Before I list the effects, I'm not too sure about the DoT effects, specifically I don't know the exact percentage of how much of my weapon damage is calculated as the DoT damage, so i'll just list the numbers of my own DoT numbers.
Potion: Steal health potion (Guranteed not chance based, cryptic mains be jelly), 100 mana. Inflicts dragon's heart toxin (56-66 dmg) for 5 turns, 30 turn CD
Aimed: + 20 bonus, for 5 turns, 20 mana, 4 turn CD
Wound: +40 health resist for 20 turns, 20 mana, 4 turn CD
Throw: Nothing different
Daze: Stun + Inflict DoT (55-66 dmg) for 3 turns, 30 mana, 14 turn CD
Smoke: 140+ BPD for 3 turns, also inflicts dragon's scale toxin (56-66 dmg) for 5 turns, 30 mana, 9 turn CD
Attack button: Same
Stealth: Inflicts dragon's shadow toxin (56-66 dmg) for 5 turns, Stealth block + 45 BPD 4 turns, stealth + 20 crit + 45 avoidance 3 turns, 25 mana 9 turn CD
Surprise attack: Does more damage with each toxin, only usable when stealth is active, 25 mana, 1 turn CD
Poison: Inflicts poison DoT (84-99 dmg) for 5 turns, 25 mana 4 turn CD
Dragon soul toxin: Inflicts Dragon's soul toxin DoT (56-66 dmg) for 5 turns, 20 mana 4 turn CD
Wild daggers: Nothing different
Blind: - 50 bonus for 3 turns, 25 mana, 9 turn CD
Final strike: Nothing different.
Dragon toxins leech: 10 HP, 21 HP, 31 HP, 41 HP
From left to right 1 toxin - 4 toxins
If you're not a fan of DoTs when using Pyromancer, then you may not like this class. Something I noticed about the leech effect is that, as small as it is, it's enough to recover most or if not all your health lost from glancing blows, don't know if Verly knew this, but I think it was well thought out in that aspect. Unless the incoming attack is one that hits really really hard. Dragon rogue is all about flooding your foes with DoTs
I do like these tier 2 revamps, they have at least some advantages to at least give you a reason to use them, that the Atealan base classes don't offer.
< Message edited by ArchNero -- 6/2/2018 9:28:51 >