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LoverSmith The Metalhead Oct 30, 2013 @ 10:47am
What name has social or normal invisibility gear?
invisibility armor?
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flamedance58 Oct 30, 2013 @ 10:49am 
Are you asking abotu the Social Items that makes it look like you're not wearing armor?
If so then that's the Familiar Social Items.

If you're asking what Social Items or Armor makes you completely invisible? Then there isn't any at all. However drinking a Invisiblity Potion while wearing nothing will make you Invisibile.

Note though that this "invisibility" is pointless beside messing with friends.
Pumpkin_Masher Oct 30, 2013 @ 10:52am 
Shroomite armor will make you invisible while you are standing still not doing anything, when you move or attack you go visible again.

Also you need clothes in your social slots to be invisible, just the armor leaves a blue glow. Flame and Ice wings don't go invisible either.
flamedance58 Oct 30, 2013 @ 11:00am 
Might want to add that even the Shroomite Armor really isn't "invisibility" as it's not 100% and even then it only lowers the chance an enemy might attack and if you're by your own then it won't do much.
Margonian Oct 30, 2013 @ 11:34am 
Originally posted by flamedance58:
Are you asking abotu the Social Items that makes it look like you're not wearing armor?
If so then that's the Familiar Social Items.

If you're asking what Social Items or Armor makes you completely invisible? Then there isn't any at all. However drinking a Invisiblity Potion while wearing nothing will make you Invisibile.

Note though that this "invisibility" is pointless beside messing with friends.

How is it pointless? I can think that using familiar clothes and shroomite armor would make you invisible with the potion, and when you stand still you get the insane damage boost of the Shroomite set.
flamedance58 Oct 30, 2013 @ 11:57am 
Originally posted by Margonian:
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I'm talking about the "invisibility" as in the actual effect of your character going invisible and not the buff that goes along with it from the Shroomite Armor.
The OP is asking about the "invisiblity" not anything else, if he had added more detail then perhaps I'd say otherwise.
But the mechanic of your character going transparent doesn't do anything, the buffs along side it does but not the visual effect. Just as Invisiblity Potions don't do anything. There is no actual mechanical advantage to use them as all it does is make you invisible visually as enemies still see you.
Margonian Oct 30, 2013 @ 12:23pm 
Originally posted by flamedance58:
Originally posted by Margonian:
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I'm talking about the "invisibility" as in the actual effect of your character going invisible and not the buff that goes along with it from the Shroomite Armor.
The OP is asking about the "invisiblity" not anything else, if he had added more detail then perhaps I'd say otherwise.
But the mechanic of your character going transparent doesn't do anything, the buffs along side it does but not the visual effect. Just as Invisiblity Potions don't do anything. There is no actual mechanical advantage to use them as all it does is make you invisible visually as enemies still see you.

I meant being invisible in pvp. normal invisible with the power to fire one hight damage bullet at the enemy.
Batabii - Settle it in Smash! Oct 30, 2013 @ 1:23pm 
Originally posted by flamedance58:
Originally posted by Margonian:
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He never said that you liar. Why quote someone with something they never said?
Margonian Oct 30, 2013 @ 2:09pm 
Originally posted by Batabii - SK: now more broken:
Originally posted by flamedance58:
He never said that you liar. Why quote someone with something they never said?

I belive he meant to answer my question but without having to include the text.
There is several ways of doing that, one is a direct quote, and some are doing the ^^.
Batabii - Settle it in Smash! Oct 30, 2013 @ 7:40pm 
Originally posted by Margonian:
Originally posted by Batabii - SK: now more broken:
He never said that you liar. Why quote someone with something they never said?

I belive he meant to answer my question but without having to include the text.
There is several ways of doing that, one is a direct quote, and some are doing the ^^.
then why the hell click the quote button at all!?
flamedance58 Oct 30, 2013 @ 7:44pm 
Because when you press the button and quote someone it lets the person know that someone quoted you.

If you've posted a huge list of stuff that's like a page+ I'm not going to quote that completely because it's just going be a giant block of already said stuff.

This isn't anything unusual, people use that a ton everywhere.
Batabii - Settle it in Smash! Oct 31, 2013 @ 9:07am 
Originally posted by flamedance58:
Because when you press the button and quote someone it lets the person know that someone quoted you.
No it doesn't. You don't get sent a message whenever someone quotes you. And if you just delete everything the person says, there's no context at all.

I've never seen anyone use that on any forum I've been to.
Lord Fatso Oct 31, 2013 @ 10:20am 
Originally posted by Batabii - SK: now more broken:
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I'll stake my life, and $100 on the fact that people on any forum you go to, either remove some of the quotes from the convo, or just blank quote.

A lot of forums now days automatically keep quotes to less than 5 quotes in a quote tree, no matter how many times you, and others, keep quoting.

Having long quote trees are pointless, and just stretch the page. You dont NEED any context if you know what you are replying to. And if someone else, that isnt involved in the convo wants to know what going on, then they should just read.
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Lord Fatso Oct 31, 2013 @ 10:24am 
Originally posted by Batabii - SK: now more broken:
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As for being notified about being quoted, no, Steam doesnt exactly tell you that you have been quoted, but when ever you reply to a discussion, you are automatically notified that there are new replies to said discussion.
Batabii - Settle it in Smash! Oct 31, 2013 @ 5:25pm 
Originally posted by Lord Fatso:
Originally posted by Batabii - SK: now more broken:
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As for being notified about being quoted, no, Steam doesnt exactly tell you that you have been quoted, but when ever you reply to a discussion, you are automatically notified that there are new replies to said discussion.
yes but deleting everything and replacing it with "snip" makes no sense at all, and defeats the point of quoting at all.
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