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Thread: Should all CC be subject to DR / Immunity?

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    Default Should all CC be subject to DR / Immunity?

    First, I hate to be CCed. More specifically, I hate to be CCed in a way I can no longer control my character. But, with the new DR / immunity code, it seems a lot of souls have lost their reason for being. I am afraid they went too far with the new CC code.

    For example, IMHO, slows should not be subject to DR / immunity. You can still play your character so the effect of the CC is limited.

    What do you guys think? Should all CC be subject to DR / immunity? If not, which would you exclude?
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    All. i like the new system very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad1959 View Post
    First, I hate to be CCed. More specifically, I hate to be CCed in a way I can no longer control my character. But, with the new DR / immunity code, it seems a lot of souls have lost their reason for being. I am afraid they went too far with the new CC code.

    For example, IMHO, slows should not be subject to DR / immunity. You can still play your character so the effect of the CC is limited.

    What do you guys think? Should all CC be subject to DR / immunity? If not, which would you exclude?
    I agree Dr should be on CC not movement impairing effect... I did some WF last night and well i was immune most of the time to anything same for the guys i was fighting against.. it was like a dps race ... very very boring.

    At least they should add an obvious cue when someone is immune...

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