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Not Dispel vs No Dispel


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"No Dispel/bypass resistance" (0)

"Dispel/Not bypass resistance" (1)

"Not Dispel/bypass resistance" (2)

"Dispel/Bypass resistance" (3)

Going by the IESDP, I think they're identical.




The default behaviour is that effects cannot be dispelled and ignore resistance. [emphasis added]

bit 0: Can be dispelled, affected by resistance

bit 1: Ignores resistance (when used in combination with bit 0)


This can also be presented in the more traditional way:


1=Can be dispelled/Affected by resistance

2=Cannot be dispelled/Ignores resistance

3=Can be dispelled/Ignores resistance

I don't test these out too often, so someone else may be able to provide confirmation.

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