EXtreme Ray of Something

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This article is about an obsolete version of a Pastamancer skill. For the current version, see Cannelloni Cannon.

eXtreme Ray of Something

eXtreme Ray of Something

Type: Combat
MP Cost: 7

This spell fires a powerful ray of something at your opponent, dealing 10-16 points of damage.


Source: Guild Trainer
Price: 3,200 Meat
Class: Pastamancer
Level: 4
Effect: Deals (8-16)+((15*Mys)/100) damage, where Mys is your buffed Mysticality (which is capped at 134), and divisions are rounded down.
When Used:
You call forth an eXtreme Ray of <whatever>, dealing N damage to your opponent.


Notes

  • This spell will invoke an eXtreme Ray of something, dealing elemental or physical damage. There are several spells for each type of damage. Examples:
    • Hot
      • Bacon Grease
      • Bonfires
      • Burning Coals
      • Scalding Coffee
      • Sterno
      • Toaster Ovens
    • Cold
      • Freon
      • Frozen Chickens
      • Hailstones
      • Ice Cubes
      • Popsicles
      • Sorbet
    • Spooky
      • Chattering Teeth
      • Creepy Little Girls
      • Plague Rats
      • Spiders
      • Spooky Noises
    • Stench
      • Ammonia
      • Moldy Cheese
      • Paint Thinner
      • Poo Gas
      • Sewage
    • Sleaze
      • Awkwardness
      • Distastefulness
      • Foul Language
      • Perversion
      • Pin-Ups
    • Physical
      • Broken Glass
      • Bullets
      • Rusty Ball Bearings
      • Switchblades
      • Toenail Clippings
  • Untyped bonus damage to this spell is capped at +35.
  • If your bonus spell damage exceeds the cap, you will get the message:
The Ray is almost too eXtreme to control, and stuff sort of goes everywhere.

References

  • The stench ray of Poo Gas is a reference to the animated television series Freakazoid!, wherein the term "poo gas" is used by several characters to describe the stench of the sewers.
  • The cold ray of Frozen Chickens may refer to the Chicken Gun myth, as tested on MythBusters.
  • The spooky ray of Creepy Little Girls is a reference to a common horror motif. Creepy little girls have appeared in films like The Ring and The Shining, and video games like F.E.A.R..