Question from UnholyWanderer
What exactly does luck do?
So, all the other stats are fairly obvious in what they do to your character, but I can't figure out luck for the life of me (besides it being an activation factor for several skills). So what does it do?
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The Luck skill does the following:
-Reduces the chance of an enemy landing a critical hit on your units
-Affects the triggering of the skill 'Armshrift' ((Luck*2)%) (Learned by level 1 Mercenaries, affects whether or not your weapon will use a durability point upon attacks)
-Affects the triggering rate of the skill 'Miracle' (Luck%) (Learned by level 1 clerics, affects the chance of surviving a killing blow from an enemy)
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Affects ability to crit, and lowers chances of getting critted by enemies.
It also affects the chances of certain skills triggering.
Reduces enemy chance of critting (Personal crit chance is now tied to skill)
Also used for triggering certain skills
The luck stat affects avoid, hit rate, critical avoid and certain skills, like armsthrift. serenesforest.net/fe13/calculation.html has the calculations for hit rate, etc. And how the luck stat affects them exactly
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