|The sacred writings of Leucoryx and his disciples, compiled as a tribute to Oryx to lend false credence to the teachings of his twisted followers.|
|On Equip||+6 VIT, +60 HP|
|Effect(s)||On Ability Activate: Summons a Chaos Beam on your cursor, striking instantly for 1800-2200 armor piercing damage in a 2.5 square radius.
Party Heal: 150 HP within 6.5 sqrs
Party heal is not affected by wisdom.
|Drops From||Archbishop Leucoryx|
This tome’s ability to instantly strike anywhere within the user’s sight range with a devastating, low cooldown, armor-piercing AoE attack, makes it unrivaled among tomes in terms of increasing DPS. It’s cheaper to cast than other DPS-buffing tomes like the Ceremonial Merlot and Tome of Holy Furor while arguably increasing damage output more than the latter tomes, and deals far more damage than the Tome of Pain while outranging it by a large margin. While the Tome of the Tarnished Gods can do significantly more damage, it relies on distributing that damage over 6 seconds. This ability can single-handedly turn a Priest into a long-distance damage machine, capable of supplementing their wand shots with devastating Chaos Beams that can both clear out groups of enemies at a time or deal heavy damage to bosses.
The Chaotic Scripture pays for this by having some of the lowest healing among all tomes of its tier, which is made worse by the fact that it doesn’t scale with Wisdom. Using the Scripture would be unwise if the situation calls for group or self healing rather than DPS.
The Chaos Beam has the following animation:
|Limited Edition Tomes|