October 11, 2013, 17:32:34 |
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How Stasis damage works (October update)
I spent a little while working out stasis this are the things I found out so far I do not assume I am correct however I did much testing with very small differences in the numbers.

Stasified at level 100 against a normal target reduces their resistance by 50% .

So a monster with 200% resistance will now be 150% for your stasis attacks.

Against a target with two of the same element resistance like a UB the effect is double so its (-50 x 2) =-100% of their resistance. So moowolf with 300% would then be 200% for your stasis attacks.

Motherfogger for me at least add currently 45% (not 50% as stated) this 45% adds to your stasis mastery you know the little purple gauge near your health.

Say you had 100% stasis damage normal you would have 145% in mother fogger mode it does not display visually.

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Stasified at level 100 against a normal target reduces their resistance by 50% .

So a monster with 200% resistance will now be 150% for your stasis attacks.

Against a target with two of the same element resistance like a UB the effect is double so its (-50 x 2) =-100% of their resistance. So moowolf with 300% would then be 200% for your stasis attacks.

Motherfogger for me at least add currently 45% (not 50% as stated) this 45% adds to your stasis mastery you know the little purple gauge near your health.

Say you had 100% stasis damage normal you would have 145% in mother fogger mode it does not display visually.

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**JerryDB**- October 11, 2013, 19:11:53.