Talk:Yug-Ut (4e Creature)

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I'm not sure about the wording of Icicle where it says it does normal and cold damage. Could I have some help. Aboleth11 09:24, 31 May 2009 (MDT)

Once you "type" damage you really can't have it remain "normal" (or "untyped") as well. It really should just be Cold, but you could include a second type if you wish although I wouldn't suggest it unless you include a secondary effect (like Push or Prone for Force, or Dazed or Stunned for Thunder, etc.). Now if you want you could fluff the power so the Icicle cause ongoing untyped damage (with a save ending it) because of the pierced hole left by the projectile. Also on Flurry of Spikes try; "This power can target one or more enemies.", instead of; "The attacks can all target one target or target different targets." but thats up to you. Hope that helps. -- Sepsis 13:42, 31 May 2009 (MDT)
Thanks for the help. Aboleth11 14:08, 31 May 2009 (MDT)
Do you think "half of this damage is cold damage" would work? Aboleth11 08:40, 1 June 2009 (MDT)
That would be very non-standard. Damage types work together, that is if an attack does Psychic and Cold damage and the target is Vunerable to either it takes the extra damage, and if the target has Resist or Immune to either type it still takes full damage, but if they have Resist and/or Immune to both then the damage gets reduced. They never really split the damage between types in one damage roll, in order to keep that straight and simple. Now you could say; "...1d10+4 damage, and an additional 5 Cold damage." that way they first damage is untyped while the secondary damage is typed. -- Sepsis 09:09, 1 June 2009 (MDT)
That's perfect. Thanks. --Aboleth11 10:37, 1 June 2009 (MDT)
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