|Increases SHOCK damage by 15%. Weapon Mods that inflict SHOCK damage deal an additional 10%.|
Storm Amulet is an Amulet and an accessory in Remnant: From the Ashes. Storm Amulet is/isn't a Craftable Item. Amulets provide additional protection or other bonuses to your character, add buffs to the player's Stats, and resistance to Status Ailments. Different accessories have different defense values and are, therefore, more or less effective.
"The Ahanae--the Radiant Ones--tap into the crystals' power with elaborate mechanisms and arcane talismans such as this."
Where to find Storm Amulet
- Random drop on Yaesha
Storm Amulet Notes
- Players can only equip one Amulet
- To manage and equip an amulet, open the Character Menu and cycle to the accessories slot below the Armor slots.
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It's even working? I had't see any changes befor and after setting amulet in slot.
The Amulet has changed from 20% Elemental Damage to 20% Shock Increase. Guess Shock weapons and skills will be less worthless now.
I equip it, but it doesn't change any stats... Beam Rifle dmg is the same, Smolder dmg is the same, and even Hot Shot mod dmg is the same. Does it not show the actual statistical increase like other items and amulets do?
Does anyone know if the Storm Amulet effects the Rot damage from the Petrified Maul?
Basicly if the description if the weapon says it deals Radiation,fire,shock or what ever,it will up the damage by 20%,so slap this on a beam rifle or eye of the storm and get the possible best in slot neckless for damage,I tested this with fire shot and it does work with the 20% fire shot adds,but if your running a high fire rate weapon,your better off using marksmen tailsmen and putting song of sword on for more dps
What exactly qualifies as "elemental damage" in this game? I assume the spitfire submachinegun (both primary and alt/mod fire), but what about guns shot while using the "hot shot" mod (fire infused bullets with a chance to proc burning status)? And what about radiation damage? Does that count as elemental? I guess there are also a couple of items that use shock damage (one weapon and one mod) that would benefit from this, but the description is too vague. It also doesn't help that you can play up to 80% of the game or more (literally up to the last world) and elemental damage is hardly mentioned (you will see fire damage in some capacity but nothing much beyond that).
The german discription says it is a 20% dmg reduction. Wich one is right?