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==Usage:==
 
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*'''Holy Damage''' deals double damage to undead creatures.
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*'''Holy Damage''' ignores armor, which means any foe is treated like if he had armor base value (60), regardless of his actual armor.
 
*'''Holy Damage''' combines with [[knocked down|knock down]] and AoE Damage ofer a short time.
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==Caused by Weapons==
 
==Caused by Weapons==
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* None
[[Smiting Rod]]s and [[Smiting Staff]]s for monks with [[Smiting Prayers]] inflict holy damage.
 
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:Note: Monks' [[Smiting Rod]]s and [[Smiting Staff]]s inflict [[Light damage]], which is slightly different to holy damage (does not ignore armor).
   
 
==Caused/Changed by Skills==
 
==Caused/Changed by Skills==
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[[Category:Damage Types]]
 
==Usage:==
 
Holy Damage combines with [[knocked down|knock down]] and AoE Damage ofer a short time.
 

Revision as of 14:01, 18 August 2005

Usage:

  • Holy Damage deals double damage to undead creatures.
  • Holy Damage ignores armor, which means any foe is treated like if he had armor base value (60), regardless of his actual armor.
  • Holy Damage combines with knock down and AoE Damage ofer a short time.

Caused by Weapons

  • None
Note: Monks' Smiting Rods and Smiting Staffs inflict Light damage, which is slightly different to holy damage (does not ignore armor).

Caused/Changed by Skills

Armor modifications on

  • Some creatures (undead, minion..) have less armor against holy damage.
  • The Necromancer's Tormentor's Armor and Necrotic Armor have the weakness: "reduces protection from holy damage" , whatever that means exactly.