Best fire weapons.

#21Stormkid5Posted 4/27/2013 5:58:31 AM
I believe the Hellfire's DoT stacks, unlike all other weapons
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#22RB___OGPosted 4/27/2013 6:24:08 AM
17k fire Razrez Lyuda...550k crit
17.5k Gentleman's Volcano...586k
20.2k fire Gentleman's Snider...657k
22k fire Barking Snider...669k

Tested on the training dummy
#23DresdenDilPosted 4/27/2013 7:01:41 AM
I like using the Good Touch on my fire build Siren, it has excellent burn damage and heals constantly when killing. Love it.
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#24spfurm01Posted 4/27/2013 7:19:51 AM
The slow hand is also great in a fire variety. Esp. if you get the "Practicable" prefix.

While I really like the blockhead, since starting UVHM I think I like the slow hand a little better.
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#25SuprSaiyanRockrPosted 4/27/2013 7:32:34 AM
Falloutgenuis posted...
I'm calling now an Increased amount of "LF Hellfire and Blockhead" topics when Kreig is released.


Depends. I'll probs do a fire elemental gun with an added effect, unlike hellfire, where the added effect derives from its elemental damage. Maybe a fire Butcher; may go well with his mag increasing skills.

Also, Moxxi's Good touch.
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#26tony8669Posted 4/27/2013 8:56:28 AM
youshallbeasgod posted...
Falloutgenuis posted...
Hellfire
#27tony8669Posted 4/27/2013 9:02:46 AM(edited)
AlleRacing posted...
Hellfire is great since it gets 50% bonus splash damage like a plasma caster and only consumes one ammo.


Actually, the thing which makes the Hellfire so distinct is the proc stacking. So rather than refreshing the damage-over-time effect (as other weapons do), the Hellfire is stacking them... so each time they catch fire, they get take even more burn damage. And if you use a +elemental effect skill or item, it makes it even more likely.

Also, the elemental damage is as much, and often more, than the bullet damage.

[edit] my bad, the Teapot doesn't stack corrosive, it just has a chance to spread.
#28AlleRacingPosted 4/28/2013 3:27:38 AM
From: RB___OG | #022
17k fire Razrez Lyuda...550k crit
17.5k Gentleman's Volcano...586k
20.2k fire Gentleman's Snider...657k
22k fire Barking Snider...669k

Tested on the training dummy

Just did a couple tests. The Volcanos were about 5-10% weaker on crits, but 25% stronger on non-crits.
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