Err. Why does a coverup hex make it harder for a monk to remove the other hex? Is there some hex that is resistant to removal? --Nkuvu 15:22, 28 December 2005 (UTC)
- Because hexes act as a stack and hex removal skills always remove from the top of the stack first. Same thing with enchantements. --theeth 15:45, 28 December 2005 (UTC)
Forgot to mention that, changed it.
Now onto Pressure builds... --Origin415
Is "coverup hex" really the term used? I've always heard it as "cover hex". "Coverup" has a different connotation that, while it -could- be stretched to fit.. is still pretty awkward. --Nunix 15:49, 28 December 2005 (UTC)
- Well I'll mention that...I'm also going to write a separate page for stacking hexes, as it is a slightly different --Origin415
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- and a 2 cast time at that. Besides, I've never seen this used as a cover hex, ever, not even in RA. And some other stuff of the other stuff is questionable. Do we realy need that many examples? I mean if we just had Parasitic Bond, which is the most used cover hex in the game, I think they would get the point. I don't think this list has actually helped anybody. M s4 22:20, 26 May 2007 (CDT)