- Mon Mar 14, 2022 4:14 am #16510401
It does fire the tornado after, however it seems to travel only level if you are locked onto anything, and if it hits the ground at all it vanishes. This means if you fire uphill or hit any terrain it just vanishes, and downhill it will just go over your target's head. It is possible to aim manually but you have no crosshair or anything to assist.
- Wed Nov 02, 2022 6:31 pm #16793477
Thank you I was specifically wondering this and could not find it anywhere. A lot of times we use unlock spells in Pvp as a spellcaster .main and was hoping it aimed like comet azur
- Fri Jan 27, 2023 12:29 am #16818239
People always talk about the other weapon ash you can buy similar to this one, but it's literally pale in comparison. If you have points in str/faith this weapon skill is soooo OP (in PVE, i don't PVP) You can literally 5-6 shot the bosses in Lyndell! and they're resistant to holy! I one shot all the bosses in Lyndell with this, radagon's soreseal, and level 120ish! I did a few jump and R1s, and used the weapon skill once or twice, then R1s, they were all dead. I got so high level using this and the treespear. Seriously OP.
- Sun Feb 12, 2023 7:24 pm #16825813
Just tested this is 1.08, the damage of this skill does not scale with Strength at all, proven by 2 handing as well as using the Starscourge Heirloom. Dex and Faith however do both affect it, possibly stronger with Dex, however my Faith was already over 50 so it may have had diminishing returns.
- Mon Jun 05, 2023 12:03 am #16885595
The name's translation is wrong. In JP it's 「シルリアの渦」, meaning "Siluria's Vortex". Can't imagine why the very word "vortex" appeared in the description but was translated as "woe" in the name. Totally unrelated two words...
- Tue Aug 01, 2023 7:06 pm #16915761
Especially considering that the ash of war on the other crucible knight weapon is called Ordovis's Vortex. Perhaps it is a means to differentiate the two to avoid confusion?
- Sun Aug 20, 2023 9:47 pm #16942484
It doesn't really make sense either from a lore perspective. Why would Siluria have anything to be sad about when she's a knight of one of the most powerful warriors in the lands between?