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followers able to cast on targets with no line of sight
"After you aggress a target with a magical pet or summon, if the target hides or even enters a house and no line of sight,
the followers are still able to cast on the target. If the target was hidden the damage they receive from the spells reveals them.
Expected result: followers to stop casting on a target if line of sight between follower and target is broken"
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Seems there is a check that prevents damage from applying from in-flight spells when the casting mob has died, but there are missing checks for "in range" and "visible" when spells apply to a target.
Fixing this for visibility will nerf quite a few caster mobs in PVM, as timing of when you invis can be important today, but is probably correct to change this.
When you use "command undead", and fail, the target will get mad and a bunch of attacks usually follow, many of which do not honor line of site and distance checks when the actions hit. Whether that is queuing or some other logic doesn't really matter...
it’s not the same thing
the tamed followers can repeatedly cast onto a hidden target or onto a target in a house out of sight, not queued spells. They continue to cast forever.
@Elvis was complaining about my pixies and he is correct, it’s true they (and all magical followers) are badly bugged that he will never be able to hide from them, they are not just acting like normal mobs, it’s real bug I was using against him
in fact, I could even get pixies to cast on him when they never saw him to begin with. He hides, I cast pixies, tell to guard, I cast thunderstorm and even if he remains hidden using shadow mastery, pixies all start to cast on him.
you would know the difference if you were the victim of my attacks too and you were trying to hide from me”
"then don't flag on them until you're stood next to them...you're supposed to be stealthing"