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Traps

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Traps are explosive devices placed on the ground. They are useable by Protransers and types with some focus on ranged combat (Ranger, Fortegunner, Fighgunner, Guntecher, Acrofighter, Acrotecher). The Protranser gets a damage bonus when using traps, and is the only type capable of using the most powerful "EX" traps in the game. These items are a popular method of delivering potent status effects to enemies that would otherwise resist.

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Usage

Traps are held in the third pane of the inventory window with other consumables and are bound to the item palette. When selected however, they take up your currently wielded weapon. The primary attack button is used to plant traps. Regular traps explode after roughly two seconds while G traps remain indefinitely until detonated via the secondary attack button. Multiple G traps may be planted in which case using the detonator causes all set traps to explode simultaneously. Changing weaponry while traps are still out in play cause all active traps to be removed from the board without detonation, resulting in a lost trap. Regular traps are capable of affecting a single target only but tend to do larger initial damage but have weaker status effects. G traps can affect as many as four targets simultaneously with weaker base damage but stronger status effects. G traps are also capable of affecting multiple hit boxes on large monsters simultaneously, resulting in larger damage in such situations. Traps always hit if a target is caught within the area of effect, if the trap has a status effect tied to it, it will deliver it unerringly unless the enemy is completely immune. All traps are capable of charging the SUV bar.

Proficiencies

Trap HU RA FO FI GT WT FF FG FT PT AF AT FM GM MF
Damage Trap - O - O O - - O - O O O - - -
Burn Trap - O - O O - - O - O O - - - -
Freeze Trap - O - O O - - O - O - O - - -
Poison Trap - O - O O - - O - O O - - - -
Confusion Trap - - - O O - - O - O - O - - -
Sleep Trap - - - O O - - O - O - O - - -
Virus Trap - - - - - - - O - O O - - - -
Shock Trap - - - - - - - O - O - O - - -
Silence Trap - - - - - - - O - O - O - - -
Damage Trap G - O - O O - - O - O O O - - -
Burn Trap G - O - O O - - O - O O - - O -
Freeze Trap G - O - O O - - O - O - O O - -
Poison Trap G - O - O O - - O - O O - - O -
Confusion Trap G - - - O O - - O - O - O O - -
Sleep Trap G - - - O O - - O - O - O O - -
Virus Trap G - - - - - - - O - O O - - O -
Shock Trap G - - - - - - - O - O - O - - -
Silence Trap G - - - - - - - O - O - O - - -
Burn Trap EX - - - - - - - - - O - - - - -
Freeze Trap EX - - - - - - - - - O - - - - -
Stun Trap EX - - - - - - - - - O - - - - -

Damage

Protransers get a 50% boost to all the damage listed below. All trap damage is non-elemental and consistent regardless of resistances the target may have.

Standard Traps

Damage Trap

Initial Damage: 325 + 3 per Level

Virus Trap, Shock Trap, Silence Trap

Initial Damage: 282 + 2.7 per Level + SE Level 1

Burn Trap, Freeze Trap, Confusion Trap, Sleep Trap

Initial Damage: 238 + 2.4 per Level + SE Level 1

Poison Trap

Initial Damage: 238 + 2.4 per Level + SE Level 1 + wipeout

G Traps

Damage Trap G

Initial Damage: 198 + 2 per Level AoE + Blowout

Virus Trap G, Shock Trap G, Silence Trap G

Initial Damage: 178 + 1.8 per Level AoE + SE Level 3

Burn Trap G, Freeze Trap G, Confusion Trap G, Sleep Trap G

Initial Damage: 158 + 1.6 per Level AoE + SE Level 3

Poison Trap G

Initial Damage: 158 + 1.6 per Level AoE + SE Level 3 + wipeout

EX Traps

EX traps are a holdable trap which either ignites (Burn Trap EX), erupts into a frozen geyser (Freeze Trap EX) or stuns enemies (Stun Trap EX). available only to Protransers, these traps do little damage but affects for aproximately 10-15 seconds depending on your Protranser level, although little is known at the moment about EX traps the following information is based on the damages I've notice:

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Burn Trap EX:

Protranser lvl 1: ~10 seconds ~150 damage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

Protranser level 2: ~10 seconds ~155 damage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

Protranser level 3: ~15 seconds ~155 damage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

Protranser level 4: ~20 seconds ~160 damage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

Protranser level 5: ~20 seconds ~165 damaage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

Protranser level 6: ~20 seconds ~170 damage+40 damage(plus burn)per second

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Freeze Trap EX:

Protranser level 1: ~10 seconds ~160 damage(plus freeze)per second

Protranser level 2: ~13 seconds ~160 damage(plus freeze)per second

Protranser level 3: ~15 seconds ~160 damage(plus freeze)per second

Protranser level 4: ~16 seconds ~170 damage(plus freeze)per second

Protranser level 5: ~17 seconds ~180 damage(plus freeze)per second

Protranser level 6: ~20 seconds ~185 damage(plus freeze)per second

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Also worth noting: some EX traps become simple G traps when placed on an uneven surface or stepped on. Remember that EX traps are for enemies around the trap, not on it. The is a standard diameter for the range of the trap, only enemies in the given diameter may be trapped.

Traps

Rarity Name Limit Price Ver. Comments
1★ Damage Trap 10 50 Phantasy Star Universe --
2★ Burn Trap 10 75 Phantasy Star Universe --
Freeze Trap 10 60 Phantasy Star Universe --
Poison Trap 10 70 Phantasy Star Universe --
Confusion Trap 10 60 Phantasy Star Universe --
Sleep Trap 10 60 Phantasy Star Universe --
Virus Trap 10 80 Phantasy Star Universe --
Shock Trap 10 60 Phantasy Star Universe --
Silence Trap 10 60 Phantasy Star Universe --
Rarity Name Limit Price Ver. Comments
4★ Damage Trap G 5 300 Phantasy Star Universe --
De Ragan's Breath 30 30 Phantasy Star Universe Only available during the fireworks event.
5★ Burn Trap G 5 450 Phantasy Star Universe --
Freeze Trap G 5 350 Phantasy Star Universe --
Poison Trap G 5 400 Phantasy Star Universe --
Confusion Trap G 5 350 Phantasy Star Universe --
Sleep Trap G 5 350 Phantasy Star Universe --
Virus Trap G 5 500 Phantasy Star Universe --
Shock Trap G 5 350 Phantasy Star Universe --
Silence Trap G 5 350 Phantasy Star Universe --
6★ Fireworks 30 50 Ambition of the Illuminus Only available during the fireworks event.
Rarity Name Limit Price Ver. Comments
9★ Burn Trap EX 10 600 Phantasy Star Universe --
Freeze Trap EX 10 600 Phantasy Star Universe --
Stun Trap EX 10 600 Phantasy Star Universe --

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