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Trisagion

Trisagion

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Damage down. Tears are replaced with piercing white blasts of light that can damage the same enemy multiple times.

Quote

"Smite thy enemy"

Effects

  • Tears are replaced with piercing white blasts of light.
    • Blasts deal 33% of the regular tear damage but can hit the same enemy multiple times.
    • Blasts decrease in size until dissapearing
      • Blasts decrease in size faster when passing throughout obstacles, halving the blast range

Synergies

  • 8 Inch Nails
    - Adds knockback to blasts, which can not only significantly repel enemies when used correctly, it can deal a high amount of damage to enemies unable to escape the knockback. Further adds knockback, which could potentially make it harder to effectively use. Untested.
  • Blister
    - Adds knockback to blasts, which can not only significantly repel enemies when used correctly, it can deal a high amount of damage to enemies unable to escape the knockback. Further adds knockback, which could potentially make it harder to effectively use. Untested.
  • Pisces
    - Adds knockback to blasts, which can not only significantly repel enemies when used correctly, it can deal a high amount of damage to enemies unable to escape the knockback. Further adds knockback, which could potentially make it harder to effectively use. Untested.
  • Chocolate Milk
    - Fully charged Trisagion blasts deal 4 times more damage, exceeding Isaac's tear damage.
  • Evil Eye
    - Eyes will fire beams. Occasionally causes Trisagion beams to stay static in the air for a few seconds, dealing damage to enemies that come in contact with them.
  • Godhead
    - Although the damaging aura isn't visible, it still exists and is not affected by Trisagion's damage reduction.
  • Haemolacria
    - Both Trisagion and Haemolacria fire at the same time, Haemolacria does not keep spectral tears despite its tears sprite change but the arced tear keeps piercing.
  • Ipecac
    - Beams will now travel through obstacles and maintain their piercing effect dealing 33% of regular damage to enemies they come in contact with, but won't explode on hit. The Ipecac explosion will happen once the beam runs out of range or hits a wall and will deal damage equal to Isaac's damage. Keeps Ipecac's stats but shoots a constantly exploding Trisagion beam. There is no way to avoid being hit from the explosion, since the shot immediately explodes.
  • The Ludovico Technique
    - The beam becomes controllable, still dealing reduced damage but at a very high rate.
  • My Reflection
    - In addition to the usual effect, lengthens the Trisagion blasts into short flexible beams for a much larger damage-dealing area.
  • Mysterious Liquid
    - Causes a large trail of creep. The effect stacks, which causes heavy damage (even to Hush).
  • Proptosis
    - Base damage is doubled and beam damage is boosted to about 65%. Blasts lose no power as they travel further, though the tips of the blasts deal very slightly less damage.

Found in

  • Angel Room
  • Angel Room (Greed Mode)
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