Fenier

11-16-2005, 01:03 PM

This is by no means a extensive and lengthy parse or anything, but I figured I would post the inital results on a typical exp mob.

A Kyv Sightstalker - Kod'Taz

Maximum Hit: 1042

Minimum Hit: 232

Average Hit: 446

Damage Interval: 42.6

Damage Base: 189.4

Attack Rating: Appox 2142

Taken with the effective mitigation AC of 1500.

This gives the Kyv a typical Hit of around 488, which isn't to far off of the average hit listed in the previous example, so the attack is probly a tad high, but will work for this example.

If we where to subject the Kyv to the spells Hand of Ro and Sun's Corana, we reduce the attack by 190 to 1952.

The hit adjustment verus the same 1500 ac results in lowering a typical hit from 488, to 430. A Differance of 58 per hit.

The Result of debuffing the Kyv would have saved just under 1276 Damage on the tank, assuming that all hits that hit hte tank (22), had taken the full 58 reduction to damage, during the fights duration of 1.12 Minutes.

Again, this is a *much* to small a parse size for anything definate. But I would be interested to know what other peple hav ecome up with in their parses.

-Fenier

A Kyv Sightstalker - Kod'Taz

Maximum Hit: 1042

Minimum Hit: 232

Average Hit: 446

Damage Interval: 42.6

Damage Base: 189.4

Attack Rating: Appox 2142

Taken with the effective mitigation AC of 1500.

This gives the Kyv a typical Hit of around 488, which isn't to far off of the average hit listed in the previous example, so the attack is probly a tad high, but will work for this example.

If we where to subject the Kyv to the spells Hand of Ro and Sun's Corana, we reduce the attack by 190 to 1952.

The hit adjustment verus the same 1500 ac results in lowering a typical hit from 488, to 430. A Differance of 58 per hit.

The Result of debuffing the Kyv would have saved just under 1276 Damage on the tank, assuming that all hits that hit hte tank (22), had taken the full 58 reduction to damage, during the fights duration of 1.12 Minutes.

Again, this is a *much* to small a parse size for anything definate. But I would be interested to know what other peple hav ecome up with in their parses.

-Fenier