So it's generally accepted that PIE affects magical accuracy. My question to all of you is... What exactly is magical accuracy?
So are we talking about actually hitting the monster with the spell? I don't think so, myself, as I've only ever missed with debuff spells before (Dia/Bio/Slow). I'm not sure if people have missed with Banish/Fire/Ice/Etc. If so, please let me know.
So if PIE doesn't affect your chance to actually hit the monster, do we think it affects the chances of the spell to be resisted? INT played a big part of that in FFXI, so I'm just not sure. On top of that, we have the elemental attributes we can assign now, which also increase spell damage and possibly resist rates.
So aside from just saying, "It's for magical accuracy" has anyone experienced a more detailed/define result from pumping points into piety? As it stands right now, seems like it's a bit of a wasted stat for me, when I just spam magic missile for skill ups when leveling.
Any help would be appreciated :)