By my calculations, the orc decisively passes the elf at only 480 conversion points, without the Tri-sword
If elves get better because of the Tri-sword, they don't have to stay at 70 conversion points.
Blood mages are hard to level up with, because of their lack of resources to fight high level monsters. This is the advantage of using an elf
Darvin wrote:By my calculations, the orc decisively passes the elf at only 480 conversion points, without the Tri-sword
480 is 4 conversions for the orc, or +10 base damage. With a trisword that would be +14 base damage.
480 is just shy of 7 conversions for the elf, which with your trisword would result in +7 mana and +7 attack.
This so horrendously favours the elf to the point at which it virtually renders the Orc obsolete. Without a trisword the orc is barely ahead at all, and even with it the comparison is 7 mana / 7 attack versus 14 attack. Unless you have a huge attack bonus, the elf is way ahead here, to the point of rendering the orc obsolete.
Darvin wrote:If elves get better because of the Tri-sword, they don't have to stay at 70 conversion points.
Oh, so you're suggesting making the entire race less powerful to compensate for a single overpowered item? No, the whole reason the Trisword has a problem right now is because it favours a specific race.
You're completely overstating your case. The situation with the halfling is much worse and yet I seem to be the only person complaining about it.
Suggestion: +5 stacking experience, or +5% to resists per conversion.
Darvin wrote:The underlying problem with both the current trisword and the one you've suggested is that both have wild divergence in performance based on your race, which is unacceptable.
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