Ultima Online Pet Abilites
|Description:||Trains the creature in the Conductive Blast special ability, causing reduction to a target's energy resistance.|
|Ability Type:||Special Ability|
|Training Cost:||100 Training Points|
|Proc/Spell/Replace:||Procs on Hit|
|Debuffs:||Reduces Energy Resist by 50% of Current for 4s|
|Journal Text:||Text when hit: The creature's attack has made you more susceptible to energy attacks!
Text when debuff fades: Your resistance to energy attacks has returned.
|Pets Capable of Learning Conductive Blast|
|Bake Kitsune||Bake Kitsune (Legacy)||Bane Dragon||Coconut Crab|
|Cu Sidhe||Dread Spider||Eowmu||Frost Drake|
|Skree||Stygian Drake||Triton||Tsuki Wolf|
|Unicorn||White Wyrm||White Wyrm (Legacy)||Wildfire Ostard|
|Description:||The description of the ability as given in the training menu.|
|Ability Type:||The Ability Classificatiion (Special Ability, Special Move, Area of Effect).|
|Training Cost:||The cost (in Training Points) required for the pet to learn this ability.|
|Mana Cost:||The mana cost of each use of the ability.|
|Damage:||The observed Damage Range of the ability against a target with 0 Resists.|
The damage type of the ability:
Note: Direct damage (also "True" damage) ignores resists.
|Proc/Spell/Replace:||Denotes how the ability triggers.
Proc on Hit: A 'Proc on Hit' means the ability can trigger (proc) when your pet performs a normal melee hit.
Proc when Hit: A 'Proc when Hit' means the ability can trigger (proc) when your pet is hit by an attack.
Spell: A Spell means the pet will stop all other attacks in order to cast the ability.
Replace: Replace means when the ability is triggered it will replace the next melee attack.
|Stat Modifiers:||Do stats (such as Str, Int, or Base Damage) appear to affect the ability damage in any way.|
|Debuffs:||Any Debuffs the ability applies|
|Healing:||Any Healing the ability applies|
|Journal Text:||Text that will appear in your journal if you are hit by this ability.|
|Other Notes:||Any other notes or observations about the ability worth mentioning.|