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Can AoO be described further? I'm not sure what it means with regards to Ranged and Potions.

I would very much love to but so far have not been able to find out even what that abbreviation means. I would not have left it that way if i had a better way to describe it. Game widow 10:04, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
In case you haven't discovered the meaning yet, it means Attack of Opportunity. In the case of potions, it would provide a nearby opponent with an AoO (free attack) if Geralt distracted himself by drinking a potion. In the case of a ranged attack, I'm guessing it would be the time during sign power-up, when Geralt must hold a position, and thus provide his opponents with AoO (free attacks). In D&D an AoO would also be provoked by turning and running away from an opponent (free attack at your back). Please disregard all this if you already know it. :) Kalkstein 05:26, 27 August 2009 (UTC)
Aha! THANKS! and no i still had not found out what it meant. — Game widow 09:42, 27 August 2009 (UTC)

Full Combat Rebalance mod[]

This doesn't just make the game harder, it changes it completely. Sword, signs, potion and oils have different effects and the development tree is different. Max vitality and endurance are restricted, once useful potion are now neutered. The way this is presented in the article makes it appear as though the 1.5 patch and Full Combat Rebalance mod are bundled together.