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Discrepancies in Skellie damage?

Discussion in 'Necromancer' started by Pom Shadd, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. Pom Shadd

    Pom Shadd IncGamers Member

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    Discrepancies in Skellie damage?

    Hi

    I was just playing my lvl 27 HC SP skellemancer, and noticed a discrepancy in the displayed skeletons' damage:

    When you highlight the skill button in the skill book (in the summoning tree), my skill (specifically), is listed at slvl 12, Skeleton Damage: 34-35, defense=etc, attack=etc, mana cost=etc....

    When I select the raise skeleton as my Right-click skill, and highlight the active-skill button in the bottom right corner of the screen, It reads: slvl 12, skeleton damage 30-32.

    I don't do anything obvious like switch weapons between checking the two skill buttons.

    Here are some screens:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v697/gwerl2/Screenshot001.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v697/gwerl2/Screenshot002.jpg

    This seems kind of buggy to me, and I was wondering if you other skellymancers have ever noticed this. Does anyone know what damage i should be expecting my skeletons to be doing? Thanks for your help guys and gals.
     
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    ALWAYS use this one:

    http://tph.tuwien.ac.at/~gottwald/necro_pet_calculator.html



     
  3. Pom Shadd

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    well i calculated it out, and with my 15 skelies and all the other stuff addint to it, it came up with about 16k for me, and if i wanna add amp damage, would i multiply this number by 2? cuz that brought me up around 33k, before i added my (average)mage damage.



     
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    It depends on the monster's physical resist.

    If monster has 0%, Amp lowers to -100%. 16k will effectively become 32k.
    If monster has 50%, Amp lowers to -50%. 16k will effectively become 24K.

    Mages are also subject to resists. Each monster has different physical and elemental and magic resistances and immunities. Factor them in accordingly.
     

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