Quick evasion question (in General)
September 29 2010 12:39 AM EDT
Do I need to train dex equal to my trained evasion plus the range multiplier in order for it be at full effectiveness?
September 29 2010 12:41 AM EDT
I would hope not, that would be a ton of extra DX. I can't imagine it being worthwhile even if that were the case.
September 29 2010 12:46 AM EDT
Ah good...then its not so bad to have a small one to ward off an extra hit in a round :)
You don't have a tank so it is more efficient to just train pure evasion rather than both dex and evasion. Especially if you are junctioning it over. 1 mil levels of evasion is 600k levels with no dex. 600k levels of evasion and 600k dex is 1.2 mil levels total for the same effect.
September 29 2010 5:39 AM EDT
I was just going to do up to 50 effect just to get my familiar through an extra round against a couple people farming me. Although I guess you are right there wouldn't be much point in throwing in the def dex on there as well since 150k dex really wouldn't make any difference :)
September 29 2010 6:40 AM EDT
better to just train Evasion than evasion + DX when you want the 50 effect. More experience economical.
But then you forget that the Dex also reduces Dex based chances to hit... so it is good in some cases to train both Dex and Evasion
That really only happens when you invest heavily in evasion draco. For something as small as 50 evasion effect it isn't worth it.
September 29 2010 11:08 AM EDT
Wait, if I invest heavily into Evasion then I should indeed train DEX? And how does RoBF's evasion fit into how much DEX I need? On one of my minions I have both a RoBF and am only training evasion on it, how would I determine how much DEX I should have?
RoBF evasion is not penalized by not having dex.
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