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Thread: Twilight set RR

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    Player Shadowlina's Avatar
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    Twilight set RR

    Sometimes when your in a hurry, if you put on your twilight set via macro and die straight after, despite being in the full set, the RR does not trigger.
    Whats the point in owning the piece if it doesn't work properly.
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    Greetings Shadowlina,

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    Player Tamoa's Avatar
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    I'm 99% certain the Twilight set needs 30 seconds to activate the reraise effect after you equip it. So if you die before 30 seconds have passed = no reraise.
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