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Endless Night

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Endless Night

Thief icon small.png Thief (skill list)
Specter icon small.png Specter
Off hand pistol
Weapon slot empty tango.pngWeapon slot empty tango.pngWeapon slot filled tango.pngWeapon slot empty tango.pngWeapon slot empty tango.png
Dual Wield
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3 Initiative  20.25¼ Activation time  

Dual Wield. Fire a beam that hinders foes and helps allies.

 Skill fact text only icon.pngEnemy target: Deal damage and inflict conditions.
 Damage.png Damage: 121 (0.33)?
 Slow.png Slow (10.5½s): Skills and actions are slower.
 Slow.png Slow (0.5½s): Skills and actions are slower.
 Torment.png Torment (6s): 132 Damage, 191 Damage if Foe Is Stationary
 Miscellaneous effect.png Number of Hits: 7
 Skill fact text only icon.pngAlly target: Grant your target barrier and boons.
 Barrier.png Barrier: 645 (0.22)?
 Regeneration.png Regen (3s): 390 Heal
 Regeneration.png Regen (1s): 130 Heal
 Quickness.png Quickness (0.5½s): Skills and actions are faster.
 Miscellaneous effect.png Number of Impacts: 7
 Number of targets.png Number of Targets: 1
 Range.png Range: 900

— In-game description

Related traits[edit]

Deadly Arts Deadly Arts

Acrobatics Acrobatics

Specter Specter


  • Fires a beam in a line that affects one allied target or up to 3 enemy targets it passes through, depending on your selected target.
    • It will not affect allies if you start the cast on an enemy or vice versa.
    • The selected target will always be affected by the beam. Then, if it the cast is on an enemy, the first two pierced targets either closest to the player or behind the selected target are also affected. (Despite appearances, the beam extends invisibly beyond its target destination, upon which it pivots.)
  • The player is made to face the target throughout the casting, but forcing one's self to face away by running will cancel it at the next tick.

Version history[edit]

For a detailed skill history, see here.

Patch Changes
February 28, 2022 End of Dragons release:
  • Endless Night has been added to the game.
  • (Undocumented) Reduced quickness duration from 1.5 to 0.5 seconds in PvE.
November 30, 2021
  • Endless Night was available during the End of Dragons Beta Event 4.
  • The number of targets this ability affects has been reduced from 3 to 1. Slow and Quickness application has been reduced from 2 to 1.5 seconds. Fixed a bug that caused the targeted ally to not be affected when attempting to fire through multiple allies.
October 26, 2021