Sacred 2:Tornado (D2F)

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Tornado.png Manipulating the great winds into a fearsome cyclone, the Druid sends this force of destruction into a throng of opponents, crushing into them and leaving devastation in its wake.

This is a Spell Damage Based Combat Art


Elemental_magic_aspect.png - Elemental Magic

Innate Abilities (Lvl 1) gtdmg.jpg


See also: Sacred 2:Combat Art Modifications
MODicons_12.gif Bronze
  • Storm Force - The Tornado deals more damage (20 + 10 physical damage per level).
  • Storm Zone - Tornado's area of effect increased (1.5 + 0.3 meters per level).

MODicons_10.gif Silver
  • Unleashed - Tornado deals damage more often (0.2 + 0.03 per level hits per second).
  • Tempest - Increased duration of the Tornado (5 + 0.3 seconds per level).

MODicons_08.gif Gold
  • Disarm - Knocks the weapons from opponents' hands, disarming them for a few seconds.
  • Critical - Increased chance for critical hits (20% + 1.0% per level).

Skills and Attributes

The following skills will affect this combat art:

  • Combat Discipline - will increase the damage of this combat art and lower its regeneration time if it is placed in a combo.

The following attributes will affect this combat art:

  • Stamina will lower regeneration time.

Usage Strategies

  • The tornado generally follows enemies, but slowly. It is best to move the character around it as needed, keeping enemies in its area-of-effect while using other attacks.
  • Alternatively, just cast it and forget it, letting it cause mayhem while the Druid uses other spells.
  • The Tempest silver mod will allow two Tornados active at once, and at very high levels if the cooldown+regen can brought to under 10s then 3 may be active at once.
  • If using Hurricane (which disarms enemies by default) then the gold mod Disarm may be redundant and therefore Critical would be a better choice.

Pros and Cons


  • Seeks targets
  • Wide area of effect
  • Long duration


  • Irregular movements, slow
  • Long cooldown


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