square-enix.com/events/ffxi/tour2005/tx/transcript.html

FFXI Stratics: One of the biggest debates in the summoner community deals with the stat found on the artifact armor "avatar: enmity: -". Who receives this effect?

Sage Sundi: The enmity status is related to the avatar, not to the summoner. It's useful to use "avatar: enmity+" when you want your avatar to keep the hate.
enmity
# Aug 06 2005 at 12:19 AM Rating: Excellent
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http://www.ukg.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/artifact.htm#artifact1



Players often get confused about what enmity is and why the
Arfifact set 1 has both player and avatar enmity. Basically, enmity is aggro. If the armour is
just 'Enmity -(a number)', then that negative enmity gives the summoner less aggro from a monster in
battle. However, if the armour is 'Avatar: Enmity (- a number)' then that negative enmity gives the avatar
less aggro. Ideally when in a party you want both the summoner and avatar to have less aggro, but when solo
you need the aggro on the avatar to be more positive than on the summoner, so the monster does not ignore the
avatar and hit on the summoner.

If you are still confused, then just remember, mages and avatars need negative enmity (-), except when
soloing, then avatars do not need any negative enmity.
To clear it up..
# Apr 04 2005 at 2:26 PM Rating: Default
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This, along with the horn and doublet, contain the text read as...
Avatar: Enmity -(#)

This does NOT lower the avatar's enmity. It lower the summoner's if he/she has an avatar out.
RE: To clear it up..
# Feb 10 2006 at 7:09 PM Rating: Decent
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You are wrong im sad to say :"( doesnt take much to figure it out if it has the word avatar infront of it then obviously its for your avatar not smn IT HAS TO SAY enmity -2 for it to effect the smn, and Avatar: Enmity -2 to effect the avatars enmity im sorry but rate down :"(

Edited, Fri Feb 10 18:09:07 2006
Good for soloing?
# Feb 04 2005 at 6:00 PM Rating: Decent
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I was thinking mabey this would be good to pull Ifrit out and solo a bomb...
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RE: Good for soloing?
# Feb 10 2006 at 7:16 PM Rating: Decent
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0.o.... you couldnt pay me 1bil gil to solo in this getup = death, considering youll get more hate, in a pt sure you want your tank to keep hate not your avatar but when solo'ing your avatar is your tank so the more hate it can keep the less you have to worry about casting cure or buffs or using a BP and getting beat on. Whenever you see Avatar: AUTOMATICALLY
realize this does effect the avatar not the smn in anyway for it to effect the player it will just say Enmity -2/+1 or Critical Hit rate 15% for avatar Avatar: Enmity +1/-2 or Avatar: Critical Hit rate 6%, hope that helps in the slightest.
Ability
# Nov 17 2004 at 12:55 PM Rating: Excellent
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From what it looks like....

If you have Ifrit out and someone casts Fire on you, the damage from it will be converted to MP.

That's what it looks like to me.
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Re: Occasionally
# Oct 19 2004 at 12:14 AM Rating: Excellent
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isnt that what the thing says? "Occasionally converts damage taken of avatar element to MP"

damage of avatar element is like fire damage on ifrit, etc
RE: Re: Occasionally
# Oct 26 2004 at 1:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yes it does, but you are suprise unless you explain it as most people skim read and assume random attacks are converted into mp. Just wanted to make it clear. Cause I myself did the same. ><

Edit: the wording and forwardness of my original post is wrong as you are correct there - sorry about that ^^

Edited, Tue Oct 26 14:42:54 2004
Occasionally?
# Oct 05 2004 at 6:23 PM Rating: Decent
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Of course it leaves out the most important part when it actually converts dmg into mp. The situation is when the monster cast the same element as the avatar. EX. Gazer cast Stonega on Titan. Ghast cast fire on Ifrit. That is when it converts the damage of that spell into MP. After finding this out, these once thought great gloves kinda suck now.
RE: Occasionally?
# Apr 05 2006 at 1:56 PM Rating: Excellent
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The bottom line is getting MP isn't something one should count on. You need several things to occurs and then the MP amount varies and can be low.
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