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Ice Aspect

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    sirdaniel0 commented
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    I like it, but minus the turning blue part. But yeah, that would be a cool enchant. Maybe some sort of bow equivalent? 

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    Mohamed Adnan commented
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    That is great but the ennemy should not get more and more blue and frozen in place but instead get the effect slowness that increases whit the hits,deal 3 bonus damage plus 2 if it is a blaze or magma cube and the doesn’t get more and more blue but there is more and more ice on its body,if it dies because of ice damage the target will be frozen in place

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    ButtFish commented
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    Do you know what would be OP

     

     

     

    a life steal enchantment

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    I think it's good idea and so cool if ice aspect can be realized in the game

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    THAT WOULD BE COOL. but what about a life steal enchantment and its called bloodlust and you can have it on every weopen but on the it has a different name like fire aspect and flame

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    PprincessG commented
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    Frozen Enchantment book where you can only find it in the dark deep that the Warden is protecting but the enchantment should only go on the bow so if you have it on your bow a shoot a creeper the creeper will be frozen for 5 seconds and can't move a little bit like getting stuck in a spider web...

    I'm also posting this on twitter for more players to vote!

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    L0rdBud commented
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    Or we could do the freeze damage effect like with powderd snow