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  • BJgobbleDix
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    I'm about 150 hours into the game and for awhile it seemed to me that Miasma and Battlefield Cremation were not properly spreading to nearby enemies. The enemies had to literally stand RIGHT on top of the body that was infected or burning--which was odd since poison left an obvious green gas and enemies could just run through this unaffected unless they ran directly over the body...and even then I've seen them not get infected.

    I watched someone's video just recently (they posted it 2 months ago) and noticed that this was not the case for them and they were earlier on into the game compared to me. The elements were properly spreading to nearby enemies that were a few feet away (poison seemed to be even more so). Definitely not the case for me. It seriously seems like the AoE is diminishing as I get further into the game.

    This also coincides with the perks that drop Poison/Fire Bombs after a Heavy Finisher--Spinning Death has one of these perks. When I first got these perks, they seemed quite effective and worked well with next to no issues--Hell they were actually my favorite perks. But maybe 100 hours later, they deal damage maybe 10% to 20% of the time they proc if I'm lucky....yeah its really REALLY bad. I'll even proc the explosions RIGHT on top of enemies when I slam them to the ground and still no Fire or Poison damage is received by the enemy.

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