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    Stat scaling specifics

    Post by Aznul on Thu Nov 15, 2012 6:24 pm

    I realize that weapons with a letter under "parameter bonuses" scale with that stat by a ratio based on the letter, and that the closer to A it is the better it is(except for S which is the highest). But does anyone know the actual ratios connected to the letters? Also, are the ratios different for different stats? (For example does S int scaling have a different ratio than S strength scaling)


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    Re: Stat scaling specifics

    Post by ublug on Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:51 pm

    An 'A' (or any of the other latters) is just a range, C is 50 -> 80, B is 80 -> 100, A is 100 -> 140, S is 140+. The numbers are percentages added to the base damage of the weapon according to your stats. A weapon with high base damage and a 'B' rating will often be superior to a weapon with low base damage and an 'A' rating. Weapons that have two stats towards the same damage type (str+dex) have higher scaling since 'CC--' can have the same scaling as a weapon with '-A--'.
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    Re: Stat scaling specifics

    Post by Buggy Virus on Thu Nov 15, 2012 11:00 pm

    The exact numbers and equations are foggy, and two A rating weapons may actually have different scaling.

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