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Grief Question/Problem

Discussion in 'Barbarian' started by JME, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. JME

    JME IncGamers Member

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    Grief Question/Problem

    I just made a Grief zerker axe and when I replaced my crappy unique with it, I noticed my damage went DOWN on my character stat screen. The runeword worked but the stats for the weapon damage did not change (I got the 40 ias :) but the 340 dmg :( increase. The question is, why ISNT this adding to the damage on the stat screen making it appear I'm doing even less damage.
     
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    Halciet IncGamers Member

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    It IS adding the damage, it just doesn't appear on the stat screen because of the way the client handles +damage as compared to +% enhanced damage.

    Go fight with it and you will see.

    -Hal
     
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    JME IncGamers Member

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    Thanks for quick reply, do you have a good link where I can find out EXACTLY how much damage I do then. I suppose I'm being picky, and I can truely believe and see that it does more damage, I would just like to know about how I'm doing.
     
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    Halciet IncGamers Member

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    I don't know of a link offhand, though you'd just need to take the weapon base damage, add the +damage, and multiply it by the enhanced damage %, then add that back to the original damage.

    -Hal
     
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    On the same note, I heard if you wear travs it then shows you the real grief damage in the character screen. Anyone know if this is true?
     

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