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|name=Ritual of Summoning
 
|name=Ritual of Summoning
 
|icon=Spell_Shadow_Twilight
 
|icon=Spell_Shadow_Twilight
|description=Begins a ritual that creates a summoning portal. The summoning portal can be used by 2 party or raid members to summon a targeted party or raid member. The ritual portal requires the caster and 2 additional party or raid members to complete. In order to participate, all players must be out of combat and right-click the portal and not move until the ritual is complete.
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|description=Begins a ritual that creates a summoning portal. The summoning portal can be used by allies to summon a targeted party or raid member.<br><br>{{text|white|Rituals}}<br>Requires the caster and 2 additional allies to complete.
 
|class=[[Warlock]]
 
|class=[[Warlock]]
 
|type=Utility
 
|type=Utility
|school=Shadow
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|school=[[Shadow]]
|cost=42 mana
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|cost=4.0% of [[base mana]]
|reagents={{loot|common|Soul Shard}}
 
 
|range=30 yd
 
|range=30 yd
 
|cast_time=Channeled
 
|cast_time=Channeled
 
|cooldown=2 min
 
|cooldown=2 min
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|gcd=1.5 sec
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|level=42
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|tcg=RitualofSummoningTCG.jpg
 
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'''Ritual of Summoning''' is designed to [[summon]] absent [[party]] members to the [[warlock]]'s location by creating a [[Meeting Stone]]. The [[spell]] requires that two additional party members be present, who can be of any class. The summoning consumes a [[Soul Shard]] when accepted.
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'''Ritual of Summoning''' is a core [[warlock]] ability learned at level 42. It is designed to [[summon]] absent [[party]] members to the [[warlock]]'s location by creating a [[Meeting Stone]]. The [[spell]] requires that two additional party members be present, who can be of any class.
   
 
The warlock begins by casting Ritual of Summoning, which opens a portal. Two present party members then right-click on the portal and must not move until the ritual is complete.
 
The warlock begins by casting Ritual of Summoning, which opens a portal. Two present party members then right-click on the portal and must not move until the ritual is complete.
   
Once the [[Meeting Stone]] is summoned, it will be available for 5 minutes and can be used to summon as many party or raid members as needed. The stone can be used by non-party members as well to summon members of their parties and is capable of simultaneous portals. Each summons will require one additional party member.
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Once the Meeting Stone is summoned, it will be available for 5 minutes and can be used to summon as many party or raid members as needed.
   
Summoning can be accepted while in flight, but not while in combat. (If the summoned player drops out of combat during the two-minute time period, he can still accept the summons; the Accept button is merely grayed out until then). A player can also accept a summons after the meeting stone vanishes, provided the initial summons was cast within the last 2 minutes of the meeting stone being active.
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Summoning can be accepted while in flight, but not while in combat. If summoned players drop out of combat during the two-minute time period, they can still accept the summons; the accept button is merely grayed out until then. A player can also accept a summons after the meeting stone vanishes, provided the initial summons was cast within the last 2 minutes of the meeting stone being active.
   
 
The targeted player will be teleported to the location where the portal appeared.
 
The targeted player will be teleported to the location where the portal appeared.
   
Any player can target him or herself as the summoning target in order to quickly hearth, repair, and return to the spot where the ritual was performed. This works inside of an instance as long as the warlock meets the requirements for the instance.
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Players can target themselves as the summoning target in order to quickly hearth, repair, and then return to the spot where the ritual was performed. This works inside of an instance as long as the warlock meets the requirements for the instance.
   
==Training==
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== Limitations ==
The warlock can learn this ability at level 42, and receive this training by any warlock trainer in a faction's capital city.
 
 
==Limitations==
 
 
The Meeting Stone can summon from anywhere in Azeroth or Outland to wherever the warlock is, whether it be in Azeroth, Outland, or inside the warlock's instance; however, the summoned player must be within the minimum level restriction of the instance.
 
The Meeting Stone can summon from anywhere in Azeroth or Outland to wherever the warlock is, whether it be in Azeroth, Outland, or inside the warlock's instance; however, the summoned player must be within the minimum level restriction of the instance.
   
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{{Warlock summons}}
 
{{Warlock summons}}
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[[Category:Shadow spells]]
 
[[Category:Shadow spells]]
 
[[Category:Warlock abilities]]
 
[[Category:Warlock abilities]]

Revision as of 23:12, January 27, 2013

Ritual of Summoning
Spell shadow twilight
  • Ritual of Summoning
  • 30 yd  range
  • 2 min cooldown
  • 4.0% of base mana
  • Channeled
  • Begins a ritual that creates a summoning portal. The summoning portal can be used by allies to summon a targeted party or raid member.

    Rituals
    Requires the caster and 2 additional allies to complete.
Usable by
ClassWarlock
Properties
TypeUtility
SchoolShadow
Cooldown2 min (GCD 1.5 sec)
Level required42
TCG image
RitualofSummoningTCG

Ritual of Summoning is a core warlock ability learned at level 42. It is designed to summon absent party members to the warlock's location by creating a Meeting Stone. The spell requires that two additional party members be present, who can be of any class.

The warlock begins by casting Ritual of Summoning, which opens a portal. Two present party members then right-click on the portal and must not move until the ritual is complete.

Once the Meeting Stone is summoned, it will be available for 5 minutes and can be used to summon as many party or raid members as needed.

Summoning can be accepted while in flight, but not while in combat. If summoned players drop out of combat during the two-minute time period, they can still accept the summons; the accept button is merely grayed out until then. A player can also accept a summons after the meeting stone vanishes, provided the initial summons was cast within the last 2 minutes of the meeting stone being active.

The targeted player will be teleported to the location where the portal appeared.

Players can target themselves as the summoning target in order to quickly hearth, repair, and then return to the spot where the ritual was performed. This works inside of an instance as long as the warlock meets the requirements for the instance.

Limitations

The Meeting Stone can summon from anywhere in Azeroth or Outland to wherever the warlock is, whether it be in Azeroth, Outland, or inside the warlock's instance; however, the summoned player must be within the minimum level restriction of the instance.

Patch changes

  • Wrath-Logo-Small/Cataclysm-Logo-Small Patch 4.0.1 (12-Oct-2010): The cost of casting is changed from 12% of base mana to 42 mana, the spell changed from instant cast to channeled. Now learnable at level 42 instead of level 20.
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.1.0 (14-Apr-2009): The summoning of the initial portal is now instant cast, down from 5 seconds.
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.0.8a (2009-01-27): Will now function as intended.
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.0.8 (2009-01-20): Will now create a summoning portal object which can be re-used for multiple summons for 5 minutes.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.4.0 (25-Mar-2008): Can be used to summon players into instances if they meet the instance requirements.
                Previously couldn't be used to summon players into Netherstorm, due to lore reasons: "Netherstorm's chaotic energies make summoning magically impossible".
  • WoW Icon 16x16 Patch 1.6.0 (12-Jul-2005): Fixed a bug where players could be summoned from outside the same instance as the warlock in some cases.
  • WoW Icon 16x16 Patch 1.3.0 (07-Mar-2005): You can no longer accept a warlock summoning while you are in combat.

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Patch date12 October 2010 +, 14 April 2009 +, 27 January 2009 +, 20 January 2009 +, 25 March 2008 +, 12 July 2005 + and 7 March 2005 +

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