Talk:Piety of Theopolis
I put the pictures in here for now and was wondering if someone else could place them better, I'm not that good with this kind of stuff :(, also the strategy could probably be expanded on.
From my testing it seems that she has about 120% cold resistance. Used Frostbite + Elemental Weakness + Freeze Mine to lower her cold resist by 119%, which eliminated the "resists all elements" on her display, changing it to "resists fire" and "resists lightning". From this I think we may be able to assume she also has 120% fire/lightning resist, although testing it would be nice. Someone with lvl 3 empower, +2/+1 gems, and 20/20 dual curses can get 118% reduction to test it out. Alternatively one could use Elemental Equilibrium. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Olop4444 (talk • contribs)
- Merciless Piety has 45 to all resists (elem and chaos). But she also has an implicit "reduced curse effect" modifier that decreases your debuffs by 70%. The math is:
- Debuff applied by Freeze Mine = 15% (not a curse, so unaffected by Piety's implicit mod)
- Debuff applied by each curse = (52% * 0.3) = 15.xxx% (rounded down to 15)
- The total is exactly 45, hence the "resist cold" disappearing. You would need to reach a 54% base debuff from the curses if you want to see her "Vulnerable to Cold". Good luck with that ;) Chriskang (talk) 22:57, 9 December 2013 (UTC)
"Immune to damage"
I have just a small issue with this line of text under the "First Encounter" header: "When Piety's health drops to half she becomes immune to damage and retreats to a portal, leaving you victorious."
Piety, in fact, does not become "immune to damage"; rather, she cannot be killed. You can reduce Piety's health to 0 before she teleports away and she'll still live.