Elemental Affinity

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  1. ΣMiwel

    ΣMiwel Forum Overlooker

    With R209 the Elemental Affinity mechanics were added to the game. We were given a rock-paper-scissors wheel containing only Fire, Ice, Lightning and Poison. However, in game appear also Andermagic-enchanted monsters and monsters with a "Multielemental" enchantment.
    I'm asking for an official reply on how are those two enchantments related to the other elements, what are they weak against, what are they strong against... and perhaps what are the exact values of strength or vulnerability against a specific damage type for all the six types.
     
  2. couda22

    couda22 Forum Commissioner

    The Elemental Affinity mechanics introduced in R209 is a "ruleset" mechanic of monster resistances. For example if a monster is more resistable to some element(s) then it can be less resistable to other element(s).

    Here are resistances for PW bosses:
    - Arachna: Fire:80; Ice:40; Lightning:80; Poison:160; DarkMagic:80
    - Bearach: Fire:80; Ice:80; Lightning:160; Poison:40;DarkMagic:80
    - Grimmag: Fire:160; Ice:80; Lightning:40; Poison:80; DarkMagic:80
    - Herald: Fire:160; Ice:80; Lightning:40; Poison:80; DarkMagic:160
    - Heredur: Fire:40; Ice:160; Lightning:80; Poison:80; DarkMagic:80
    - Khalys: Fire:80; Ice:80; Lightning:80; Poison:80; DarkMagic:160
    - Medusa: Fire:80; Ice:40; Lightning:80; Poison:160; DarkMagic:160
    - Mortis: Fire:160; Ice:160; Lightning:160; Poison:160; DarkMagic:160
    - Sigrismarr: Fire:40; Ice:160; Lightning:160; Poison:40; DarkMagic:80
     
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  3. ΣMiwel

    ΣMiwel Forum Overlooker

    Thank you! Data-mined, I guess?

    Have you got any idea though, how to convert those numbers to real percentage?
     
  4. couda22

    couda22 Forum Commissioner

    The value has to be scaled to monster level, adjusted by monter's rank and then transformed to percentage value.
    Resistance scale factor of monster level 55: 80
    Resistance factor of PW world boss monster: 1.5
    Percentage formula: 100 * R / (R + 6400)

    So the resistance values posted in my 1st post of PW world bosses of level 55 are:
    40 -> 4800 ~ 42.86%
    80 -> 9600 ~ 60.00%
    160 -> 19200 ~ 75.00%

    Armor value of those bosses is 80 -> 9600 ~ 60.00%.
     
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