1. Abilities
  2. test
  3. jedi_consular
  4. project

Project

pileofrubble

Project

Throws debris at the target, dealing <<1>> kinetic damage. Standard and weak targets are additionally stunned for <<2[%d seconds/%d second/%d seconds]>>.

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Ability activation
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pileofrubble
Project
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pileofrubble
Project
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stunnedStunned – Unable to act.
  • [0s] [not displayed]
    pileofrubbleEffect #2

    • On Apply

    Only when the following conditions are met:

    Perform the following actions:

    • Spell Damage
      - Unknown (609) = (bool) false
      - Damage Type = (int) 1
      - Slot = (int) 1
      - Spell Type = (int) 3
      - Level Cap = (int) 0
      - Amount Max = (float) 0
      - Amount Min = (float) 0
      - Amount Percent = (float) 0
      - Threat Percent = (float) 0
      - Standard Health Percent Max = (float) 0.113
      - Standard Health Percent Min = (float) 0.073
      - Amount Modifier Percent = (float) 0.01
      - Coefficient = (float) 0.925
      - Health Steal Percentage = (float) 0
    • On Apply

    Only when the following conditions are met:

      • If previous subeffect did not meet all conditions

    Perform the following actions:

    • Spell Damage
      - Unknown (609) = (bool) false
      - Damage Type = (int) 1
      - Slot = (int) 1
      - Spell Type = (int) 3
      - Level Cap = (int) 0
      - Amount Max = (float) 0
      - Amount Min = (float) 0
      - Amount Percent = (float) 0
      - Threat Percent = (float) 0
      - Standard Health Percent Max = (float) 0.098
      - Standard Health Percent Min = (float) 0.058
      - Amount Modifier Percent = (float) 0.01
      - Coefficient = (float) 0.78
      - Health Steal Percentage = (float) 0
  • [3s]
    stunnedStunned
    Unable to act.

    • On Apply

    Perform the following actions:

    • Stun the TARGET
    • Play appearance epp . jedi_consular . project . stun, dependent on calling effect