Spell Buff Stacking
    SE_StackingCommand_Block (148)
      Effect is found on buff and is used to prevent another buff from taking hold if specific criteria is met.
        Base = Spell Effect
        Formula - 201 = Slot
        Max = Block if LESS THAN this value.
          Exampe: AC buff with a value of 500. You want to block any other AC spell from going into Slot 1 that is less than 1000 AC.
            Slot 1 : Effect SE_AC(1) with Base=500
            Slot 2: Effect SE_StackingCommand_Block (148) with Base= SE_AC(1) Max = 1000 and Formula = 201 (apply to the first spell slot--remember that we use base 0)
    SE_StackingCommand_Overwrite (149)
      Effect is found on buff and is used to overwrite another buff if specific criteria is met.
        Base = Spell Effect
        Formula - 201 = Slot
        Max = Overwrite if LESS THAN this value.
          Exampe: AC buff with a value of 1200. You want to overwrite any other AC spell in Slot 1 that is less than 1000 AC.
            Slot 1 : Effect SE_AC(1) with Base=1200
            Slot 2: Effect SE_StackingCommand_Overwrite (149) with Base= SE_AC(1) Max = 1000 and Formula = 201 (apply to the first spell slot--remember that we use base 0)
    SE_Screech (123)
      Any effect with SE_Screech that has a value of +1 will block any other effect with SE_Screech in it that has a value of -1.
        Example:
          Spell Screech has SE_Screech with value of -1.
          Spell Screech Immunity has SE_Screech with value of +1
            If you have the buff Screech Immunity, the spell Screech will not be able to effect you or any other spell with Screech at (-1)
    SE_AStacker (446), SE_BStacker (447), SE_CStaker (448), SE_DStaker (447)
      Buffs containing these effects can block each other from taking hold via the following. (Does not matter what slot the effect is in)
      (B) Blocks any buffs from taking hold with (A) in it.
      (C) Blocks any buff from taking hold with (B) in it.
      (D) Blocks any buff from taking hold with (C) in it.
      When checking same type (ie A vs A), the higher base effect value will determine which takes hold.
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