Will be interesting to see whether "shieldbreak" boosts the damage of this new physical spell in the same way that it does for melee and did for the old physical exori-mort.(Domyl 12:43, December 8, 2010 (UTC))

Should be fairly easy to test that. We can assume that the damage is the same as for the other strikes. So if the min and max damages doesn't equal those of the other strikes, then it does take the armor into consideration. On the other hand if the min and max damages equal those of the other strikes, then we have a very simple way to test physical resistances. I guess we'll find out in about 6 hours ;)
Nevaran 13:12, December 8, 2010 (UTC)

It was confirmed on test server that armor is considerd like it is with explosion runes. Tazi 14:00, December 8, 2010 (UTC)

So we didn't even have to wait for the update ;)
Nevaran 14:36, December 8, 2010 (UTC)

I was bored and thought I'd try to figure out the armor of a dragon (which according to is neutral to physical damage). I went with a low level (lvl 64/mlvl 75) druid to get more hits/dragon. With that level/magic level I can hit max 190 on a neutral monster with the other strikes but on the dragon I hit 193(!). That means one of two things: 1. Physical strike is stronger than the other strike spells (not much but still) or 2. Dragons aren't neutral to physical damage (and Cipsoft screwed up again).
Nevaran (talk) 07:40, July 29, 2014 (UTC)

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