Damage Type

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Introduction

Each damage is associated with a type. These types are governed by weapons and skills. Physical damage is divided by three types: slash, stab (also known as pierce) and hit (also known as blunt or strike). Then there's magic damage type.

These types will deal a certain amount of damage against different armor types. Players as well as monsters each possess a specific armor type and will be affected according to the chart below.

Damage Chart

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Slash

  • Deals 50% additional damage against cloth armor.

  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against plate armor.
  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against ghost armor, like all physical damage types.

Note: Swords and 2H swords deal slash damage, as well as numerous Swordsman classes skills.

Stab (Pierce)

  • Deals 50% additional damage against leather armor.

  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against cloth armor.
  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against ghost armor, like all physical damage types.

Note: Bows, crossbows, pistols, muskets, spears, 2h spears, daggers and rapiers all deal stab damage, as well as numerous Archer classes skills and some Swordsman classes skills.

Hit (Blunt, Strike)

  • Deals 50% additional damage against plate armor.

  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against leather armor.
  • Suffers a 25% damage penalty against ghost armor, like all physical damage types.

Note: Maces and wands deal hit damage, as well as several of Cleric classes skills, such as Monk's and Paladin's.

Magic

  • Deals 50% additional damage against ghost armor.

Note: Wizard classes auto-attacks (regardless of the weapon equipped) as well as most of their skills deal magic damage. Numerous Cleric classes skills deal magic damage as well, this includes Sadhu's Out-of-Body melee attacks.
Note: As you can see, magic damage doesn't suffer any penalty. This is because most magic damage dealing spells are associated with an element. Elements possess their own bonus/penalty chart.



--Musteque (talk) 09:04, 22 October 2015 (CEST)