How do Attack Bonuses Stack?

  1. Just out of curiosity, but I'm curious how the attack stacks work together. For example, Element ATK +1 and Fire ATK +2. Do you gain +40% Fire damage or +22% Fire damage? Asking because my friend is bosting about his Element + Element Damage and I am curious if he is right or wrong.

    User Info: Robertking1992

    Robertking1992 - 3 years ago
  2. Additional Details:
    I'm not asking if they work togeather, I'm am asking which of the 3 conditions are what happens

    Condition1) Only 20% because they don't stack at all
    Condition2) Only 22% because they stack Multiply (20% of 20 is 2, so the total is 22%)
    Condition3) Adds 40% because they stack additionally (20% + 20% = 40%)

    Which one of those 3 conditions is what happens in the game?

    User Info: Robertking1992

    Robertking1992 - 3 years ago
  3. Additional Details:
    I guess no one wants to answer, fine whatever...

    User Info: Robertking1992

    Robertking1992 - 3 years ago

Answers

  1. I think both would stack but I don't know the order in which they would. Otherwise, I don't see why not. Assuming you're using a fire weapon, it'll get boosted from that. Then from being elemental (duh) it'll get boosted from that.

    User Info: Kaiyuni

    Kaiyuni (Expert) - 3 years ago 0 0
  2. Get 2 power charms from the argosy captain combine one with a deviljho talon
    just put them in your bag and they work
    i have jaggi armor wich gives me a good 70 to raw and the talon and charm give me 50 i think and this is all raw damage but it stacks and it helps

    User Info: groph_alakirr

    groph_alakirr - 3 years ago 0 0
  3. No one knows exactly, but as far as I can tell they multiply together in series. So, if you have a ten percent buff and a twenty percent buff,You would have a 1.1X1.2=1.32 buff, or 32%.

    Hope that helps.

    User Info: Raszamatasz

    Raszamatasz (Expert) - 3 years ago 0 0

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