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Warrior Warrior Damage Comparison [Neo Tokyo vers]

Discussion in 'Jobs' started by Nise, May 13, 2020.

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  1. Nise

    Nise Supervisor Staff Member Supervisor Game Moderator

    Jul 5, 2017
    6:08 AM
    A while back, I released a Warrior Damage Calculator comparing the various weapons and possible damage output of each class: Hero, DK, Paladin. I tried to do lots of adjustable things with that one, which was cool, but a nightmare to edit and correct...

    I adopted jootajoota DPM comparison charts, and made it so you can now see
    1. How certain weapons fare at different stages of the game (level + gear)
    2. How much more a weapon scales with weapon attack (aka which attack pots)
    3. How the different classes compare (hero vs dk vs paladin)
    There is... a lot of charts here, lots of depth... and also a lot of colors... apologies in advance if you're colorblind and this is hard to see.



    Here is all the formulas updated/corrected as well as Neo Tokyo weapons included in the damage comparisons. Figures for absolute maximum damage were done assuming:
    • Level 200
    • Perfect weapons
    • Perfect gear
    • Gelt chocolate
    • Single Target DPM only... (just multiply by x3 for heroes, and x3 for DKs)



    Link to the actual spreadsheet so you can mess with the numbers yourself!

    EDIT 1: Updated incorrect beholder calculation
    EDIT 2: More indepth charts with better visualization
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