Talk:Cleansing Flame (GRA)
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Possible 40k or Command & Conquer Ref?
I think this might be a possible Warhammer 40k or Command and Conquer 3 reference, seeing as how both NOD (The Black Hand) and the Imperium of Man (Primarily Sisters of Battle and Imperial Guard) use flame-based weaponry to 'Cleanse.'
Thoughts? LoneRanger558 09:30, September 30, 2011 (UTC)
@Above more religious as they burnt "witchs" at the stake, Purification by Fire --6 Xero 9 06:23, October 27, 2011 (UTC)
While it's listed as a bug that the flames from the Cleansing Flame don't appear, it is actually a very faint particle effect of the gas coming out from the nozzle, which aesthetically makes more sense than a pure blue flame. Can someone fix that, since I've been locked from editing normal pages?
I've seen youtube videos with a Cleansing Flame with a blue flame, does the flame really not appear all the time?--FAR-02C 18:01, October 6, 2011 (UTC)
i want to know if i have to reload a save or what, becaue i want to see this blue fire
Add to Main Weapon List
Correction to DOT/scaled by skill
The GECK entries for Cleansing Flame show that the damage over time (DOT) are scaled by energy weapons skill. The damage is as follows:
0 to 24 - 2 flame damage per second for 6 seconds 25 to 49 - 4 flame damage per second for 6 seconds 50 to 74 - 6 flame damage per second for 6 seconds 75 to 99 - 8 flame damage per second for 6 seconds 100 - 10 flame damage per second for 6 seconds
The info box entry is incorrect, as it states 30 damage for 6 seconds. I would like to change this, and add the above information, but, since I'm pretty new here, I would like some guidance on what would be the best way to do this. Here's my questions:
1. What should be entered in the info box for the DOT damage? 100 energy weapons skill level damage, i.e. 10x6? 2. What would be the best format for the scaled damage info? I'm thinking a table in the characteristis section. 3. Should there be a footnote reference from the info box DOT entry to the table and/or some type of note in the info box indicating that the damage scales? Are there any precedents for this type of entry? I'm trying to think of one so I can look at how it's been done on other articles, but I can't think of any.
--The Gunny 22:48, November 3, 2011 (UTC)