Can anyone tell me from top to bottom what are the meaning of the elemental colored circles when you use libra to access enemy intel? Thanks.
#2HushfallPosted 10/21/2010 7:19:56 PM
Fire Ice Thunder Water Wind Earth Physical Magic --- There's no way in hell a thirty year old set of guitar strings would stay in tune unless Jesus himself pissed on them.
#3RexRagnellPosted 10/21/2010 7:26:30 PM
Keep in mind that the staff symbol (Magic) on the bottom refers only to Commando magic (Ruin). --- Lightning is beautiful! Join us if you agree! http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/928790-final-fantasy-xiii/56777320
#4PoopMasterGoetzPosted 10/21/2010 7:34:22 PM
I'm pretty sure it applies to any magic. The AI will use strikes if an enemy has magic resistance. --- Gamertag: GotACoolName http://www.facebook.com/gotacoolname
#5terran3999999Posted 10/21/2010 8:42:47 PM
Any physical or magical resistant will take priority first and cover all the other elements. Hey, why else do you think the Guis are so hard to damage with Imperil+En- buffs? --- 'People who have died can not cry anymore, so I cry for them.'-Momo of Shinigami no Ballad
#6danieljarlsonPosted 10/23/2010 4:39:57 PM
Keep in mind that the staff symbol (Magic) on the bottom refers only to Commando magic (Ruin).
No, it refers to all magic, and the resistance factors of physical/magic stack with that of the six elements. If an enemy has Fire and Magic at "Halved" and you hit them with a RAV's Fire or a COM's Ruin (with Enfire buff), they take 1/4 the normal damage, and if they're weak to Fire and Magic and you hit them with a Fire spell, they take 4x damage instead. That's pretty much the main method of dealing heavy damage in this game. --- "Come on, the worst that could happen is we all die." --Jade Curtiss~ Tales of the Abyss