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'''Vulnerability''' is a term used to describe a characteristic of [[Elemental]]s, who take double damage from certain spells. Interestingly, Air and Earth Elementals are vulnerable to spells of their own schools of magic, but Fire and Water elementals are vulnerable to spells from the opposite school. Vulnerability could be considered an opposite to [[Spell immunity|immunity]].
 
'''Vulnerability''' is a term used to describe a characteristic of [[Elemental]]s, who take double damage from certain spells. Interestingly, Air and Earth Elementals are vulnerable to spells of their own schools of magic, but Fire and Water elementals are vulnerable to spells from the opposite school. Vulnerability could be considered an opposite to [[Spell immunity|immunity]].
  
* {{Cn|Air Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Lightning Bolt]], [[Chain Lightning]] and [[Titan's Lightning Bolt]].
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* {{Cn|Air Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Lightning Bolt]], [[Chain Lightning]], [[Armageddon]] and [[Titan's Lightning Bolt]].
* {{Cn|Storm Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Lightning Bolt]], [[Chain Lightning]] and [[Titan's Lightning Bolt]].
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* {{Cn|Storm Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Lightning Bolt]], [[Chain Lightning]], [[Armageddon]] and [[Titan's Lightning Bolt]].
 
* {{Cn|Earth Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Meteor Shower]].
 
* {{Cn|Earth Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Meteor Shower]].
 
* {{Cn|Magma Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Meteor Shower]].
 
* {{Cn|Magma Elemental}}s are vulnerable to [[Meteor Shower]].

Revision as of 12:00, 19 May 2019

Vulnerability is a term used to describe a characteristic of Elementals, who take double damage from certain spells. Interestingly, Air and Earth Elementals are vulnerable to spells of their own schools of magic, but Fire and Water elementals are vulnerable to spells from the opposite school. Vulnerability could be considered an opposite to immunity.