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How do I change the damage type of Flames of Devotion?

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Preface: I am quite new to POE2 modding, so please bear with me if the triviality of my question is painful for you. :)


As the thread title indicates, I am trying to change the damage type of Flames of Devotion from Fire to Shock. (Should probably rename the ability into 'Shocking Devotion' as well, but that is for another day). So what I have been trying:



		"$type": "Game.GameData.StatusEffectGameData, Assembly-CSharp",
		"DebugName": "Flames_of_Devotion_SEBurnDamage",
		"ID": "11c7254e-247c-402b-895c-c8d1795b5702",
		"Components": [{
			"$type": "Game.GameData.StatusEffectComponent, Assembly-CSharp",
			"StatusEffectType": "BonusDamageProc",
			"OverrideDescriptionString": -1,
			"UseStatusEffectValueAs": "None",
			"BaseValue": 0.3,
			"DynamicValue": {
				"Stat": "None",
				"SkillDataID": "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000",
				"ClassID": "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000",
				"MultiplyBy": 1,
				"Operator": "Add"
			"KeywordsIDs": ["f0dbb330-1b06-4175-8ce4-efe790b99213"],
			"DurationType": "OneHitUse",



I did try to replace the


                        "KeywordsIDs": ["f0dbb330-1b06-4175-8ce4-efe790b99213"],
which seems to be the id for fire damage, with


			"KeywordsIDs": ["9c7d6f36-50ff-4b08-a528-74789abe0599"],
which should be the id for shock damage. Alas it does not work as expected.


What am I doing wrong?

Edited by Jurugu
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Keyword IDs, that’s just for the words like, fire, elements, etc. taht are tied to items that increase items or abilities of those keywords, wouldn’t change the type. There must be a way to change it if you go to the abilities game data bundle, find flames of devotion, then go to the Attack ID the ability is using. Search it up in the Attack game data bundle file and change it from there.

"People fear, not death, but having life taken from them. Many waste the life given to them, occupying themselves with things that do not matter. When the end comes, they say they did not have time enough to spend with loved ones, to fulfill dreams, to go on adventures they only talked about... But why should you fear death if you are happy with the life you have led, if you can look back on everything and say, 'Yes, I am content. It is enough.'" ~Wynne, Dragon age Origins

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