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#1 3350160116140731193

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Posted 09 October 2018 - 02:20 AM

I have a question about Rouge skills, Deadly Blow and Crescent Moon.

 

According to the instructions of skill tree, Deadly Blow Lv2 gives 190% + 7% * combo points(5 points maximum) to enemies.

 

So if I get 5 combo points, I can deal 190 + 35 = 225% of physical damage. (Is it right?)

 

On the other hand, Crescent Moon Lv10 tells it deals 380% of physical damage.

 

However, when I use these two skills to enemies, Deadly Blow Lv2 always deals about 5,000 ~ 12,000 more than Crescent Moon.

 

Both damages are based on same physical attack.

 

Can anybody teach me why it is like that?


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Posted 10 October 2018 - 12:46 PM

Certainly. The skill description for this skill is incorrect. Deadly Blow actually adds 70% instead of 7%, meaning it has a 540% total multiplier when used with max combo points.

As a side note, skills actually don't use the Physical Attack stat directly. The number used for the skill multiplier is what we call Physical Skill Effect and is calculated as follows:

(Average Weapon Min/Max + Refinement bonuses + 9.5% of your Attack Power) * Multipliers.

 


Edited by Arbalist, 10 October 2018 - 12:56 PM.

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 06:17 AM

Certainly. The skill description for this skill is incorrect. Deadly Blow actually adds 70% instead of 7%, meaning it has a 540% total multiplier when used with max combo points.

As a side note, skills actually don't use the Physical Attack stat directly. The number used for the skill multiplier is what we call Physical Skill Effect and is calculated as follows:

(Average Weapon Min/Max + Refinement bonuses + 9.5% of your Attack Power) * Multipliers.

 

 

A-ha.. Now it makes sense.. My head and eyes were not wrong..

 

I've been played this game for a long time, but I realized this now. How fool...

 

Thank you for sharing this information.


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