Lumiaire

Lumiaire Lumiaire Projectile This ceremonial mace controls the forces of light and darkness. Archbishop Leucoryx uses it for distinguished offerings in the name of his god.

Tier UT
Shots 2 (arc gap: 6°)
Damage 90–110 (average: 100 / total: 200)
Projectile Speed 5 tiles/second
Lifetime 1.8 seconds
Range 9 tiles
Amplitude 0.5 tile(s)
Frequency 1.5 cycle(s)/shot
Rate of Fire 150%
XP Bonus 8%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 1,200
Forging Cost 60 Legendary Material / 160 Rare Material / 180 Common Material / 1560 Forgefire / 1 Mark of the Exalted God
Dismantling Value 15 Legendary Material / 40 Rare Material / 45 Common Material

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Archbishop Leucoryx

Blueprint Lumiaire Blueprint
Drops From Archbishop Leucoryx
Obtained Through The Tinkerer (50x Ancient Schematic)

Game animation
Lumiaire
Notes

This wand outstrips all other wands, thanks to its two shots, massive rate of fire, and pretty decent damage/shot. Only at very high DEF does this wand get beat by other ranged wands. This wand doesn’t pierce, but its spray of shots and superb rate of fire still make it a somewhat viable choice for clearing hordes of monsters.

The catch is that its shots move at an incredibly slow speed - nearly a quarter of a tiered wand’s projectile speed. The helical firing pattern and short (normal) true range can make landing shots very difficult, especially when the user and/or the target are moving. If players are able to consistently hit, the Lumiaire becomes a clear-cut winner over all other damage options due to its insane DPS.

This wand has two firing patterns, each of which are useful against different enemies. To swap firing patterns, one must fire an odd number of shots (like from a tiered wand), then swap back to the Lumiaire. This makes the shot pattern converge at around 3.5 and 9 tiles instead of the middle of the range. To switch back, simply swap off of Lumiaire, fire an odd number of shots again, and swap back.

April Fools Version
For April Fools 2022, this item was temporarily renamed to “Luminaire”, with the description “A complete lighting unit!”