Haven't heard anything about it, but it sounds like it should be on test server.
I'm interested in hearing if they are as useless as expected, or if someone noticed it was very good.
does what it says on the tin basically, 5/5 is a 25% summoning magic cast time reduction. Doesn't effect recast so yeah pretty useless. spirits being free with very little gear is nice, really how they should have been from day one. that's all that's changed, new spells haven't been added to spirits yet. and none of the changes so far have been a turning point in summoner history. so nothing really special to report.
maybe if we all pray really really hard, the tier V spells will be added along with a part 2 of the SMN update that will include all new spirit AI overhauls, new smn abilities, major fixes to avatars and the addition of cait sith and atomos! (i mean pray really really REALLY hard)
What were you expecting from it? The description was pretty clear. You want the merits to make avatars sing and dance?
Someone care to tell me what's wrong with a couple Yukes?
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Hmm.. would be a good idea for spirits to only case their highest tier spells and to start without the damn spell timer at max. Make the light one into a mini-WHM and the rest into their respective BLM counterparts.
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