Of all the ways to power up Pals in , one of the most transformative is one that isn't intended at all. As an early access title, currently has its fair share of bugs and glitches. Most of these are more frustrating than anything else, but it's not impossible to run into a glitch that can actually be of benefit in the right situation. Without the ability to have any stable control over it, however, putting it to its best use isn't an easy task for even the most adept players.
A common prerequisite for running into one of 's most interesting glitches can be finding a Lucky Pal in the wild, which would best be described as the game's equivalent to a Shiny Pokémon. Unlike Shinies, however, Lucky Pals have special moves that can be hard to acquire through other methods. Random Skill Fruits from Skill Fruit Trees is another possible way to obtain rare skills. Once a Pal with a unique ability has been acquired, breeding and a bit of luck can pass it on to other Pals.
Ignis Rage is a generally useful skill that can be found on Lucky Pals, but a bug can make it much more powerful than comparable attacks. Reddit user truht showcases this effect in a clip of a Blazehowl Noct Fusion Pal annihilating a high-level Wumpo Botan, where the explosive fire effect caused by Ignis Rage blows up in a far wider radius than intended.
The glitched version of Ignis Rage isn't pretty for the frame rate, but it's hard to deny the sheer impact and style of taking out an enemy with such a bang.
Making use of this powerful Ignis Rage glitch might seem tempting, but the lack of any ability to manage when it might go off makes it hard to successfully employ. There's no way to rely on an effect that isn't going to trigger most of the time, and if it happens when least expected, it could deal serious destruction to surrounding structures. Computers that are already struggling to run are also likely to slow to a nearly complete stop thanks to the scale of the effect, so it's possible that equippingRead more on screenrant.com