New World Flame Conditioning Maximizing Defensive Guides
New World Flame Conditioning is a powerful perk that can be used to counter magical attacks or elemental damage. It provides players with fire damage absorption when taking fire-based damage or abilities, reducing the amount of damage taken. In this guide, Katrina will take a closer look at what Flame Conditioning does, how it works, and the various abilities, items, and perks that won't block it.
- What Does Flame Conditioning Do?
- How Does Flame Conditioning Work?
- Abilities and Items that Won't Trigger Flame Conditioning
- Abilities and Items that Will Trigger Flame Conditioning
- Using Abyssal Conditioning to Counter the Void Gauntlet
What Does Flame Conditioning Do?
When equipped with armor, Flame Conditioning provides players with fire damage absorption. This means that when they take fire or fire-based damage, they will take less damage due to the perk's effect. However, not all abilities and items in the game will trigger Flame Conditioning, meaning that it won't always be 100% effective.
How Does Flame Conditioning Work?
Flame Conditioning is triggered by fire or fire-based damage, meaning that when players take damage from these sources, they will receive the fire damage absorption effect. However, not all abilities and items will trigger Flame Conditioning, so it's important to know which ones will and won't.
Abilities and Items that Won't Trigger Flame Conditioning
To get the most out of Flame Conditioning, it's essential to know which abilities and items won't trigger the perk. For example, Frost Conditioning won't activate when hit by abilities like Ice Storm and Ice Shower, or Deadly Frost. The same goes for Flame Conditioning - it won't activate for all abilities and items.
Abilities and Items that Will Trigger Flame Conditioning
After testing the Fire Staff and Blunderbuss, we found that all of their abilities and basic attacks will trigger Flame Conditioning. This means that Flame Conditioning is an excellent perk to counter the Firestar meta or players using Fire Staffs or Blunderbusses. Flame Conditioning will also work on all Blunderbuss abilities, including Sharpener Blast, Splitting Grenades, and Motor Chart.
Using Abyssal Conditioning to Counter the Void Gauntlet
In addition to Flame Conditioning, players can also use Abyssal Conditioning to counter the Void Gauntlet. All of the Void Gauntlet abilities, except for Oblivion, will block Abyssal Conditioning, making it an excellent choice for players in War Scenarios or those looking to counter the Void Gauntlet.
New World Flame Conditioning is a powerful perk that can be used to counter magical attacks or elemental damage. It provides players with fire damage absorption when taking fire-based damage, reducing the amount of damage taken. While not all abilities and items will trigger Flame Conditioning, it's still an excellent choice for players looking to maximize their defensive capabilities. Additionally, players can use Abyssal Conditioning to counter the Void Gauntlet in War Scenarios or to counter players using the Void Gauntlet.
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