Tome of Frigid Protection

Tome of Frigid Protection
Tome of Frigid Protection: A tome that allows the caster to encase themselves in extremely durable ice. However, despite being nearly impenetrable, it will melt after a while. Thanks to: Poshun

Tier: UT (Limited)
MP Cost: 120
Party Heal (Lvl 20): \left\{\begin{matrix} 200 & \text{wis}<30\\ 200+\frac{4\cdot\text{wis}}{3}& 30\leq\text{wis}\\ \end{matrix}\right.  HP

Range (Lvl 20): \left\{\begin{matrix} 6 & \text{wis}<30\\ 6+\frac{\text{wis}}{25}& 30\leq\text{wis}\\ \end{matrix}\right.  sqrs

Effect (Lvl 20): Armored on self for \left\{\begin{matrix} 4 & \text{wis}<30\\ 4+\frac{2\cdot\text{wis}}{75}& 30\leq\text{wis}\\ \end{matrix}\right.   seconds

Stat Bonus: +40 HP, +4 VIT
Fame Bonus: 6%
Feed Power: 1300

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Bes
Permafrost Lord



Notes:
This tome was added as of patch 27.7.x10.2 and is a reskin of the Tome of Holy Protection

This tome is commonly referred to as the most powerful tome in the game, for it allows the Priest to accomplish tasks that would be extremely hard (if not impossible) without it. It allows the Priest to easily rush the Abyss of Demons and other such dungeons, and most importantly, it provides a sort of cushion. If the Priest finds himself surrounded by lots of enemies, he can just use this tome to heal himself back to full health and reduce all incoming damage for a little bit. With a good Wisdom/MP ring (or a high leveled pet with Magic Heal), the Priest can ignore the high mana cost and use this tome permanently! It’s also noteworthy to mention that this tome has a great feed power, so if you have multiple already, it’d be worth to feed to your pet.

The only downside about this tome is that while it still heals, it doesn’t apply the Healing buff (massive increase in health regeneration) as most tiered tomes do. A good way to counter this is to keep a tiered tome with you and use that to heal, then quickly switch to the Prot and apply Armored to yourself.

Descriptions in-game are currently bugged, causing wis-affecting equipment to appear to have twice the effect they really do (this effect is only for the descriptions- not the actual result). This page shows the actual formulas, not the ones based off the (incorrect) descriptions.