Are you invul while teleporting?
13:59, 17 September 2012 (UTC)
Vengeful Spirit's Swap
What exactly is the difference between Pseudo-Blink and Forced Movement? One may assume if the movement is over time it's forced movement (FM) and it's a pseudo-blink (PB) if it's instant. But all FM spells are listed under PB except when they move a target instead of the caster.
Another weak definition is Other Instantly Moving Effects. Kunkka X Marks the Spot (Return) and Spirit Bear Return are marginally different. Both spells are not targeted and have a specific target location. The only difference is that X Marks the spot has to actively define the target as a sub-ability while Spirit Bear Return works with "passive" positioning.
FM spells should disqualify as PB and as such not listed here (e.g. Tusk Snowball). PB would then be defined as spell that instantly changes the position of a unit within a range limit and is not disabled while being rooted (e.g. Magnus Reverse Polarity).
What is the point of having details on pages with lists like this such as ability distance when the information will inevitably become outdated and difficult to update when so scattered about? Is there a way to automate this by having skill and item details pulled from their pages? Is there a way to have these sort of lists autopopulated by defining them in some way on their pages?
- AceFool 19 April 2020
- Yes there is a way to autopopulate the date. The mechanism is called "Cargo" and a few values already use it. Sorry for not giving a detailed tutorial how to use it properly, just giving you a quick answer. Molldust (talk) 19:22, 19 April 2020 (UTC)
- Thanks. Before reading your response, I had jumped in the Discord, asked, and got quick assistance. Probably should have been what I did to begin with, but I still appreciate your answer. I'm going to use some of my free time here and there to update this page and a few others to using Cargo. AceFool 19 April 2020