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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

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Punishment
Icon Image: Punishment.jpg
Class Sacrier
Level 60
Element Neutral
Type Damage
Official description Punishment inflicts Neutral-type damage on an enemy. The damage inflicted depends on the caster's HP.

Spell Information

For the Bloody Koalak-cast spell, see Punishment (monster).

Also cast by

Spell Properties

Linear Line of Sight Free Squares Boost Range Fatal


Spell Characteristics

Caution: Monsters' elemental/neutral damage is modified by their statistics, which are in majority unknown.

Lvl Effect Crit AP Ra Critical Casts per Cd Caster
level
Hit Fail Tgt Trn
1 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 5 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6 60
2 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 5 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 5 60
3 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 5 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 4 60
4 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 5 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 3 60
5 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 5 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 2 60
6 Damage: 30% of the attacker's life Neutral Damage: 35% of the attacker's life Neutral 4 1-1 1/50 1/100 - - 2 160

Notes

This spell inflicts neutral damage on your enemy based on a percentage (30%) of the caster's total HP. On a critical hit, this spell deals damage based on a higher percentage (35%).

Though the spell deals neutral damage, it is not boosted by Strength. Furthermore, percent damage increase nor +damage effects do not increase Punishment's damage output. Damage output is entirely dependent on the caster's total HP.

Damage calculation now reflects a symmetrical bell curve with a peak at 50% HP, as shown here. A reference table is provided here. Both sources are from Ankama.

The exact formula is:

math

Described in this Ankama changelog. The formatting used by SmilyCelly causes confusion due to incorrect division and multiplication order, but the described formula on Wikia now matches up with the reference table provided by Ankama.

Where %max is 30% on a normal hit and 35% on a critical; MaxLife is the max HP of the Sacrier at the time; %life is what percentage of the Sacrier's healthbar is full at the time of casting. These variables should be expressed in decimal form during calculation.

This spell is best used in tandem with Vital Punishment. Vital Punishment let's the Sacrier attempt to stay at 50% HP, or close to it, for as long as possible to deal maximum Punishment damage.


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EverQuest II Alternate Advancement Information
AAs » Inquisitor AAs » Inquisitor's Punishments line
Punishment Rank (*/1)
Punishments 1 point
Requires 20 points in Punishments
 
For each punishment spell that triggers on an enemy, that enemy's hate increases towards their current target. Image:Icon Punishment.jpg
 
Passive Spell
 
Effects:
  • Increases hate whenever a Punishment spell triggers an effect.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Punishment may refer to:


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Consequences for abuse article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Due to a recent update by Jagex, the information in this article may be out-of-date. You can help to improve this article by updating the information.

The Consequences for abuse (more commonly called Punishment) refer collectively to the actions that Jagex may take against players who violate the Rules of RuneScape in the game or the Code of Conduct in the RuneScape Forums.

Black marks

Main article: Black marks
The number of black marks associated with an account ranges from 0 to 10.

Black marks were a disciplinary measure used by Customer Support to track the offenses of a player. When a certain number was reached, the player could be muted or permanently banned.

Players could track the number of black marks on their account by clicking "Appeal an Offence/Ban" in the account recovery section of the website, though they cannot appeal a Legacy punishment.

Mute

Main article: Mute

A mute is a form of punishment given out by in-game Player moderators, in-game Jagex moderators, and Customer Support to those who are guilty of breaching the Rules of Conduct. Mutes given out by player moderators last 48 hours, long enough for Jagex's Customer Support team to investigate the situation. A muted player will not be able to talk in-game or on the forums, however, they can still play the game as usual and trade with other players. Muted players usually communicate with others by using emotes, Quick Chat or external forms of communication.

Ban

Main article: Ban
The ban notification screen for a forum ban.

Game bans restrict players from access to their accounts, usually for violating one of the Rules of Conduct. If the player appeals their ban, it may be accepted, either restoring the account completely or with a permanent mute.

Bans from the RuneScape Forums are for essentially similar reasons to those in-game; however, they also include flaming and spamming. If a player is muted or banned from the game, they are also automatically banned from the forums.


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Banishment article)

From TibiaWiki

If you have violated the Tibia Rules you will most likely get a banishment. Banishments can last seven, fifteen or thirty days, depending on the rule broken and previous banishments. The banishment makes you unable to log in to any character of your account and post in the forum. You can't bid on houses and you can't edit your character description.
If you think your banishment is unfair and it is imposed by a regular Gamemaster you can complain about it by using the complain function in your account page.
Apart from the regular banishment, there are other kinds of punishment on Tibia:


An example of a banishment that has expired:
Image:Banishment.GIF


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