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120 eval int + 120 anatomy = defense of 120 wrestling?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by MrMiagi, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. MrMiagi

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    If I have 120 eval int and 120 anatomy do I then have the defense chance of someone with 120 wrestling? So I could have 120 eval/120 anatomy and 45% DCI on from items and i'll be just as hard to hit as a player with 120 wrestle with 45% DCI from items?
     
  2. MrMiagi

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    I've found the forumula for it here

    (Anatomy + Evaluate Intelligence + 20)/2 (capped at 120.0).

    Do the math with 120 eval + 100 anatomy and you get 120, does this mean you don't even need anatomy to 120 in order to get the defense chance of 120 wrestling?

    120 + 100 + 20 / 2 = 120?
     
  3. Lord Kotan

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    yes, you are right... 120 eva+100 anatomy = 120 defense to dodge.. Though I am not 100% for sure that DCI works with that or not.. would have to test.
     
  4. MrMiagi

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    Does anyone know DCI does work with it?
     
  5. Considering DCI works independent of your weapon skill, yes it does.
     
  6. Setnaffa

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    DCI does NOT work independent of your weapon/melee skill...

    Hit Chance% = ( ( [Attacker's Combat Ability + 20] * [100 + Attacker's HCI] ) divided by
    ( [Defender's Combat Ability + 20] * [100 + Defender's DCI] * 2 ) ) * 100
    Minimum hit Chance% is 2% at all times.

    HCI and DCI both capped at 45%.

    Btw, I found this from the Combat section on the front page of uo.stratics.com.
     
  7. Setnaffa

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    MrMiagi,

    You should seriously consider taking your questions about game play to the New New Player Corner Forum or the specific professional forum. In this case, your question has been answered numerous times in the Mage forum.

    The posters in those forums tend to be much more patient and thorough with their replies.
     
  8. MrMiagi

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    So will defense chance increase work for me with my anatomy + eval or do I have to get wrestling if i want defense chance items to make a difference?

    Are you just saying this because whoever wrote it on stratics wrote "weapon skill" Maybe they forgot about eval int + anatomy? I think it wouldn't make sense for defense chance increase to not work with anatomy + eval considering those two skills raise your defense chance, defense chance increase raising it even higher...

    Besides a lot of what's wrote on stratics is wrong, sure this question has been answered offically somewhere before? This kind of information should be documented offically, and if it's not then... bad going EA, bad going.
     
  9. MrMiagi

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    I just poured through the mage forum threads, best I could find is another person confirming that eval + anatomy DOES work with DCI.
     
  10. DCI does work with it. I use this on 4 characters.

    Think of it in terms of with a normal weapon skill you have a hit/defend (not item property), with defensive wrestle you just have the defend part which you can add DCI to.

    DCI does nothing without a weapon skill/mage weapon/wrestle/defensive wrestle.

    edit: Also you don't need 120 in both, you need 220 total between anat/eval for 120 defensive wrestle. As the formula says it's capped at 120 anyway, the only point in having both would be if you were using a mage weapon, using anatomy for a damage boost then still having defense if you get disarmed or disarm to chug a pot or something.