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  • wanted: att/stam monsterdmg graph

    Hello,

    I can't find an answer on my question so perhaps any of the pro's here can help me.

    Has anyone already determined the damage spread when attacking monster between attack points and stamina.

    f.e. does 100 stam hit with 1000 attack do more damage to a monster than a 200stam hit with 800 attack.

    I ask this because a lot of ppl will speculate and try to convince the other that stamina or attack is best but without decent proof its just words so has there been any research done already and if yes where can i find it because google doesnt help me a lot here :-).
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      thx mr pink, i asked if i could become a member and i'm curious to find an answer to my question
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      • #4
        Originally posted by ajoin007 View Post
        Hello,

        I can't find an answer on my question so perhaps any of the pro's here can help me.

        Has anyone already determined the damage spread when attacking monster between attack points and stamina.

        f.e. does 100 stam hit with 1000 attack do more damage to a monster than a 200stam hit with 800 attack.

        I ask this because a lot of ppl will speculate and try to convince the other that stamina or attack is best but without decent proof its just words so has there been any research done already and if yes where can i find it because google doesnt help me a lot here :-).
        Monster damage formula has been worked out more than once I think. Found thread started by Wollknنuel in late '11 (ie. near the end of Divine arc):
        Hunt for the monster damage formula

        But I'm quite certain that wasn't the only thread where it's been looked into.

        General form for damage per stamina is something like:
        d=d₀*ln(MAX(Ac-Dm;dc))+d₁*Aeq+d₂*Agen
        where
        d = damage per stamina
        d₀, d₁, d₂ are damage constants
        Ac is character attack stat (incl. modifiers)
        Dm is monster defense stat
        dc is minimum damage scaling constant
        Aeq is equipment attack sum
        Agen is general attack stat

        I wouldn't be surprised if eg. d₀=d₁=d₂ or alike simplifications could be done. Also, it's entirely possible that the actual damage formula is expressed differently in the code with formula above being just good approximation.
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        • #5
          hi I have questions, I saw someone can do 300,000,000 dmg when fight urmek or agamemnon. I just wondering how much his stamina? is he cheating? because my friend he just 1100stamina only get 20,000,000 dmg.
          thank you

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            The legal way to do that is to buy lots of Favor Points and spend them on stamina refills.
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            • #7
              Hi, I was hoping someone could give me some advice. What is/are the best stat(s) to invest in if I want to be pure monster hunter?

              Also, how do I create my own thread? It says 'You may not post new threads'... I also can't open links, so some of the treads that have links to helpful guides don't work for me either

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mellow View Post
                Hi, I was hoping someone could give me some advice. What is/are the best stat(s) to invest in if I want to be pure monster hunter?
                Stamina and energy. For monster hunting you'll need limited amount of attack and defense (I would recommend 400 or so for divine bosses, then completing festival feats thus 731 for multitarget monsters) and no health.

                I generally recommend E=S to E=3*S ratio for energy to stamina. Because you'll need energy both for monsters and to quest.
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                Elandal [FIN] ΛĢ 8218DD

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by leafs View Post
                  hi I have questions, I saw someone can do 300,000,000 dmg when fight urmek or agamemnon. I just wondering how much his stamina? is he cheating? because my friend he just 1100stamina only get 20,000,000 dmg.
                  thank you
                  It's worth noting that after 34M on Aga and around 11.3M on Urmek you already have the best loot drops you're going to get. Anything more than that was done either to guarantee the monster's death - for essence farming (meaning he/she is just using the monster as a stam dump to convert it to essence - total damage not important), or pure ego. Beyond those points, the extra damage is meaningless. Don't get too envious.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks a bunch Elandal, I'll work towards that!

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