Playing with FIRE, pyromaniac in the making, hopes not to be burnt

9 May

Fire, I’ll take you to burn.
Fire, I’ll take you to learn.
I’ll see you burn!
You fought hard and you saved and learned’

Fire’ – Arthur Brown

I was researching Tordy’s LM skill Burning Embers and Lotro-wiki gave me the following info:

Burning Embers is a reference to an event during Bilbo’s journey with the dwarves to the Lonely Mountain. (This event also formed the inspiration of Sign of Battle: Wizard’s Fire.) At a certain point they climb in trees after being hunted down by wargs and Gandalfuses a trick that resembles the skill all too well:

“Now you can understand why Gandalf, listening to their growling and yelping, began to be dreadfully afraid, wizard though he was, and to feel that they were in a very bad place, and had not yet escaped at all. All the same he was not going to let them have it all their own way, though he could not do very much stuck up in a tall tree with wolves all round on the ground below. He gathered the huge pine-cones from the branches of the tree. Then he set one alight with bright blue fire, and threw it whizzing down among the circle of the wolves. It struck one on the back, and immediately his shaggy coat caught fire, and he was leaping to and fro yelping horribly. Then another came and another, one in blue flames, one in red, another in green. They burst on the ground in the middle of the circle and went off in coloured sparks and smoke. A specially large one hit the chief wolf on the nose, and he leaped in the air ten feet, and then rushed round and round the circle biting and snapping even at the other wolves in his anger and fright.”

“(…) Wolves are afraid of fire at all times, but this was a most horrible and uncanny fire. If a spark got in their coats it stuck and burned into them, and unless they rolled over quick they were soon all in flames. Very soon all about the glade wolves were rolling over and over to put out the sparks on their backs, while those that were burning were running about howling and setting others alight, till their own friends chased them away and they fled off down the slopes crying and yammering and looking for water.”

 “Out of the Frying-Pan into the Fire.” In: “The Hobbit”, by J.R.R. Tolkien

Burning Embers – Fire

30m Range

Tactical Skill

Induction: 1.5s

Resistance: Tactical

Red-hot embers swirl around the target, causing damage over time and slowing movement.

Fire Damage

Fire Damage every 5 seconds for 10 seconds.

Slows movement speed by 30%

Duration: 30s

Cost: … Power

Cooldown: 3s

The following traits also impact the skill:

Flame of Anor increases the damage of this skill by 10%.

Harmony with Nature reduces the power cost of this skill by 15% and shortens the induction by 25%.

Knowledge of the Past reduces the power cost of this skill by 3% and gives it a 20% chance to restore 50-55 power.

Master of Nature’s Fury (set bonus 2) increases the damage of this skill by 5%.

Master of Nature’s Fury (set bonus 3) increases the damage of this skill by another 20%.

Master of Nature’s Fury (set bonus 4) increases the damage of this skill by another 25%.

 

Tsuhelm: 60 more wryms pewed until he tried to take down ‘Naglangon‘…got half way but ultimately failed 😦

Dyort: Brief AH duties due to lack of funds…

Arwynneth: Guild crafting …and more tasks…almost busy bee!

Tordy: levelled to 15 so can wear new armour set from Arwynneth! Very Red! Soon to wrap up Bree and move on to Ered Luin and then the Shire 🙂

‘The bigfoot out for the squosh
Shell shocked like I’m 6 months in the bush
Fire in a hole!’

Fire ina hole’ – Method Man

 

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2 Responses to “Playing with FIRE, pyromaniac in the making, hopes not to be burnt”

  1. Ravanel Griffon May 9, 2013 at 18:17 #

    Hehe, I wrote that text on the skill page. Glad it was of some (questionable) help. 🙂

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