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I had 2 ancient items and I could do GR 35.

Now, when I've added another ancient item, it can only boost me to 39.

That is supposed to be 750% damage increase, i.e. 7.5 times, am I right?

It feels like damage is increased but not 7 times by far. Why is that? Or is it the difficulty between 35 and 39 is so big?

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9 hours ago, tfoller said:

That is supposed to be 750% damage increase, i.e. 7.5 times, am I right?

 

No, you are not right.

750% damage increase is not the same as 7.5 times the damage.

For your first ancient item that is true, but after the first one your damage increase is way less.

Example:

Base damage = 100.

First Ancient Item +750%

New damage: 100 * 7,5 = 750.

Second ancient item: another + 750%

New damage: 100*(7,5+7,5)=1500.

Third item: +750%

New damage: 100 * (7,5+7,5+7,5) = 2250.

 

The first ancient item increases your damage from 100 to 750 (7.5 times as high)

Next item only doubles your damage to 1500.

And the third item only increases your damage to 2250, which is 50% higher (compared to your status with only 2 ancient items)

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Yep, a single percentage multiplier is applied based on the sum of all your ancients.  It's not individually applied for each ancient.

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