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Seal of Blasphemous Prayer

Seal of Blasphemous Prayer A seal that is said to briefly borrow the power of the Gods themselves. Some Paladins shun its dark power, others embrace it.

Tier UT
MP Cost 120
On Equip +4 SPD
Effect(s) On party: Red Cross Healing and Sword Damaging

Party effects duration:   seconds

Range:   tiles

On self: Mithril Shield Invulnerable for   seconds
Cooldown 5 second(s)
Fame Bonus 6%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 900

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Pentaract
The Keyper

Notes
Because this item is not good in every situation, it is recommended to have a tiered Seal to use as an alternate item, as the only truly beneficial use for this seal is to prevent oneshots.

There is an emerging playstyle involving this seal in conjunction with equipment items that have ‘proc’ effects which trigger when you get hit. Activating the seal can allow you to deliberately take damage and so trigger a proc effect at a precise time of your choosing. For example triggering the Entropy Reactor to do one of its effects.

If you’re under the effect Invulnerability you can still take damage from environmental hazards that damage you, such as Lava, Magma, and Evil Water.

Trivia
Original testing description was, “When the Gods confront their worst enemies, they arm their Paladins with this seal.”

This seal is often referred to as “Oreo” by players due to it being similar looking to the Oreo cookie brand.

History
Added in Build 100 (July 2010). There was a bug on the seal which prevented paladins who had it in their inventory from trading with other players. This was fixed in Release 12.5 (Apr 2013).

In Release 25.0.0 (Oct 2014) a small rework saw the item’s stats change from +5 SPD, to -4 DEF, +4 SPD, and Wismod was added to control the duration and range.

Before Patch X.33.1.0 (May 2020), this item had a Feed Power of 750.

April Fool Version

For April Fool events the sprite has been changed to that of the Chocolate Cream Sandwich Cookie, owing to the ‘Oreo’ nickname of the Seal of Blasphemous Prayer, Oreo being a brand of chocolate cookie:
April Fools sprite