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In Final Fantasy XI Online, we use a skillchain called ... then, would be something that causes this liquefaction to occur.

But liqufaction isn't fire. It's "becoming a liquid", and a "liquifacient" would be something that causes liqufaction, not something that causes fire. Games use al sorts of words loosely at best and incorrewctly at worst.

I thought maybe he was writing a fictional or fantasy story, and the context of liquefaction does turn the monster into liquid.. liquid fire. In the game, the effect of fire is added by combining the proper elements. So if the original poster wanted to use that concept, s/he could combine liquefaction with some other effect or magical power to turn enemies into liquid fire.

Damaeus - Damon M.
Other than immolation... Is there one?

In Final Fantasy XI Online, we use a skillchain called "Liquefaction" to turn our enemies into liquid fire. A "liquefacient", then, would be something that causes this liquefaction to occur.

Whenas in silks my Julia goes
Then, then (methinks) how sweetly flows
That liquefaction of her clothes.
Next, when I cast mine eyes and see
That brave vibration each way free;
Oh how that glittering taketh me!
Robert Herrick.

Ray
UK
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