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Item Database - Synchronized Energy Spike

Synchronized Energy Spike Icon #16216 The engineer is able to send a pulse of energy into the shell casing of the targetted pet. This will cause any Snare or Root nano programs affecting that pet to be reduced in duration by 1103 seconds. It has the secondary effect of healing a small amount of damage the pet may have previously sustained.
Flags Modified Description
Patch 15.0.1 17.4
QL 190
Crystal Nano Crystal (Synchronized Energy Spike)
NCU 48
Nanocost 1800
School Space
Attack time 12s
Recharge time 4s
Range 35 m
Stacking order 48
Requirements
To Use User Profession == Engineer and
User Matter creation >= 1119 and
User Time and space >= 1119 and
User Level >= 185 and
User Expansion sets & Shadowlands and
User Specialization & Third and
Target Breed == Human
Effects
On Use Target Hit Health 350 .. 350  
Chat Text Your pet moves more freely.  
Target Reduce Snare 1103s  
Target Reduce Root 1103s  
Comments
Datagutt @ 2005-07-12 23:13
Target Reduce Snare 1103s
Target Reduce Root 1103s
any Snare or Root nano programs affecting that pet to be reduced in duration by 1387 seconds. It
Datagutt @ 2005-07-12 23:13
lol
EldarZach @ 2005-09-21 05:11
Whats funny about it...?
Chanell @ 2006-01-19 15:16
Not good at math, are we Zach.
Faerwon @ 2006-01-22 14:43
Seems like FC was lazy once more and just cut&pasted the desc from Energized Casing of the Faithful Servant, which does 1387 sec.
Ladunker586 @ 2009-09-26 06:29
Ye I don't get it. It's like they are assuming most engineers don't lvl that high (until they can self cast slayers,) so if taking the time to do your third spec and getting a little extra nanoskills you can cast a nano similar to ECotFS at a lower lvl. Poorly implemented though, since slayers can be self cast at a much lower lvl than 185, especially thanks to the extras we got from the SL expansion (which is required to cast this one). And lets not forget the new pets that came out with SL so people would bother lvling to 220. This is an afterthought nano, and a crummy one at that IMO.
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