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  1. Naamah Instaturn Explosion

    Naamah in Sanctum of Destruction has an attack that summons a swirling vortex in front of her which deals constant damage for a small period of time before it explodes. Normally such lengthy attacks are the perfect oppertunities for getting in a few safe back-attacks and generating some extra mp to kill things faster with. However, Naamah has a bug with this attack where she turns around right before the end of the attack's animation, causing the explosion to appear on the opposite side of what players might expect. If this is not an actual bug, and instead an intended feature, please give her some animation to display that she is going to cause the explosion on the other side. Right now, she just looks to one side in one frame, and then the very next frame she has turned to the other side, and the explosion has already connected, which is a very jarring experience.