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How to figure out SSI?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Guest, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. Guest

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    Ok here is my Question for the Experts. Mace weapon with a swing speed of 2.75's has SSI 20%. What will be the swing speed for the weapon. I am not worried about any other factors but just what the weapon will swing for.
    Is it for every SSI 5% knock off .25's or SSI 10% for a .25'S?
     
  2. Setnaffa

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    Here's the formula (found here):
    Speed indicates base Swing Speed in seconds. To determine actual swing speed, use the following:
    1. Take the weapon speed in seconds, and multiply it by 4 to get the speed in "ticks." If you are barehanded, you swing at 2.5 seconds, or 10 ticks. Example: The Halberd (4.25 second base speed) has a base speed of 17 ticks.
    2. Figure out Stamina Ticks (Current Stamina / 30, rounded down.) Example: Current Stamina = 50. So Stamina Ticks = 1.
    3. Figure out Swing Speed Increase item property modifier. Example: 20.

    Apply those results to the following:
    a. Hit Start = ((Base Weapon Speed - Stamina Ticks) * (100.0 / (100 + Swing Speed Increase)))
    ex. Hit Start = ((17 - 1) * (100.0 / (100 + 20)))
    c. Make sure minimum swing time is never less than 5 ticks (1.25 seconds).
    ex. The calculated Halberd Hit Start speed = 13 ticks (3.25 seconds)

    As an example, I have an Ornate Axe that has a weapon speed of 4.25 ( 4.25 * 4 = 17 ticks) and SSI of 30. My stamina is 160 (160 / 30 = 5.3 ticks rounded down to 5). so...
    Hit Start = ((17 -5) * (100 / (100 + 30))) = (12 * .77) = 9.24 or 9 ticks. 9 /4 = 2.25 seconds per swing.
     
  3. Guest

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    so the weapon would swing at 2.075 and with 90 Stam i would be swinging at 1.4525 which would make getting anymore stam worthless? At 120 Stam it would be 1.245 and thats too low?
     
  4. Setnaffa

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    Everything rounds off, so 1.245 would round off to 1.25, which is the fastest you can swing a weapon. So 120 is exactly where you want to be with your stamina.
     
  5. Guest

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    Thx Setnaffa !!!!!!

    Only 106 more Stam points to go ROFL I hate new chars