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By Anonymous
#16102509
what the max limit?
By Anonymous
#16102563
89 I believe
By Anonymous
#16102733
99
By Anonymous
#16104456
I perfer to max out at 69
By Anonymous
#16103955
What is max that you can get in first walkthrough?
By Anonymous
#16104105
if you get the dancing dragon mask you can upgrade your attack power with five skill points
By Anonymous
#16105593
About +11 (main bosses) and realistically with the mask. . . About +5 more, but that's 25 skill points to farm. But with time and patience and sweet spots to farm you could in theory max it at 99.
By Anonymous
#16105657
I got 14 pts now without the mask. I'm just about to go into ng+
By Anonymous
#16107425
14 without the mask
By Anonymous
#16104192
Is it just me sucking or mini bosses and main bosses scale with you? In this wiki, it mentioned you can cheese O'rin with Sebimaru, I tried it, but not very effective lol. I just beat her the old fashioned way of learning her moves...
By Anonymous
#16105528
Did you use the advanced Sebimaru which has guard piercing attacks? I did it your way, because I dont like cheesy tactics which probably won't work in later NG+s.... and I don't want to learn their moves when they oneshot me with every hit.
By Anonymous
#16106626
You can cheese her an even easier way though, if you bait her across the bride she literally doesn’t even attack
By Anonymous
#16105025
Do Combat Arts even receive the damage buff from Attack Power? In NG+ even the highest tier Arts hit like wet noodles unlike the basic R1.
By Anonymous
#16105953
so how much attack power would be optimal?
By Anonymous
#16106627
Because the mobs scale with you, I think it actually doesn’t matter what so ever sadly
By Anonymous
#16110887
The mobs don't scale with you. At 12 I'm one-shotting mobs in the estate. I wasn't one shot ting them when I first got there.
By Anonymous
#16111101
the more the better, theres no min max in this game
By Anonymous
#16115417
There’s a soft cap at 14
By Anonymous
#16755054
Unlike in Dark Souls, there's no real alternative to upgrading your health and attack power, so just do it every time you get a memory/enough prayer beads.
By Anonymous
#16105957
How many skill points does it cost to increase attack power once you have the mask?
By Anonymous
#16106015
5
By Anonymous
#16108369
5
By Anonymous
#16139113
I've done it once and it was 5
By Anonymous
#16106236
What about the numbers between 11 and 97? Where are the scaling breakpoints?
By Anonymous
#16116911
14, 27 and 51 are the softcaps, with damage per point dropping off drastically at each cap. CptBrian in the comments below did a spreadsheet where he crunched the numbers (Link: pastebin com/raw/U06XyqZ3 )
By Anonymous
#16106324
After two finished playtroughs i decided to get my last fun out of cheat shenanigans, so i cheated myself up to 99 Strength, and you basically deal no damage at all, the Vitality of the Mobs scales with your strength level
By Anonymous
#16106478
Seriously? So even the normal foot soldier takes no damage?!?
By Anonymous
#16106943
Jep i basically do no dmg at all to any enemies, either it really does scale that way or its a thing to punish cheaty Bois
By Anonymous
#16107093
The trainer I saw only lets you set attack power between 0-89 and resets if you go over so there's probably something going on when you just go straight to 99.
By Anonymous
#16107072
This information is not true, why is somebody lying? Enemies scale with attack power so their vitality matches your level.
By Anonymous
#16107092
Proof of this?
By Anonymous
#16109122
Then what would be the point of Attack Power then lol. You're clearly wrong here.
By Anonymous
#16110889
I one shot everything in the estate at AP 12. The mobs don't scale with your AP. A very minimal test proves that.
By Anonymous
#16116908
Enemies scale with every new game plus cycle (up to NG+7 or whatever the cap is). Nothing to do with player stats.