Breathing Bubble

Breathing Bubble

Creates a bubble of clean air around your head, allowing you to ignore effects of cloud surfaces. Immune to Suffocation and Silence.

  1 Memory slot

Sets Breathing Bubble for 5 turn(s).

Requires Aerotheurge 1
Requires Warfare 1
 Range --

aerotehurge-skills-dos2 Aerotheurge

Breathing Bubble is an Aerotheurge Skill in Divinity Original Sin 2.

 

Breathing Bubble Location

 

Breathing Bubble Effects

  • There is no craftable scroll for this skill
  • The bubble protects characters from all cloud effects, including healing from Blessed clouds. This also means the bubble will prevent the Invisibilty buff and removal of Silenced from Blessed Smoke Clouds
  • Also protects from Deathfog

 

Breathing Bubble Trivia & strategies

  • Very useful against Loic the Immaculate.
  • Also useful in fights where a character has permanent Vacuum Aura (Baran Levere, The Advocate).
  • Enrage cannot be cast on a character with this status effect, as it gives immunity to Silenced.
  • Also, removes Enraged status when cast on an enraged character.
  • Will also prevent Silence as of Patch v3.0.168.526

 

 

 
Aerotheurge Skills
Apportation  ♦  Blessed Smoke Cloud  ♦  Blinding Radiance  ♦  Chain Lightning  ♦  Closed Circuit  ♦  Dazing Bolt  ♦  Electric Discharge  ♦  Erratic Wisp  ♦  Evasive Aura  ♦  Favourable Wind  ♦  Mass Breathing Bubbles  ♦  Nether Swap  ♦  Pressure Spike  ♦  Shocking Touch  ♦  Smoke Cover  ♦  Superconductor  ♦  Teleportation  ♦  Thunderstorm  ♦  Tornado  ♦  Uncanny Evasion  ♦  Vacuum Aura  ♦  Vacuum Touch  ♦  Vaporize

 

 




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    • Anonymous

      03 May 2021 09:47  

      way to much in this game is situationally inert. i mean teleport is on a whole other level than pretty much all of these crafted skills. this could have added magic armour or provided temporary air immunity, could have caused spells cast at the air bubble to randomly deflect obviously deathfog imunity. anything but a whole skill dedicated to aviding dammage from something you can literally banish all together with several other air spells or even simply detonate it with a fire wand and then wait for a moment.

      • Anonymous

        09 Jan 2018 23:05  

        Like glitter dust, if you apply it on an enemy with blessed smoke cloud around them you could have something like the greater invisibility back from epic encounters.

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