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Stacking Ablaze 3 times on champions and large monsters causes them to detonate after 2 seconds, dealing 10% (+0.02% AP) of each nearby enemy's max Health as magic damage.
Brand's abilities set enemies Ablaze, dealing magic damage over a few seconds. Stacking Ablaze 3 times on champions or large monsters causes them to detonate after a few seconds, dealing magic damage.
This is Brand's main damage and poke ability that works great during the laning phase. When you use this ability after a short delay fire erupts at the location dealing magic damage to enemies. If the target is already Ablaze, Pillar of Flame deals more damage.
Brand ignites enemies near the target dealing magic damage. This ability is NOT a skill shot and is easy to hit on any target if you are within range. This ability is your enabler for other abilities to get the extra bonuses because it's really easy to set enemies Ablaze from using Conflagration.
The Nashville Sounds allowed five runs in the second inning and never fully recovered in 1 10-5 loss to the Louisville Bats on Tuesday night at Louisville Slugger Field. Their magic number to clinch the International League West Division remains at five.
Being present in instruction manuals, the term "Robot Master" was used by many gaming magazines and websites, the term became popular among fans and it was expanded to be used for most humanoid robots from the original series besides those from the stage select screen. However, there isn't an official classification of what defines if a robot is or not a Robot Master. To avoid discrepancies, in this wiki it is mainly used as a comprehensive term for all known Numbers, robots with advanced A.I. that possess a unique known identification code, consisting of a two-letter "series code" followed by one of "N", "No.", or "#", then a three-digit "serial number", the Light Numbers being the first to appear. Other humanoid bosses such as Copy Robot, Doc Robot, and the four Dark Man robots are considered special bosses instead of Numbers. Exceptions for this are robots included in the book Mega Man: Robot Master Field Guide (Doc Robot, the Dark Man series, Duo, King, Fake Man, and Sunstar) and similar characters, specially if they are bosses from the stage select, have "Man"/"Woman" in the end of their name (enemies like Pickelman, Shotman, and Shadow Mega Man are not considered), and have a Special Weapon. If they don't fit these criteria, they will not be referred as Robot Masters even if they are humanoid robots with advanced AI, such as Auto, Plum, Fan, Karate 003, etc.
Each Robot Master from Dr. Light and Dr. Wily have a serial number, listed in the format of DLN-000, DLN000, or DLN. 000. Certain series only have two digits (the MWN series, specifically), whereas the rest have three digit serial codes. Those robots have different serials, but share the same numbering sequence. They are numbered by order of creation.
In Archie Comics' Mega Man comic book series, Robot Masters are numbered after the time of their conception, not of their creation. For example, DWN-018 Magnet Man was finished before DWN-017 Needle Man in the comic. Additionally, several Robot Masters featured in other games, like Plant Man, Centaur Man, and Pump Man, are shown to have been constructed some time before the events based on Mega Man 3, and some have a serial number not present in the games, like Time Man and Oil Man.
Time Man and Oil Man were not given a serial number in Mega Man Powered Up. In the second story arc of Archie Comics' Mega Man comic book series, they are referred to as DLN-00A (Time Man) and DLN-00B (Oil Man), which is an experimental line-up.
The WWN (Wily Wars Number) series, known in Japan as the MWN (Mega World Number) series, are the three robots from the Genesis Unit, known as Mega World Corps (メガワールドぐんだん, Mega Wārudo Gundan) in Japan, that appeared on the Wily Tower mode in Mega Man: The Wily Wars (known as Rockman Mega World in Japan). The three are based on the characters of the Chinese novel Journey to the West. In some sources, like the Japanese Rockman & Forte database, their serials only have 2 numbers instead of three. Mega Man doesn't obtain a Special Weapon after defeating them.
A magic spell that allows the caster to ignore physical distances, allowing them to grasp and take hold of anything with a pale, glowing hand. The user is not limited by their number of hands and can grasp numerous objects all at the same time and move them in different directions.
Great sanctuary magic that can unite people's hearts and transform their hopes and wishes into magic power, thus allowing humans; who are originally inferior in magic to demons to fight on par with them. Aske also strengthens the user's anti-magic barriers along with their physical capabilities. While having a greater number of people can increase Aske's power, it is revealed that the power increases in response to the depths and devotion of the feelings that are sent and transformed, as well as the caster's ability to unify the thoughts and feelings of the people supplying the emotions. Anos demonstrated this when his Aske backed by eight people, the Anos Fan Union, managed to surpass Ledriano's Aske, which was backed by the ten million people in Gairadite. Anos stated that Hero Kanon's Aske's was far more powerful than Ledriano's, despite having far less people because the humans from the Mythical Age were united in their desire to overthrow the Demon King of Tyranny and wholeheartedly believed in Kanon saving the world. Aske is also used as a means to gather magic power to be used to cast a variety of holy magic spells that rely on it. 2b1af7f3a8