Charge not working when RoV pillars are down

85 Gnome Warrior
11920
I'm wondering if this bug ever plans on being fixed or if there has been any blue posts about this...

If anyone doesn't know, players standing on top of the big pillars near the starting area of Ring of Valor when they are completely down are considered 'not in line of sight' and therefor as a warrior you cannot charge any target on top of that circle that the pillar would be. I think charge doesn't work if players stand on the small pillars when they are down as well.

Why has this been an issue for a pretty long time now considering this is a big problem for any warrior playing arena at the moment...
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85 Human Warrior
9760
^ He speaks the truth!
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85 Gnome Warrior
11920
02/09/2012 03:06 PMPosted by Machine
^ He speaks the truth!


What he said!
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60 Tauren Death Knight
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I've had warriors charge me while that pillar was down and I was standing in the middle of it as well as while it was up and I was on top of it. They definitely shouldn't be able to charge you if you're on it and it's up, but when it's down... well that isn't right. I don't think it's happening to everyone though, as I said, I've been charged on it plenty of times with it down. Not sure about the small ones when they are up, but I've been charged as usual when they're down.
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85 Gnome Warrior
11920
02/10/2012 12:54 AMPosted by Arianá
I've had warriors charge me while that pillar was down and I was standing in the middle of it as well as while it was up and I was on top of it. They definitely shouldn't be able to charge you if you're on it and it's up, but when it's down... well that isn't right. I don't think it's happening to everyone though, as I said, I've been charged on it plenty of times with it down. Not sure about the small ones when they are up, but I've been charged as usual when they're down.


I don't think I've ever been able to charge anyone standing in the middle/very close to middle on the pillars while they are down -_-
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85 Gnome Warrior
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bump!
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85 Human Warrior
9760
Bump
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85 Human Warrior
9045
I've had the same problem as well, and find charging targets that are standing on pillars a problem. Will this be fixed or will we see more warrior nerfs before then?
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85 Gnome Warrior
11920
02/12/2012 09:25 PMPosted by Warmage
I've had the same problem as well, and find charging targets that are standing on pillars a problem. Will this be fixed or will we see more warrior nerfs before then?


hehehe
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bumpy!
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85 Human Warrior
4435
Bump
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85 Dwarf Warrior
5735
I'm a warrior and I approve this message.
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85 Human Warrior
9760
Been an issue for too long. Fix it plz.
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85 Human Warrior
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While this does happen, it isn't 100% of the time. In my experience it is only happening for a few seconds before the pillar goes up or after it comes down which kind of leads me to believe it isn't totally a line of sight issue. Either way, it is happening.... just not exactly how the poster suggests.
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85 Gnome Warrior
11940
No it happens when they are standing in the middle of the pillar(or pretty close to middle) when it is down 100% of the time, if they are moving around on the outer edge of the pillar or moving on it then off it when its down you'll more then likely get charge off.
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85 Human Warrior
10965
This is a legitimate issue. If you think a warrior charged you when the pillar is up, they most likely leaped up instead. I've never been able to charge up a pillar. There is definitely a problem with charging someone when the pillar is down.
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85 Orc Warrior
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Bump
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