April 01, 2013, 23:42:09 |
Quote (Kokonaut @ 01 April 2013 21:22)
You guys are crazy, haha.
Damage Done from Behind Mod = Final damage modifier. Having 50 of this will increase the backstab modifier from +30% final damage to +45% final damage. Having 100 of this will increase it to +60% final damage.
Critical Hit Damage Mod = Elemental damage additive modifier. Having 50 of this will increase your elemental damage mastery by +50% when you score a critical hit. Having 100 of this will increase your elementary damage mastery by +100% when you score a critical hit. This bonus only applies to the one attack that scored a critical hit and does not accumalate through your turn (though can process as many times as you score a critical hit).
Backstab Resistance Mod = The polar opposite of Damage Done from Behind Mod. Having 50 of this will decrease the damage of an incoming attack when being struck from behind. The amount it decreases it by has to do with the attack's base damage attack, as you're reducing their +30% final damage modifier. Having 100 of this, for example, will reduce the bonus final damage an enemy receives when striking you from behind from 30% to 15%. If they have Damage Done from Behind Mod on their gear it directly cancels out Backstab Resistance Mod.
Critical Hit Resistance Mod = The polar opposite of Critical Hit Damage Mod. Having 50 of this will decrease the damage from an incoming critical hit damage. The amount it decreases it by has to do with the attack's base damage, as you're reducing the target's elemental damage mastery by an amount every time they score a critical hit on you. Having 50 of this will decrease an enemy damage for example, from 400% damage to 350% damage when they score a critical hit on you. If they have Critical Hit Damage Mod on their gear it directly cancels out Critical Hit Resistance Mod.
I think you guys have the right idea but because of the way you're all wording it, you're all misinterpreting one another.
And you are nub!
Damage done from Behind has not to deal with Backstab bonus.
Backstab Bonus: You can take it hitting from back and you gain +33% of total damage increased.
(Example: Your damage done is 100, hitting from back you will deal with 130~135 damage.)
Damage done from Behind: You can take it from Sram Passive, Sram Initiative bonus or from items, you gain a bonus in %damage that will be sum to your current %damage.
Example: 400% Air Damage and 100% Damage done from Behind, so if you hit from back you will have 500% Air Damage)
- Calco first your percentage damage bonus with your damage done from behind too.
- add 100% to your final percentage damage bonus.
- subtract the resistance% of the mob/enemy
- multiplies for 1,3 (backstab bonus if you hit from back)
400% Air Damage bonus
73% Damage done from behind bonus
80% Air Resistance
Total damage = (400 + 73 + 100 - 80) x 1,3 = 640% Air Damage..
Just taking a random base damage from a spell ( my trauma = 85 ) :
Final trauma damage : 85 x 640 / 100 = 544
~ Old Kahiiji