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3-29-2011 @ 10:10PM
Hey there, Mr. Robot team member here! Glad to see one of our fans in recommending Mr. Robot.@Diatenium, actually, sometimes an int/spi gem is better than pure int. It all depends on the weight of each stat. Here are two examples, one where the int/spi gem is better and one where it is not.Example 1: Assume Int's weight = 100, spirit = 90. Yellow socket bonus is 20 spirit. So the math goes like this: 40 int gem * 100 stat weight = 400. 20int/20spi is 20*100 + 20*90 = 200+180 = 380. Now add in the socket bonus, 20 spirit * 90 = 180. Bringing your total for the int/spi gem + socket combo to 460. That's 60 higher than a pure int gem.Example 2: Assume Int's weight is 100, spirit is 40. 40 is the only thing that changed in this example! 40 int gem * 100 = 400 (again). 20int/20spi is 20*100 + 20*40 = 200 + 80 = 280. Add the 20 spi socket: 20*40 = 80. Total for gem & socket = 360. That is now worse than the 40 int gem.Mr. Robot's optimizations are only as good as the stat weights entered into it. We have the defaults set based on theorycrafters consensus, however, different play styles and rolls definitely call for some stat tweaking. Mr. Robot allows you to tweak all of the stat weights to suit your fancy :)
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