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By Anonymous
#15973657
how to you get the enhanced version of the crafted skills?
By Anonymous
#15974806
Use skil book with source
By Anonymous
#15993165
You'll start seeing scrolls from vendors near the start of act 2 that have a source point requirement.
By Anonymous
#15976529
One of the skillbooks used in the crafting procedure must be of a spell that consumes Source to cast.
By Anonymous
#15982551
The description doesn't mention that this spell also deals a lot of physical damage to enemies.
By Anonymous
#15982978
tbh, this info changed my mind into using this skill
By Anonymous
#15983533
A lot as in, a ****. I can kill relatively strong enemies in 1-2 turns with just this spell alone at around level 20. There's a reason this spell costs 3 source to use.
By Anonymous
#15985432
Huge AoE, a lot of physical damages, lasts 3 turns, set blood fields. What else?
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By Phantomstar
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#15985715
Use Apotheosis + Blood Storm + Grasp of the Starved for fun times ;)
By Anonymous
#15993700
Why do the descriptions suck so much? Is it so difficult to do a good job on them? It is very important to say it does physical damage for foack sake!
By Anonymous
#16005761
All necro skills deal physical damage
By Anonymous
#16010692
not raining blood, except the bleed (blood storm does though)
By Anonymous
#16001009
Easily the best source skill in the game.
By Anonymous
#16133071
Arrow Storm is easily better than that.
By Anonymous
#16016937
What does it scale with? Level of Necro? Level of Hydro? Or maybe intelligence?
By Anonymous
#16018716
Intelligence and Warfare (since it does physical damage), I'm pretty sure.
By Anonymous
#16065700
It scales with Intelligence and Warfare primarily. Damage is also increased by the Savage Sortilege talent giving it a chance to crit and following that the spell can scale with Wits and Scoundrel. Lastly it scales with Huntsman if you cast it from an elevated position. Neither Hydrosophist nor Necromancer have an effect on the damage of the skill.
By Anonymous
#16067907
Nerfed as of definitive edition. Lower scaling but still a decent skill.