Thick Smoke Bomb (r101) [Special]View in Item Database
DescriptionUpon exploding this bomb releases a thick cloud of smoke, leaving your opponent in the dark. One Use. Thick Smoke Bomb

Single Use


Average Rating [?]
9
Attack N/A
Defense *-air* 100%, *-dark* 100%, *-earth* 100%, *-fire* 100%, *-light* 100%, *-physical* 100%, *-water* 100%.
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
DEFENSE_PERCENT EARTH 100% DEFENSE_PERCENT AIR 100% DEFENSE_PERCENT FIRE 100% DEFENSE_PERCENT WATER 100%
DEFENSE_PERCENT LIGHT 100% DEFENSE_PERCENT DARKNESS 100% DEFENSE_PERCENT PHYSICAL 100%  
Restocks At N/A
Used By Creeping Shadows
Malevolent Shadow
Pirate Bomber
Shrieking Shadows
Special Categorization -
Notes *limit_one* Limit One
Ratings - Thick Smoke Bomb
Rating:
9
Price/Power (4/5)
Another item purely used to push your personal limits in the battledome for one turn. Offers the full blocking effect of the Thyoras Tear but for a fraction of the price. It does add up however and should only be used for special fights.

Countermeasures (5/5)
Nothing can get through this shield besides a faerie ability to block it. That makes it pretty great.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
The aforemeantioned Thyoras Tear is the upgrade, while the downgrade is Downsize! which offers half the blocking power once per battle.

Other Points (No Bonus)

Final Thoughts
Hope it doesn't make your pet cough much.

Rated on September 29, 2013

Rating:
9
Thick Smoke Bomb, much like a Jade Elixir or a Scroll of Freezing is a disposable version of a more expensive item, in this case Thyoras Tear.

For roughly 9,000NP a pop, this is not an item that should be used all of the time, but rather for important battles only. In 2-Player tournaments and for tackling Defenders of Neopia, a Thick Smoke Bomb can come in handy.

It should be noted that while only one of these can be equipped, it can still be paired with a Thyoras Tear. As a result some 2-Player tournaments restrict usage to one or the other, assuming that One Use items are not banned altogether.

Rated on January 25, 2013