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Spectral Agony

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Disambiguous.png This article is about the monster skill used by Mursaat. For the temporary skill available during The Rise of the White Mantle, see Spectral Agony (Saul D'Alessio).
Skill details
Spectral Agony
Monster skill.jpg
Campaign Prophecies
Profession None
Attribute Unlinked
Type Skill
        ¼ Activation.png 15 Recharge.png

Full: For 5 seconds, target foe moves, attacks, and uses skills up to 80% slower; suffers -1...24...30 Health degeneration; and loses 3...81...100 Health each second.

Concise: (5 seconds.) Target foe has -1...24...30 Health degeneration; moves, attacks, and uses skills 80% slower; and loses 3...81...100 Health each second.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Spectral Agony is used by all Mursaat and their Jade constructs.
  • Unlike Mursaat, Jade do not cast Spectral Agony. Instead, it is automatically inflicted with each successful attack.
  • Spectral Agony is virtually guaranteed to kill an unprotected target. The best protection against Spectral Agony is infusion. Simply protting or healing through Spectral Agony is not advised.
  • Each piece of infused armor will reduce the damage dealt by Spectral Agony. A full set (5 pieces) of infused armor will reduce the damage to much more manageable levels.
  • The progression of the green numbers is based on the number of infused armor pieces the target is wearing. This progression is as follows:
Armor pieces
infused
Health loss
per second
Health
degeneration
Total health
lost
0 100 301 6002
1 42 131 3102
2 29 9 235
3 22 7 180
4 16 5 130
5 9 3 75
  1. Health degeneration is capped at 10 pips. Any further degeneration serves only to hinder regeneration.
  2. Assumes a net total of 10 health degeneration.
  • The exact progression of the slowdown is unknown. When wearing a fully infused set of armor, little to no slowdown is experienced.
  • Heroes and pets are always considered to be fully infused.
  • Henchmen are considered to be infused from Thunderhead Keep onwards. Henchmen in other campaigns are not infused.
  • Minions, spirits, and all other NPCs, including the Mursaat themselves, are considered to be completely uninfused. This makes plot-critical NPCs, like Jalis Ironhammer, difficult to keep alive when fighting Mursaat.

Related Skills[edit | edit source]

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