>character is wet
>use lightning/electric attack
y tho? I understand the one in Bioshock where electrocuting the water puddle electrocutes everyone touching the puddle because it conducts towards them, but why would you get more shocked if you're wet if the electricity is already going towards you anyway?
I didn't finish high school
The electricity would go through your body finding whichever path is the fastest to the ground but when covered in water it would burn your skin
??? I guess I don't know science I'm american.
Wait a minute
I remember that electro thingy where your hair stands up when you touch it
So if I'm flying and I get electricized, does that mean I don't get hurt because there's no ground?
P=IV=V^2/R where I is a current, V is a voltage difference, R is an electrical resistance, and power dissipated P indicates how much your body heats up or is otherwise damaged by the electrocution. Wet skin has less resistance than dry skin, meaning that R is smaller and P is bigger. For more detail look it up
IF IGHTING HITS YOU IN THE AIR YOURE FINE?