Soul, Strenght or %crit damaged? who is better for you?

  • This is a little research that I do to clarify some questions I had about, what would be better for my pj to cause more damage?



    However, I think the information can be quite useful to any of you to use this data to apply it to your characters and can make the most of it.


    Firts of all, the critical% is based on the total damage that you are going to do, instead the soul or the str, are more like the base damage that you will do and that, of course, affects your critical damage, however.


    For pj that have a lot of damage, the critical% is better, since the critical base damage is high and increased by x% will greatly increase this.


    But for the pj with moderate power it is better to put them Soul or STR, since, as their base damage is medium-low, if they put him% crit would not increase much.


    Example:



    1 kame = 3,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 6,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20 Soul (40E.dmg = 200-300) = 3,200-3,300 = 6,400 - 6,800 damage



    1 kame crit + 40 Soul (80E.dmg = 400 - 500) = 3,400 - 3,500 = 6,800 - 7,000 damage



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    1 kame = 3,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 6,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20% = 6,000 + (3,000 * 0.20 = 600) = 6,600 damage



    1 kame crit + 40% = 6,000 + (3,000 * 0.40 = 1,200) = 7,200 damage



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    1 kame = 4,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 8,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20 Soul (40E.dmg = 200-300) = 4,200-4,300 = 8,400 - 8,800 damage



    1 kame crit + 40 Soul (80E.dmg = 400 - 500) = 4,400 - 4,500 = 8,800 - 9,000 damage



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    1 kame = 4,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 8,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20% = 8,000 + (4,000 * 0.20 = 800) = 8,800 damage



    1 kame crit + 40% = 8,000 + (4,000 * 0.40 = 1600) = 9,600 damage



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    1 kame = 5,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 10,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20 Soul (40E.dmg = 200-300) = 5,200-5,300 = 10,400 - 10,800 damage



    1 kame crit + 40 Soul (80E.dmg = 400-500) = 5,400 - 5,500 = 10,800 - 11,000 damage



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    1 kame = 5,000 damage (considering damage reduction by mob or pj def)



    1 kame crit = 10,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 20% = 10,000 + (5,000 * 0.20 = 1,000) = 11,000 damage



    1 kame crit + 40% = 10,000 + (5,000 * 0.40 = 2,000) = 12,000 damage
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    Conclusion:


    If your damage is 3,000 to 4,000, it is better to use soul or str.
    Since the critic will be almost the same as the one you would have equipando% crit.
    However if your damage exceeds 5,000 and you have a good chance to hit critical, it would be better to equip% crit.



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  • These calculations are some what incorrect :S


    example:


    for skills damage: (energy or phys attack * skill %) That is, it will be added before the skill's damage and not after


    (20 soul + energy or phys attack * skill %)


    for crit:



    ( Energy attack * % Super or Giant kame) = dmg


    ( Dmg + % crit * % Super or Giant kame + damage increase when a critical hit sucessfull)


    if 1 Kame make = 3,000 damage


    3000 dmg = 100% 20% e. crit = 600 dmg


    3000 + ( 600 * % super kame 4,65% + 767 )


    3000 + 3557 = 6557 with 20% e.crit damage

  • Hitting 3k is also a very small number. Let's say that you hit with 3k though for the sake of this example.


    This would mean that your energy attack is a fair 500 to 600 Energy Attack (so like level 50 average or so)
    3000/500 = 6
    So 20 SOL would add around 120 rather than 200-300.
    In that Case, Kames in your calculation would still do less damage with SOL (3000 + 120 = 3120 ---> 3120 x 2 = 6240, where as a Crit Kame would do around 6557 as @Kyra 's calculations stated)


    For Giant Kame, the calculations would go much more in favor of Crit%s rather than the SOL.


    Sol is good for you only if you can legitimately STACK it... and stack it HARD, which I don't think proves worthy either!
    At low level (when you still dont have Super or Giant Kame) SOL is helpful, after them it just becomes nothing.