What's the formula of weapon damage? (in General)
February 2 2012 6:50 PM EST
I'd like to know how much the base damage is important.
February 2 2012 6:52 PM EST
if its the same as melee weapons its ^2
so 6x6=36, 5x5=25, i could be wrong though
February 2 2012 7:07 PM EST
I have found that the MSB does about 66% (2/3) the damage of the ELB.
This is just anecdotal and I have no formula to prove this.
February 2 2012 7:08 PM EST
Ok, I see, thank you.
So I guess the (x) multiply that number.
Do you also know how str works?
February 2 2012 7:35 PM EST
A 4x in strength increases damage by 2. Assuming the weapon x is constant.
February 2 2012 7:42 PM EST
sqrt(dST) = dDamage
Same for X, damage increases by sqrt of the change.
February 2 2012 8:34 PM EST
am I or am I not correct about the base damage though? I've been going by that cus thats what i was told.
February 2 2012 8:36 PM EST
looks about right since 25/36 is around 69.4% which is consistent with Ranger's anecdotal percentage.
February 2 2012 11:15 PM EST
Yes L3g0 that is right.
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