Absolute Damage numbers change.
Hello! Welcome to the wiki.
In case you haven't noticed, the tooltips for skills that contain flat damage numbers like Agni Pentacle have their numbers change if you switch weapons. Rather than have people fighting over numbers, I would like to people to start using Template:AbsoluteDamage that does the math for you. You can see an example when I used it for the Sticky Ball skill.
It can be made like so when editing a page:
Thank you for your contribution, hope to see you again in the edits soon.
If you're going to update a page and change all the names of stuff, that's great. But don't do that and then leave a bunch of blank links. Re do the pages or have redirects. Copain (talk) 15:40, 8 July 2015 (PDT)
Do not blank pages when deleting
Please provide a reason for an edit.
It makes it easier for me (or others) to understand what you've done. If it's the same edit over and over again (adding iconlink template), most browsers are good about autocompleting the box for you if you start typing it out again.
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On my Elementalist, the MP cost for Magic Missile lvl 1 shows 8 (in white text) but on my Battle Mage it shows as 7 (in blue text). Is there a reason for this difference? When updating Skill Growth tables, which one should I use?
Sorry if I am intruding in this conversation, but I can answer this for you.
Blue text (for Cooldown or MP Consumption) means that there is a reduction attribute effect affecting that certain stat, in this case your Mana costs. White text means that it is the base value. Red text means that the value has been increased.
I'm assuming you're using a Spear. Spears have the following common attributes:
- Physical Skill MP Cost +5%
- Physical Skill Cooldown Time +5%
- Magical Skill MP Cost -5%
- Magical Skill Cooldown Time -5%
- Physical Critical Rate +2%
So for Magic Missile in particular, because it is a magic skill, it's MP cost and cooldown are lowered by 5%. To find the base value either equip a Pole or just divide the blue number by 0.95.
Usually we'd want to use the white text for base values since weapons adjust the stats of skills, but this can be easily adjusted with a bit of mathematics.
Oh, I see now. I was going crazy last night trying to find the reason for the discrepancy and I can't believe I forgot about weapons affecting the stats.
So I need to either equip a Pole or divide the blue number by 0.95, but what about just un-equipping the Spear altogether? I get 8 MP without any weapon, but if I divide 7 MP by 0.95 I get 7.368 ...
That doesn't necessarily work for all cases. Most classes have a default base weapon. I believe Mage's default weapon is a Rod.
Here's the Rod's attributes:
- Physical Skill MP Cost -5%
- Physical Skill Cooldown Time -5%
- Hit Rate -1%
- Casting Speed +5%
If you're updating skills that deal magic damage then you should be fine. However, if you're updating physical skills you'll need to do some math.
That being said we have been trying to standardize the use of a new table format. Here's a link to it if you're interested. The new format uses a simulated loop to iterate through the table rows given mathematical equations for each skill option. To be simply put, you'll only need to enter in the values once in an equation and the table will automatically calculate the rest for you.
Oh, ok. I'll make sure to be aware of that when updating physical skills.
And OMG, that new table format's a godsend. I've been updating tables manually. Thanks to whoever came up with that.
To increase the table length (or add more rows), just add more numbers within the brackets of:
You can also use this to skip to certain rows if you deem it necessary.
Feel free to change the Table Headers as you see fit.
Most of the values just need to be plugged in. To read more about that, there should be a link under the first table or just press here.
When I'm in the pvp channel (just in the channel, not in any room) the tooltip for Sky Assault shows 168% + 410 for Physical Atk. and my independent attack shows 1296. So the damage ratio = 163/1234 = 0.316
But when I go inside a room, the tooltip shows 168% + 433 and Independent attack shows 1141; 433/1141 = 0.379
Why am I getting two different numbers here? Which one should I use?
PvP Channel as in the Practice Arena or Arena? Either way, PvP has different skill growths compared to regular PvE content. PvP also has a built-in balance system that changes your stats to make it more fair against lesser geared players. This may explain why your Independent Attack is somewhat different.
In addition, for some reason, for PvP skill growths only, there isn't a consistent growth scalar multiplier for Independent Attack based skills. So if you're trying to collect PvP data in the PvP channel for Fixed class, don't. Also, remember, if you're attempting to gather PvE data from the PvP channel, make sure to switch Skill Info type with the F7 key.
At this point, it may be less strenuous to just use data from the regular channels/ in town.
So if you're trying to collect PvP data in the PvP channel for Fixed class, don't.
Wait, are you saying I shouldn't collect PVP data for skills that deal fixed damage, like Sky Assault? What about for skills that deal percent damage?
It's a discussion we had on the Wiki a long time ago. We discovered that the game has some kind of algorithm that changes the scalar multiplier values for fixed damage PvP skill growths in PvP Arena.
For example: Holy Flash Lv41 Arena values:
- Test 1:
- IndependentAttack = 1822
- Fixed Damage= 2840
- Scalar multiplier = Absolute Damage Ratio, it is multiplied by your Independent Attack Power before being shown in the game tooltips1.559max-width:200px 100
- Test 2:
- IndependentAttack = 2004
- Fixed Damage= 3215
- Scalar multiplier = Absolute Damage Ratio, it is multiplied by your Independent Attack Power before being shown in the game tooltips1.604max-width:200px 100
- Test 3:
- IndependentAttack = 3067
- Fixed Damage= 5405
- Scalar multiplier = 1.762max-width:200px 100
- Test 4:
- IndependentAttack = 3133
- Fixed Damage= 5541
- Scalar multiplier = 1.769max-width:200px 100
As you can see the scalar multiplier is inconsistent, when it supposed to be the same for all 4 tests. Because of this reason, we could not find a consensus to agree upon on which was the correct value, so we decided to omit PvP Fixed Damage data entirely until we found out what this algorithm was. Sadly, we still have not found the solution... Percent skill values on the other hand, don't have this issue.
Time to bring this thread back to life again. After 2 years, I found about arrays extension. I'm pretty sure we can sort ClassSkills by "required level" now.
The algorithm I used is specified in my test page, as well as the demo result. User:Dfoplayer/TestSemantics
Awww yea. The new ClassSkills template now sorts by level. However, some of the male and female skills fail, such as Gun Guard Upgrade, as they have two values in required level. I think the query will place it on the top or bottom of the list. Fortunately, most of the skills are sorted correctly, which is good enough.
Please do not revert edits or nominate pages for deletion without first looking into why the page or edit was made in the first place.
The redirect on "Apocalypse (Male)" is there specifically because there are several pages on the wiki that link to it, so it makes more sense to redirect than to manually change every single link.
If you had just asked why I created the redirect in the first place, there would be no issue; now I'm hesitant to remove your deletion tag without the permission of an administrator, and all of those links to "Apocalypse (Male)" are broken again.
Please communicate with other users before making changes like this.
Hey Arrol, is there a particular reason why you removed the scalar percentage growth values for the Dragoon skill pages?
I was curious about them. I assumed they were something left over from editing. I'll bring them back
Yeah, sorry about that. I messaged Dfoplayer earlier if we could use some mathematical expressions to show skill growth value. If we manually inputted each individual value with each balance patch, the editors would probably go insane.
Although, right now it looks a bit rough... We can find a better solution later.
Also, you might notice that some of the base mana, mana growth, and cooldown values might be different than those listed in-game. This is most likely due to the Beam Spear attributes increasing Magic Skill MP costs by +15% and Magic Skill Cooldowns by 5%. I used a Long Lance to get the base mana values since it only increases Physical Mana costs/cooldowns.
Why not just unequip the weapon and do the calculations without any altercations?
I'm afraid to say it doesn't necessarily work for all cases. It depends heavily on the skill's damage property (Physical/Magic) and what the class's base weapon is. Apparently, even if you don't have a weapon equipped, the skill's mana/cooldown is changed accordingly with the base weapon.
For the Magical subclasses: Dragoon and Impaler, it's fine to just unequip the weapon since the D. Lancer's base weapon is a Long Lance. However, when you get to the Physical Subclasses: Skirmisher and Vanguard, you need to use a Beam Spear for the weapon since all other weapons tend to skew data slightly.
This applies to all other classes as well. However, the one exception is the Thief class which has no weapon that reveals base mana cost/cooldown. In this case, it requires a little mathematics.
Hi. I noticed you've been uploading Short Sword icons; thanks for the help! But I've also noticed that you do not categorize them when you upload them. This may cause other people who check the categories for missing images to upload the same icon, when in fact you already have uploaded one. To add a category on the upload page, there is a field right below the Description. For Short Sword icons, the category is "Short Sword Icons". The category field has auto-complete, so you can try to type in a category name to see if it is indeed something we use.
Sorry for getting to this so late. For reference, here is the original talk.
Is this what you been looking for in ClassSkills? User:Dfoplayer/TestClassSkills. If this suits the ideal box, then I can move some of in-line css to the global css file and make it live.
I will try to use semantics to sort by level learned, but that will take some time...
I honestly forgot about all this, but the skills look better inside a box.
Well, there the older version I kept in User:Dfoplayer#Test_DPL_table, if that is what looks better. I can add bullet points to those boxes.
EDIT: Looking a back at deleted pages, it might be possible to revert back to the old Skill Table, with column titles "icon" and "name". But right now, this is easier.
I think the old one looks more appealing, but is it more strenuous in terms of work?
In my user page, the "old one" is not too hard to implement. I can do that soon.
But the nexon-era skill table with lines separating icons and names, that will be something I won't enjoy. CSS can be a pain to fix. History of just trying to use the surrounding box.
This is now resolved. Your regular browser will still show the old style. Either clear the cache, or just wait a few days before the time expires and the browser will request an updated page.
Hey Dfoplayer. I have to say it looks a lot better. Great job.
I have a question though concerning an issue mentioned a while ago. Is it possible to organize the skills via level requirement from the parameter
|PrerequisiteLevel= listed in the SkillPage Template?
This is not the first time that you make changes that are definitely not "minor." At least, changing Quick Summon: Voras's class from Knight to Chaos is definitely not "minor." Not to mention that it is an incorrect change, because Knights can now definitely use Voras before class changing. I do not have an Elven Knight so I cannot confirm, but if Elven Knight no longer have access to the skill, then you should add a Note to the Voras's page just like in Heaven Cleaver instead of changing the class.
And if you are trying use "minor edit" to perhaps make stealth changes and get away with it, that would probably be considered as abusing minor edit. Not necessarily saying you are doing this though.
I would only use "minor edit" on things like grammar, typos, etc, where it doesn't change the functionality of the page. Changing the class is a big functionality change, even if in the end it's only a "+1 character edit," as it will change its skill listing location from Knight to Chaos.
Hi, I noticed you've added Skill Level 18 for DBR. But I'm noticing a HUGE jump from Skill Level 17 to 18. Are you equipped with certain gear (Chronicle, Epic, etc) which ups the Critical Damage increase value? If so you'll have to remove those gear before you take the value. Hopefully you can still have DBR Lv18 after removing said gear(s), but otherwise the DBR Lv18 value will not be accurate. Thanks.
Also, how is adding an additional skill level information a minor edit? But oh well. I'd also like to ask you to add the Arena value for DBR Lv18 if possible. You simply need to mouseover DBR and then press F7 until it switches to "Arena" and then press F4 for the values. Thanks.
I got the information from this thread in reddit. I don't own a Ranger. I had asked the owner if it is possible to show an Arena version as well but no reply. Also, I added a minor edit due to amount of effort added during editing. https://www.reddit.com/r/DFO/comments/3vlnhv/death_by_revolver_buff_with_burning_event/cxrlmkx?context=3
Sorry to intrude on this conversation, but I found this odd as well; so I checked around on other sites. According to Arad Senki: the Lv18 values are different. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the Standard Procedure Chronicle gear's +10% critical damage modifier. Note that Chronicle gear bonus effects only apply while the player is in dungeon/training area. This also applies to tainted/cracked chronicle effects. (Epics, Legendaries and Uniques as well, I believe). Looking at skills outside of town tends to skew values.
As far as I know, most Percentage Bonuses apply multiplicatively to the base value. Even if your source has 77% base critical damage modifier, the +10% from Standard Procedure is still not enough to reach 92% (even if it were applied additively). Your source must have other equips increasing DBR's crit damage as well from his weapon, sub equip, magic stone, or tainted/cracked chron gear.
Pretty much any fighter skill icon you see that doesn't have a PNG image (pretty sure they're all Male versions) is because they either overlap with an existing female one, or there's some kind of name conflict I didn't want take care of at the time.
I would prefer redirect directives like Arrol suggested if two things share an asset like a file. The older of the classes should get the preference (M.Slayer, M.Gunner and F.Fighter).