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So far I've seen it backfire at 54 damage and result in Burning Ears, but I also had it do 57 damage with no side effect. --Harry Crimboween 21:32, 25 June 2007 (CDT)

I just got a very odd effect casting Saucestorm (not the burning/frozen effect, something else):

"The frigid sauce speaks to the cold in the depths of your soul. "Hello, cold!" are its exact words.

You gain 19 Mana Points."

The same casting did 57 damage and also gave me Frozen Ears. --Jacobm 12:48, 26 June 2007 (CDT)

(Actually, I think that may be the result of casting a cold Saucestorm while also having the Soul Freeze effect, because I did have Soul Freeze the first time, and I also just got the same effect again after casting Wave of Sauce followed by Saucestorm.) --Jacobm 12:52, 26 June 2007 (CDT)

  • I wish that effect was more common. I have still to see it at all after three days of spellcasting :(--Winterbay 12:19, 27 June 2007 (CDT)
    • You get it from casting Wave followed by any other spell of the same temperature. But the Wave has to have its power boosted so much that it goes over the damage cap. For example, try a hot chefstaff, hot cookbook (or seasoning skill with a monster where that makes a difference), jackass buff, enchantlers, etc. It takes a big boost to get the effect from wave of sauce. --Kazim 16:04, 7 July 2007 (CDT)

I permed Saucestorm and ascended as a Pastamancer, now at Level 6, instead of getting Burning Ears or Frozen Shoulders, I just lose 6-8 HP with each casting. Anyone else seeing that? --Electra310 23:53, 22 August 2007 (CDT)

  • That's normal. When you overload a sauceror spell, it only give you a good effect if you are currently a sauceror. Otherwise, you get hurt.


This now does damage twice. Each separate damage is equivalent to a single Candyblast. With a few equips and effects, I was doing 90 cold and 90 hot with each cast.--Hastifer (talk) 15:45, 20 November 2013 (UTC)