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Jason Tek Chun Sheng
03-20-2017, 06:49 AM
They chip the player's health too much, especially Erys 3x3 flames that are in total 45 damage to the player's health each turn, so as the other types of Flame Heroes so let's think of this.... Erys+Savis, the total chip damage is gonna be 70 for each turn and the fIames lasts for 3 turns which in total is 210 damage, also the opponent can always activate them again to reset the flame's lifetime suggest making the flame debuff lasts for only one turn

Jason Tek Chun Sheng
03-20-2017, 12:49 PM
Seriously nothing?

Knightified
03-20-2017, 02:56 PM
It takes time to deal the damage though, it's over multiple turns. It's like poison.

This is compared to direct damage that doesn't have to wait multiple turns.

So my analysis: it's completely fine.

gWorldz
03-20-2017, 03:03 PM
Compare Erys fire damage to other heroes ...

Erys = 135 Damage total over those 3 turns
Savis = 75 Damage total over those 3 turns

... many heroes have comparable or even more damage inflicted per activation. Those aren't really high numbers for an Epic hero and an arena exclusive hero and those numbers don't change whether they are 1st level or 8th and 10th. That is just how much damage they do, as long as, there aren't heroes involved. I don't really see anything wrong with the mechanic, its designed to be an over time effect that initially does decent damage followed by small amounts for those turns. If it didn't work as it does now Erys would just be a red Drall -_-

Fire can be annoying but its a great game mechanic ;)

Jason Tek Chun Sheng
03-20-2017, 03:17 PM
I still think the flame overtime should be reduced and lasts for two turns

Michael Garde
03-20-2017, 08:43 PM
Also compared to other effects that last over time you can move a hero out of fire...
It's fine as is.. Well I actually think savis fire dmg is a bit weak if anything

Skunkix
03-21-2017, 05:53 AM
Personally think fire its fine.

If want something near to nerf it, we may ask to add "remove fire" on Neli BattleCry.

Well i would like to see a hero with that. Just for the lulz. Maybe its time to revive the thread........

Estefan Rodriguez
03-21-2017, 05:56 AM
Erys paired with savis and rod lol other hero could be random, thats freakin devestating lol

Jason Tek Chun Sheng
03-21-2017, 06:00 AM
Also compared to other effects that last over time you can move a hero out of fire...
It's fine as is.. Well I actually think savis fire dmg is a bit weak if anything

Why would I waste my move moving my heroes out? I had rather charge up the Primal Gauge of my heroes

Skunkix
03-21-2017, 06:11 AM
Why would I waste my move moving my heroes out? I had rather charge up the Primal Gauge of my heroes

Cuz dead hero is bad. You move it and charge it later.

May be some situational times where its better to charge it and let it die, but usually its not...

Knightified
03-21-2017, 06:31 AM
Why would I waste my move moving my heroes out? I had rather charge up the Primal Gauge of my heroes

Avoid damage so they don't die. It's situational.

Meo
03-21-2017, 06:38 AM
Why would I waste my move moving my heroes out? I had rather charge up the Primal Gauge of my heroes

Depends on the usefulness of that hero and if it would die easily. It also depends on the death rattle they have.

I let Karg/Elephants/Banka stay in the fire. I try to save my Falkar/Shura/other hero killers.

Jason Tek Chun Sheng
03-21-2017, 06:42 AM
Avoid damage so they don't die. It's situational.

To me, I like to put my heroes at the back row, that way when they get hurt, they will drop down and avoid the fire, but the disadvantage is very vulnerable to Wakai

Meo
03-21-2017, 06:48 AM
They usually won't drop unless there's an open space in front of them or your enemy hits them down.

As for the back rows...^_^0

Estefan Rodriguez
03-21-2017, 06:54 AM
i typically dont move my heroes out of the fire, for the most part it doesnt hurt as much, besides...sometimes they expect you to, and when you do they screw you, so i just leave them in unless they are about to die from the fire damage

smilesnow
03-21-2017, 07:02 AM
Now that you bring the topic up;) You know who the god of fire really is nowadays? It's king Rod.