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    Default I was woundering if their was a way to parse buffs the mob puts up?

    Does EQ2 have anything in logs when the mob thrughs a buff on himself? ex/Stoneskin reflect? I was woundering befor if anyone knew befor i started digging through my logs.

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    Default Re: I was woundering if their was a way to parse buffs the mob puts up?

    You'll have to dig through your logs either way. Some mobs have zone wide red emotes. Some have more silent ones. The majority have nothing at all.

    Feel free to use the View Logs context menu option in ACT... the color coding makes reading things easier sometimes.

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    Default Re: I was woundering if their was a way to parse buffs the mob puts up?

    just an example on what you might want:

    some mobs have specific emotes when they use certain abilities, which then ofc can be easily parsed via custom triggers /assigned timer.

    1 example for this would be drusella @maidens emoting "drusella sathir begins shielding herself with whatever" so you can make a custom trigger for it.

    prolly the difficult part about it is finding the correct emote for whatever you want to parse

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    Default Re: I was woundering if their was a way to parse buffs the mob puts up?

    Thanks I just upgraded my ACT which was long due. The view logs option is really nice it just shows i need to update more frequently. I will try it out. I am trying to get timing on reaplied debuffs. Such as leviathans reflect. As well as some other mobs temp buffs.

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