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Shadowclad/Negation damage resistance question

deathbeezdeathbeez Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 789 Arc User
I see in the description, they add %3 or %4 stacks to your damage resistance.
a. Does this mean your DR now + 3% of that base number (30% would become 30.9%) OR
b. 3% added to DR (so if you have 30% DR, it would become 33%)
Let me know. Thanks.


  • ehliislam#3539 ehliislam Member Posts: 11 Arc User
    edited April 2016
    it is +3/4% (etc.) not 0,3/0,4%. just take a look for perfect negation it is gives you 2,5% + dr with every stack it is can not be "0,2,5" (?!) :) so to answer your example it would became 33% and not 30,3%

    EDIT: to test it just aggro some mob and see your character's profile you can see the + dmg res on that
  • deathbeezdeathbeez Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 789 Arc User
    The wording is completely confusing when using you/your. Seems they[DR/deflect] use different math.

    The reason I ask is because the deflect on the shadowclad adds (base * .0) per stack. I tested this.
    The opposite of what you said about DR which adds ( %) per stack. But they both use the word your.

    Example with shadowclad.
    Base deflect rating is 2000. Chance=5%.
    At trans level 8% X 10 stacks is 80%.
    So it would be 80% of 2000 +(.8 * 2000) added.
    So at 10 stacks of trans shadowclad, the deflect rating would now be 3600/9% chance.

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