Weapon Type: Duelling Cane
Normal Attack: 3X10 Fire Damage to enemy. Removes all stacks of burning from self and target and applies two stacks of burning to self and three stacks of burning to target. (Burning Deals 5 Fire Damage/Turn)
Special Attack: 4X10 Fire Damage to enemy. Removes all stacks of burning from self, allies, and target, and applies two stacks of burning to self and allies and five stacks of burning to target. (Burning Deals 5 Fire Damage/Turn)
Normal Attack: 85% Chance.
Special Attack: 15% Chance.
Average Damage: 48 Fire Damage/Turn. (10-13 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
Maximum Damage: 65 Fire Damage/Turn. (10-30 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
Average Damage (Wet): 15.75 Fire Damage/Turn. (0-0 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
Maximum Damage (Wet): 20 Fire Damage/Turn. (0-0 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
Average Damage (Oily): 79.5 Fire Damage/Turn. (10-13 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
Maximum Damage (Oily): 105 Fire Damage/Turn. (10-30 Fire Damage/Turn to self or allies)
The Fire Stick is another flame weapon, but the catch is that in addition to lighting the enemy on fire, it will also light you and your friends on fire. Why would you want that? It's crazy! Well, being on fire has its advantages: you receive 25% damage from ice attacks, so this weapon is pretty much a necessity when fighting dangerous ice enemies. Otherwise, the fire stick is very similar to the flame hammer. The only differences are that the flame hammer hits armor and the fire stick hits dodging, the fire stick does a tad more damage, the flame hammer burns for more damage (although the fire stick burns for longer). Another interesting fact of the fire stick is that, unlike most other fire weapons it does not remove oily from the target. That's right, you can continually hit a target with the special ability and deal 80 damage every turn if the enemy is oily. The final thing that you should note about this weapon is that if you hit one enemy with it, you should hit a different enemy on your next attack because the first enemy is already burning (that's how you are going to get the prescribed 65 Fire Damage/Turn). In conclusion, the fire stick is a specialized weapon. It is a great weapon when fighting ice or oily enemies, although its effectiveness is somewhat limited when fighting with allies and pretty much worthless when fighting with water. Use this weapon to its strengths and it will be a great help. (Note: To use this weapon really efficiently, oil the enemies, and then have an ally use a water attack. This will make the enemies oily and the allies wet. With this, the fire cane can deal double damage every turn against the enemies while not burning any of the allies.)