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In relation to DDO however these are some of the additional effects that can be applied to your character thanks to enemy spellcasters, monsters, and traps. We’re going to look at the following effects with regards to gear:
All of the special effects in the game can be prevented or reduced with the right gear.
Poison and Disease
Poison and disease work in similar ways by damaging your stats thus making you weaker and so easier for the enemies to kill you. Diseases usually last longer and are harder to save against but do less damage. Proof Against Poison and Proof Against Disease items are what you need to protect from this. Your only other option is to use thes Neutralize Poison or Cure Disease spells (as applicable) from a friendly spellcaster, ‘clickie’ item, or a potion.
A Proof Against Poison/Disease item has an associated bonus that is applied to saves against poison/disease damage and effects.
NPC spellcasters will outright blind you, cast an area effect spell that blinds everyone, or an enemy may have an attack that will blind you. Without this immunity you will see a black screen and have a very difficult time. You can buy blindness removal potions, wands, wait for a friendly spell caster to use one of these, or use a clickie of Blindness Removal. Blindness Ward items usually come as goggles.
Deathblock – This immunity will stop ‘death-like’ spells from killing you. These are mostly one-shot kill spells and an exact list is only known by the developers. Slay living, finger of death, Phantasmal killer, and destruction are the spells you will see the most and this will make you immune to instantly dying from them. Phantasmal Killer will by your first, coming in the form of Tharaak Hounds who will cast it on you. Slay living and finger of death will be cast by beholders and enemy casters by 8th level dungeons, some earlier. Destruction spell will probably be seen first in the raid ‘The tempest Spine’ and is cast by the giants in there. This only protects you from dying specifically from the death effect of those spells, nothing else.
Fear – Normally you would want a fear immunity item at first level, however that is impossible. Until you can find one you have to use fear removal potions on each other and rely on your saving throw. The ‘Reaver’s Ring’ is usable at 8th level and you need to get one. They are cheap on the auction house and can also be looted in ‘the Xorian Cypher’. The spell ‘Greater Heroism’ will also prevent Fear, but that is a high level spell (another is ‘Heroes Feast’). Crafting items at end game can also add immunity to fear. Fear immunity will also prevent ‘despair’ caused by Mummies which paralyzes you in place and will lead to your demise. You need this item.