ok, he's a n00bish question.
from common sense, we know that if you come across a "fire" imp, a water/ice based spell is going to do the most damage against it, and like wise, a fire based spelled against an "ice" imp will do the most.
since fire and water are opposites, is it safe to assume air and earth are the same?
i assume an air/lightning based attack against a stone elemental will do more damage than a fire or water based spell... and an earth based spelled also would do the most against a lightning drake? (lightning draking is the only air/lightning based mob i can think of right now, whether it is actually, i'm not sure). but i'm sure you get what i mean...
fire does the most against water and vice versa
earth does the most against air and vice versa??
or maybe it's a wierd chain of damage...like
fire does the most against ice, ice does the most against air, air does the most agaist earth, earth does the most agaist fire ??