Sleaze

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Sleaze deals extra damage to enemies with a heat or stench subtype, and negligible damage to sleaze-based monsters.

Sleaze is one of the five main elements that can be found in the Kingdom. Damage from this element is called sleaze damage.

Mechanics

  • Sleaze does double damage against monsters with a type of hot or stench.
  • Sleaze does a total of 1 damage against monsters with a type of sleaze.
  • Sleaze does normal damage against monsters with any other element type.
  • Sleaze monsters take double damage from cold and spooky attacks.

Resistance

From Equipment

The following items give sleaze resistance when equipped:

Hats:

Back:

Shirts:

Weapons:

Off-hand:

Pants:

Accessories:

The following outfits give (additional) sleaze resistance when fully equipped:

Outfits:

From Effects

The following effects give sleaze resistance when active:

From Passive Skills

The following passive skill gives sleaze resistance:

From House Furnishings

The following bed gives sleaze resistance as long as it is installed in your dwelling:

From Familiars

The following familiar gives sleaze resistance as long as it is your active familiar:

  • Exotic Parrot (Slight (+1), 17-36 lbs) (So-So (+2), 37-56 lbs) (Serious (+3), 57+ lbs)

Damage

Given From Effects

The following effects allow you to deal additional sleaze damage:

Given From Spells/Skills

The following spells/skills always deal sleaze damage:

These Pastamancer spells may be any element:

Using Flavour of Magic and casting Spirit of Bacon Grease will set these pasta spells to sleaze damage. Otherwise, element is determined randomly.

The Pastamancer spell Weapon of the Pastalord will deal half physical and half elemental damage if tuned to a specific element.

Given From Items

The following items deal sleaze damage when used or equipped:

The following items add additional sleaze damage to sleaze spells when used or equipped:

Having Sinful Desires equipped in the off-hand, or Chester's Aquarius medallion in an accessory slot, will change the element of all Pastamancer combat spells (with the exception of Weapon of the Pastalord and Fearful Fettucini) to sleaze when equipped. Chester's Aquarius medallion adds +30 sleaze damage; Sinful Desires adds +10.

Having the effect Sheepskinned in place converts all damage to Sleaze.

Given Passively

Equipping a Mr. Haggis deals 4-5 sleaze damage every round.

Given From Outfits

The following outfits allow you to deal additional sleaze damage when equipped:

Given From Familiars

The following familiars deal sleaze damage:

Received From Items

These items deal sleaze damage to the player when used:

Received From Monsters

The following are sleaze monsters and usually deal sleaze damage:


The following are not sleaze monsters but occasionally deal sleaze damage:

Notes

  • Sleaze was introduced into the Kingdom on January 31, 2006.

See Also