Attack with Stronger Trait Weapon


#1

Quick question. Anyone knows if AR can also be done with a stronger trait if holding such weapon?


#2

not according to the pinned thread above called Combat Reference. it is only regular attacks:

Stronger Trait
When performing a regular attack, there is a chance the damage will be modified to the trait type advantageous over the opponent’s trait. Can still technically trigger if there is already advantage, but doesn’t give double effectiveness.


#3

Hmmmm, so would this work with say… Dwight? Would a rush of two 350% basic attacks be further boosted? Does anyone know what exactly
the stronger trait modifier is equal to in percentage?


#4

Yes, because Dwight’s rush consists of regular attacks.


#5

From my testing awhile ago and I think confirmed by Scopely, ‘better chance’ is about 35% chance. However, sometimes it seems like the 35% will occur 5 times in a row but that’s part of probability I guess.


#6

also from the Combat Reference guide:

Damage Damage
Deal damage to the specified set of targets with a multiplier on the damage calculated from the relevant characters’ Attack and Defense stats. A character that would normally do 150 damage to their target performing a 300% damage action would deal 450 damage.

  • Trait Advantage results in the final damage being multiplied by 2
  • A Critical Hit multiplies the final damage by 1.5

So looks like the trait advantage will multiply the damage by 2


#7

Side note, do some friendly duels with a faction mate who sets up a test team, no mods, no deff buffs, and all traits, then see how the trait advantage works. Yumi has one if you need a starting point


#8

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