Genesis Spell

Genesis Spell Dammah’s powers of summoning portals stem from this profane spell. Most may use it to call attacks from primitive dimensions of untapped energy, but Oryx’s greatest thaumaturges can create stable gateways to the realm and beyond.

Tier UT
MP Cost 120
Effect(s) On Ability Use: Summons 4 portals which zap enemies and deal 250 damage in a radius of 6 squares every 0.4 seconds
Duration 4 second(s)
Cooldown 4 second(s)
XP Bonus 8%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 1,300
Forging Cost 60 Legendary Material / 160 Rare Material / 180 Common Material / 1560 Forgefire / 1 Oryx's Sanctuary UTs UT(s)
Dismantling Value 15 Legendary Material / 40 Rare Material / 45 Common Material

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Chancellor Dammah

Blueprint Genesis Blueprint
Drops From Chancellor Dammah
Obtained Through The Tinkerer (50x Ancient Schematic)

This spell is similar to the Sporous Spray Spell in the sense that it summons stationary entities in order to do damage, in this case four portals. Each portal will zap the nearest enemy for heavy damage. Portals will always hit their intended target, even when conventional spellbombs are difficult or outright impossible to perfectly hit.

The Genesis Spell is the best item for damage per mana. Each cast results in a whopping 10,000 damage, over double that of the Tablet, without the need for manual aiming. What makes this item not completely overpowered is the 4 second cooldown. This limits your actual DPS.

It also suffers from the same setbacks as other “sentry” type items. It performs poorly against enemies with fast movement or frequent invulnerability. It is also disliked when fighting Oryx 3 due to his fast movement, invicibility, and the spell damaging through his Guard phases.

Nevertheless, it remains a very strong option. It’s great for clearing all sorts of dungeon minions, since you don’t have to aim at a target. It’s also effective against most bosses, especially those which are hard to spellbomb.

The portals have the same sprite as the item itself.