When afflicted by Torpor, the character's movement, spellcasting and attacks are slowed to a crawl. Even falling is slowed.
Torpor can be inflicted by the spell Lassitude, the Assassin skill Blunting Arrow, the Jewel of Time and by Rusted Weapons enhanced to 3 stars or higher. It can be self inflicted by consuming Rotten Ambrosial Meat, Rotten Grandgrapes, Cerulean Concoction or Violet Concoction.
Equipment with Torpor Resistance
|Master Ring||71 to 90%|
|Preceptor Ring||41 to 60%|
|Virtuoso Ring||11 to 30%|
- List of Armor and Clothing Sets with Torpor resistance
- List of Head Armor with Torpor resistance
- List of Torso Armor with Torpor resistance
- List of Leg Armor with Torpor resistance
- List of Arms Armor with Torpor resistance
- List of Leg Clothing with Torpor resistance
- List of Chest Clothing with Torpor resistance
- List of Cloaks with Torpor resistance
- Torpor is one of the most useful Debilitations in the game, capable of giving the Arisen a significant speed advantage.
- glitch - the change in speed may cause follow up strikes of skills to miss - eg Toss and Trigger will generally miss with the powder blast on a torpored enemy
- Attacks, skills and spells that do not inflict torpor on the first strike may inflict torpor on successive strikes - if a creature is not immune to torpor it can be debilitated with enough strikes.
- Griffins, Cockatrices, Eye creatures, Ghosts, Sulfur Saurians, Living Armor, Death, The Dragon (Grigori), The Ur-Dragon and Daimon's Second Form are immune.
- Once successfully inflicted, Torpor will last for 25 seconds.
- The infliction of Torpor by rusted weaponry is likely a reference to the real world disease tetanus, which is often associated with rusty metal objects such as nails.