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Pheppabomb (r160) [RARITY 160]View in Item Database
DescriptionCongratulations, you won this by working out the Gadgadsbogen Logic Puzzle! Pheppabomb

Multiuse


Average Rating [?]
1
Attack *fire**physical* + *fire**fire**fire**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical*
Defense N/A
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
ATTACK FIRE 0.4-4 ATTACK PHYSICAL 1-10   
Restocks At N/A
Used By Brutal Mercenary
Special Categorization -
Notes None
Distributions - Pheppabomb
Minimum: 2.00
Maximum: 14.00
Mean: 8.15
Ratings - Pheppabomb
Rating:
1
Price/Power (0/5)
This is a collectors item and nothing more.

Countermeasures (0/5)
Physical has it's use- but not like this.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
At least get a Stone Foam Finger instead if you want physical...

Other Points

Final Thoughts
At least it isnt single use,

Rated on May 31, 2014

Rating:
1
Overview: The Pheppabomb is one of the few weapons that has lots of chance icons with only a few constant icons. As such, it is virtually useless.

The Good: The maximum output of this weapon is awesome. 14 icons of fire and physical would be so perfect for mid-tier battling it's not even funny. The Pheppabomb would be a mix of Stone Foam Finger and Dr. Sloths Personal Bath Buddy rolled into one complete package. The fire is good for busting through shields, while the mass physical still gives players an opportunity to block it.

The Bad: Despite the nice maximum, the low end cannot be overlooked. A minimum of 1.4 with the fire being fractional is terrible. With a Mean of 8.15, the Pheppabomb can be overpowered by cheap 9-icon weapons. Then of course there's the price, that makes this really worth skipping.

The Ugly Truth: At 14 icons constant, the Pheppabomb would be an awesome weapon. However, it has a minimum of a measly 1.4 and a mean of 8.15, which puts this weapon as weaker than many cheap weapons. It's worth missing.

Rated on January 31, 2014