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    Critical hits

    I noticed that very often, if the foe (quests/dungeon/arena) is left with a certain amount of health (say 5000) that you can kill him with a single critical but not with a normal hit, you actually hit a critical and kill him.

    and that's the same if you are left with an amount of health such that the foe can kill you with a critical, he hits a critic. Am I going mad =) or this happens very often? :bw:
    Last edited by [email protected]; 20 May 2010, 12:23 PM.
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    Well from what i learned attack power goes up 10%( or something like that )each time someone attacks the person

    Player 1 : 0% hits 100 , Player 2 : 0% hits 100 , Player 1 : 10% bonus hits 110 Player 2 : 10% bonus hits 110 , Player 1: 20% bonus hits 120 , and so on.

    Well this is my theory that each attack get more damaging.

    Also its spelled critical :ar:


    Also this should be under help and questions
    Last edited by Spencerc123; 17 May 2010, 08:13 PM.
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      #3
      (ok it's spelled critical and that's the wrong place to post this, I see - waiting mod to close or better, move.)

      thx for the explanation, I didn't know that fact and it sounds interesting.

      btw even if my final hit is the second of my hits (so I should hit only with a 10% bonus) this does not explain why this becomes a critical if that's my last hit, that suffices to kill the opponent.
      I dont know, it seems like if a critical is enough to kill so you score a critical automatically. :bn:
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        #4
        Luck possibly :bn:
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          #5
          I've moved and renamed the thread to "Critical hits". :ab:

          => The chance to get the first hit is 50% and pure luck.

          => A normal hit does normal damage (something between your minimum and maximum damage).

          => A critical hit does double damage. Your normal damage is doubled.

          => Each round the possible damage is increased by 1.4. It is simulated that both characters get angry. The longer a fight lasts, the higher their rage and their possible damage.

          => Luck is the chance for a critical hit. It can be up to 50%.

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            #6
            dosnt that mean well so first its 50% chance then u could have max so 50 add 50=100% so for some firsst hit will be critical?
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              #7
              I guess Leander meant that you have 50% just to be the first to hit; not to hit a critical with the first hit.
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                #8
                Yes i now what i wrote was IF a PLAYER HAD max critical hit witch is 50% AND the first hit is 50% 50+50=100!!
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                  #9
                  but who said that the first hit has 50% critical hit percentage? :wink:
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
                    but who said that the first hit has 50% critical hit percentage? :wink:
                    Actually Mr smart a mod/admin called leader did
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                      #11
                      1) The battle starts.
                      2) The chance that you do damage first is 50%. The chance that your opponent does damage first is also 50%.

                      It has nothing to do with critical hits...it just says who does the first damage when the battle starts.

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