Drewwik wrote:
So if you have evade 3 parry 5 and play an amplify and an eldritch what would you say the final number is for your mitigation? Generally speaking you don't multiply then multiply again in this game. 2 amps is x3 not x2 then x2 for example. Eldritch adds a net 7 parry and amp provides 3 evade and 5 parry? The math gets funky doing it that way though. Thoughts? Tripling a number then doubling the product seems out of scope with everything else in the game that I've seen.
this assumes that the amplify applies to both equally.
In the case of Eldritch and Deflect, you add 3 each time, so it scales faster than Amplify (amp adds 1 each time)
Evade 3 + amplify + eldritch
I would treat this as x4 (x3 from eldritch + 1 from amplify)
Parry 5
I would add the +1 parry for eldritch after the amplify. I think mostly because doing the math is easier, and eldritch is already really strong