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|ID||Category||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007092||[DCSS] Bug Report||tweak||N/A||2013-05-27 21:22||2015-09-19 17:33|
|Status||closed||Product Branch||0.13 ancient branch|
|Summary||0007092: Confirmation when no targets can be hit is more annoying than useful with cloud spells|
Having to use capital Z to cast spells like freezing cloud when nothing can be directly hit with it is quite annoying. Often you'll cast it on bunch of monsters and then want to cast an another one in front of the first cloud, but all the monsters are standing in the first cloud so they can't be hit. Or you just want to cast it against monsters that you can't see around a corner.
In my opinion just removing the confirmation for pure cloud spells would be an improvement.
Not exactly a bug I guess, but thought it was worth reporting.
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Maybe it would be better to prevent cloud spells from spreading out of LOS (see 0005548), this would address case 2.
For case 1, I'm not sure I understand the scenario, but I guess you sometimes want to fill some space with clouds even if there's no monster there yet.
|Fixed by https://github.com/crawl/crawl/commit/3d5dc734227ba4b2309639e6575eb55e657ecb82, [^] IMO.|
|2013-05-27 21:22||Medar||New Issue|
|2013-05-27 21:23||Medar||Relationship added||child of 0007071|
|2013-05-27 21:38||Medar||Relationship added||related to 0007093|
|2013-05-27 21:40||galehar||Relationship added||related to 0005548|
|2013-05-27 21:43||galehar||Note Added: 0022904|
|2015-04-17 18:20||wheals||Note Added: 0028903|
|2015-04-17 18:20||wheals||Status||new => resolved|
|2015-04-17 18:20||wheals||Fixed in Branch||=> 0.16 pre-release branch|
|2015-04-17 18:20||wheals||Resolution||open => done|
|2015-04-17 18:20||wheals||Assigned To||=> wheals|
|2015-09-19 17:33||Medar||Status||resolved => closed|
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