I haven't tried Limbus yet, but I faced a dire bug yesterday with my SMN while I was doing Nyzul.
The first 2 runs went as usual, without anything extraordinary happening.
However, on the third run, I decided to use the Vendor Machine but, somehow, my character got "stuck", waiting for a response of the server I presume. Just then, my nyzul leader took us to the first floor and that was apparently fixed, so I started summoning as usual and doing my job (now easier with Carby's regenga) until I noticed that... my log was empty.
Apart from the text generated through /l, /p, /s and /t, nothing else was appearing in my logs. Spells, skills, damage taken or dealt, status effects wearing off (sneak and invisible.. x_x). I couldn't even see what the mission goals for the floor were. Furthermore, when I summoned my avatars, they would sometimes appear and sometimes they wouldn't for no apparent reason and I stopped losing MP due to the perp cost when I got locked, once again, when I clicked a random chest that appeared off a monster and, at the same time, Garuda was still floating around but her name wouldn't appear next to my party list for a couple of seconds.
Lastly, when we lost and we were taken back to the nyzul point, the issue had not resolved itself yet BUT I noticed something else: whenever I summoned a spirit I would have access to the avatar command menus, such as BP:Rage, BP:Ward and Avatar's Favor. I tried using the skills, but the Rage and Ward lists were empty for my light and water spirit and the avatar's favor was not working with them.
After that, I called a GM, but I didn't receive a system message due to the glitch and, after waiting for far too long, I decided to log out. When I came back, everything was back to normal.
It was the strangest thing that has happened to me yet.
Has anything similar happened to anyone ever since yesterday's update?
Note: This happened on a XBOX360, so this is not an issue born out of modding the game.
SMN90 - Valefor
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