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Steam Pipe

Steam Pipe steamworks Small Fire Drop

steamworks Small Water Drop
Efforts by lower workers of the kogbolds to arm themselves against invaders has resulted in various interesting crudely made armaments. Fashioned from the boiler of a steam generator, this staff projects its scalding vapors towards a target, cooking them alive.

Tier UT
On Equip +25 MP
XP Bonus 7%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 800
Forging Cost 45 Legendary Material / 120 Rare Material / 135 Common Material / 1560 Forgefire / 1 Mark of the Control Core / 1 Kogbold Steamworks UTs UT(s)
Dismantling Value 15 Legendary Material / 40 Rare Material / 45 Common Material
Unlock Slot Cost 1750 Purple Dust

steamworks Small Water Drop
Shots 2
Damage 50–65 (average: 57.5)
Projectile Speed 20 tiles/second
Lifetime 0.6 seconds
Range 8 / 4 tiles
Effect(s) Piercing Shots hit multiple targets
Acceleration: -22.2/-50 tiles/sec2

steamworks Small Fire Drop
Shots 2
Damage 50–65 (average: 57.5)
Projectile Speed 20 tiles/second
Lifetime 0.6 seconds
Range 6 / 2 tiles
Effect(s) Armor Piercing Ignores defense of target
Acceleration: -33.3/-100 tiles/sec2


Blueprint Steam Pipe Blueprint
Drops From Kogbold Flying Machine

Notes
The Steam Pipe fires four decelerating shots at once in a line; two piercing water shots, and two armor piercing fire shots. Each subsequent shot has a faster deceleration, and thus a shorter range. Shots will reach their final destination at roughly the same time. Like many decelerating weapons, the Steam Pipe is great against enemies who chase you.

If you can hit all 4 shots, this staff outdamages the T14 Staff of the Fundamental Core at all levels of DEF, and Superior at medium DEF at higher. The tradeoff is the low true range of this staff. This means that you need to get very close to enemies who aren’t chasing you.

History
Before Exalt Version 3.3.5.0 (Mar 2023), this weapon fired two steam projectiles dealing 60-100 damage, which would split apart and turn in opposite directions upon reaching the end of the weapon’s range. The steam projectiles would pierce targets, but did not pierce armor.