Hey everyone, So i realized today something very sad about the interaction between the Magician AA Frenzied Burnout and the spell Ancient:Burnout Blaze. The spell Ancient:Burnout Blaze gives the following benefits: 2 : Effect type : Increase AC by 75 3 : Effect type : Increase STR by 80 4 : Effect type : Increase Attack Speed by 80% 5 : Effect type : Increase ATK by 40 As you can see, the Ancient Burnout (hereafter referred to as Ancient) provides the pet with 80% haste. But it also provides the pet with 75 AC. As many enchanters and melees know, haste spells that provide AC tend to have some stacking issues. Let's look at the AA Frenzied Burnout: 1 : Effect type : Increase ATK by 200 2 : Effect type : Increase AC by 300 4 : Effect type : Increase Haste v3 by 15% 5 : Effect type : Increase STR by 20 The haste provided by the AA Frenzied Burnout (here after referred to as AA) is v3 "overhaste" by 15%. That means it will provide haste beyond the haste cap by 15%... however, it ALSO provides AC. When both the AA and Ancient are applied to the pet the AA will trump it due to the superior AC bonus... but it will ultimately reduce the haste your pet is receiving by 65%. Kinda crazy right? "Well surely there must be some kind of haste that makes this AA not totally useless" ...well not really. Speed of the Brood provides 66% haste so IF the AA stacked with this haste it would provide 1% more haste than the Ancient...but it also provides 40 AC which means it won't stack either. Visions of Grandeur does not give AC so it CAN stack with BOTH Ancient and AA... but it only provides 58% haste so AA+VoG = >80% haste and therefore not worth using. "So what Nemce?" Well my reason for posting is to see if this is functioning as the Devs intended. Should the AA be completely incompatible with the Ancient Burnout spell? Should there be a database exemption of some kind for the AA? And if the answer to that is "yes, working as intended", then my post is to warn other Mages to save your AAs if you think getting the Ancient Burnout is in your future.