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Poison Strike
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Information
Type Air Strike
Range Can hit anything in open-air
Damage 10 HP/Missile
Additional effects Poisoning worms
Appears in Worms 2: Armageddon and Worms Reloaded.
Affected by
Gravity
Yes
Wind
No
Electromagnets
Yes

The Poison Strike weapon first appeared in Worms 2: Armageddon. It is also available in its extended port, Worms: Reloaded. This weapon is basically the same weapon as Air Strike, except that it releases poison in stead of blast damage, and does not create holes in the ground from where the missiles hit.

Description

Working in the same manner as the Air Strike, it will create a poison gas cloud around the area where it hits, poisoning any worms caught in its area of effect and inflicting a small amount of damage each turn. The gas is not affected by wind, since it disappears just after the rockets explode.

Tactics

  • Use Poison Strike when enemy worms are close to each other in open maps to poison as many as possible.
  • Along with the other air weapons, the Poison Strike is unavailable in cave maps.
Poison strike

Poison Strike in Worms:Reloaded

See also


3rd Generation Weapons
BazookaGrenadeNinja RopeFire PunchDynamiteMineBlow TorchWorshipAir StrikeBunker BusterHoming MissileCluster BombJet PackBaseball BatSheepSuper SheepPneumatic DrillMarked For DeathNapalm StrikeSuper Bunker BusterShotgunPetrol BombParachuteDragon BallSentry GunElectro MagnetGirderInvisibilityStealPoison StrikeEarthquakeUziHoly Hand GrenadeTeleportProdConcrete DonkeyBuffalo of LiesBridge KitLightning StrikeArmageddonGas PumpBanana BombEmergency TeleportKamikazeTermitesFerretsSkip GoSurrenderNavbox 3rd Gen
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