Jellyfish Skin

Jellyfish Skin

Bleed electrified water. You get immunity to electricity, but lowered resistance to poison and earth damage.

 Set Jellyfish Skin for 2 turn(s).

Requires Polymorph 2cldwn5
Requires Aerotheurge 2
Costs 2 Memory

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Jellyfish Skin is a Polymorph Skill in Divinity Orginal Sin 2.

 

Jellyfish Skin location

 

Jellyfish Skin effects

  • Scroll cannot be crafted
  • Gives +100% air resistance
  • Gives -30% earth resistance
  • Gives -30% poison resistance
  • Immunity to Stunned
  • Immunity to Shocked
  • Using Flesh Sacrifice will still produce normal blood

 

Jellyfish Skin trivia & strategies

  • Largely useless due to the fact that there just aren't many fights where air damage is a problem. One such fight is Duna's Undertaker
  • Becomes obsolete when Five-Star Diner talent is in use, as one can get the same effect by consuming a medium air resistance potion without the earth and poison resistance drawback and no source used

 

 

 

 
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    • Anonymous

      30 Jul 2020 10:05  

      Lol before talking sh*t test it yourself, dear theorycrafters. It doesn't work with flesh sacrifice and never did.

      • Anonymous

        11 Jun 2020 17:48  

        If your playing an undead character and use this it makes you immune to Electricity and since as an undead you inherently have 200 percent immunity to poison the only drawback would be slightly less healing and extra damage from earth spells

        • Anonymous

          30 May 2020 10:55  

          Elf, Jellyfish Skin then Flesh Sacrifice. 1SP 1AP affinity for Air Damage Spells without having to cast Rain or deviating from the spell line. To boot, you're immune to the effects at your feet when you've been depleted of magic armor.

          • Anonymous

            10 Apr 2020 17:38  

            Probably one of the safest ways to get elemental affinity for aerotheurge. If that is worth using a source point, I don't have the answer for that.

            • Anonymous

              04 Dec 2017 21:35  

              These skin skills are so useless, even with their bleedings. You are better off drinking an all-resistance potion or a specific one so you dont have any downsides too. If at least you could affect nearby enemies on a small area like some water voidwoken do(you get chilled nearby them) then it would be interesting.

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