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By Anonymous
#15907519
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By Anonymous
#15933213
So is the difference from 26% - 49% the same or no? is the Threshold for 25% lasting till 49.9%?
By Anonymous
#15934027
Potato
By Anonymous
#15940361
Well, if you will base it in the above... Then yes...

I always believed that my 30%+ encumbered character became slower when it hit 40%+, Until I saw this info few years ago... But Lol Potato.
By Anonymous
#16206923
I always thought under 30% was the best roll. Guess i can make my Iframes even more OP
By Anonymous
#16231791
In DS3, yes. In DS2, under 40% .
By Anonymous
#16240292
Just like the ****** you are
By Anonymous
#16240293
Just like the ****** you are
By Anonymous
#16305205
<<<Nerdocalypse: 39.9 or less is teh same roll as 40.1 or more my man, sub 30 you get ninja rolls in DS2 and DS3
By Anonymous
#16290445
Anybody know how to calculate having below 70%? I know you can get 50% by multiplying your current load by 2 and 25% by multiplying it by 4 but im no mathmatician. Would help a lot!
By Anonymous
#16290447
Edit: I mean how to calculate having max equipment load for your current build, so that you can allocate Vitality for that amount. thank you!
By Anonymous
#16290449
Edit: Figured it out! Haha, just have to devide your current equip load by 0.7, i am smartest man in the world
By Anonymous
#16305006
Divide your maximum by 10 and then multiply that by 7.
Example:
87 / 10 = 8,7
8,7 × 7 = 60,9 this is your 70%
By Anonymous
#16569983
Quick Maffs.
100% means it is completely 1 of itself.
75% means that it is .75 of itself.
Essentially 100% is 1.00, and 75% is .75, 50% is .50, 25% is .25.
Just multiply your max load by what your percentage is, so 25% of 80 would be .25x80 = 20.
If you want to know WHAT percentage your CURRENT load is, then take your CURRENT weight divided by TOTAL weight and times that by 100. so 20/80 then x100 = 25%
By Anonymous
#16308846
For 70 % equip burdain:
[(current load) / (opt max load)] * 100 = 70
which leaves:
(opt max load) = 100 * (current load) / 70 = (current load) / (70/100)
that is:
(opt max load) = (current load) / 0.7
just as for 50 % equip burdain:
(opt max load) = (current load) / 0.5 = 2 * (current load)
and for 25 % equip load:
(opt max load) = (current load) / 0.25 = 4 * (current load)
By Anonymous
#16318494
No offense, but this is basic level math. Like 25% is 1/4. Yes, ty...
By yoduh
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#16412547
it's not actually basic math, it's wrong math. to get 25% of your current load you... divide by 0.25 or multiply by 4!? so, 25% of 76 is 304, a number way higher than your current load lol. it starts with the very first equation being wrong:
[(current load) / (opt max load)] * 100 = 70
should've been:
[(opt max load) / (current load)] * 100 = 70
that is:
(opt max load for % you want) = [(% you want) / 100] * (current load)

obviously when you "simplified" to MULTIPLYING CURRENT LOAD BY 4 to calculate 25%, should've clued you into the math being very, very wrong.
By Anonymous
#16381637
Every starting class starts off with the same equipment load despite the fact that their Vitality stats are all different?
How does that work?
By Anonymous
#16381842
It would be more correct to say that every class starts out with a base equip load, plus what their vitality stat gives them.
By Anonymous
#16801401
you are an idiot that cannot read!!!
By Anonymous
#16402989
To calculate how many percent your equipment load is you just multiply the max equipment load by the percentage you want it in

so if you want to know if your equipment load is less than 50% and your max equipment load is 76, multiply them the answer is 3800 now you put 2 decimals from the right to left then that is the 50% of 76 which is 38.00 so if your less than 38.00 you will know

idk if this will help since im late lol
By yoduh
Posts
#16412545
dude wut. you know 50% is the same as dividing by 2 right? 25% is dividing by 2 twice. MAYBE you do this for when you calculate 70% in your head, or you can do 50% + 10% + 10% which is easier imo.
By ya-boi-mees
#16413151
The penalty for heavier armour is so much more lenient than in ds1. Thank god I can actually use more than 2% of armour I pick up.
By Anonymous
#16645114
I find having between 50-70% ideal for my curved sword melee build, <50% dodges to flank the enemy take me just a foot out of range from them and I lose precious time getting a counter hit in before they recover from their attack.