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Chronopia => Open Discussion => Topic started by: DARNIZHAAN on January 09, 2017, 02:41:29 PM
I haven't seen this posted before, but I took a shot at how Chronopia calculates the DEF score. On page 50 of second edition it states that DEF is calculated from CC and AR value. I took a look at blackbloods mostly because they came first in the book and noticed this relationship:
AR value Calculate using
25-26 DEF=AR-CC-11-Shield Modifier
23-24 DEF=AR-CC-10-Shield Modifier
21-22 DEF=AR-CC-9-Shield Modifier
19-20 DEF=AR-CC-8-Shield Modifier
17-18 DEF=AR-CC-7-Shield Modifier
15-16 DEF=AR-CC-6-Shield Modifier
13-14 DEF=AR-CC-5-Shield Modifier
12 DEF=AR-CC-4-Shield Modifier
For mounted troops, use the rider's CC. This breaks down in 2 cases.
First, for the ogre myrmadon, double mounted kutara and goblin chariot, the def was worse by 1 than what you would expect. The kutara lancer and goblin ripper beast riders, however calculated using the above formula. This means that very large mounted units and chariots have a worse DEF than you would expect.
Second, very small units, such as warhawks and darkwings, have a DEF score that is better than what you would expect.
Notice also that this fits in well with the devout spell corrosion, in which a models def improves by 1 for every two AR it loses.
I can't figure out how to use your formula. I just used a graph I made with AR on one axis, and CC on the other. I fed the information in by comparing all of the troops and removing shield modifiers.
I will give some examples.
For an ogre heavy infantry leader, he has an AR of 22, a CC of13, and a shield. The DEF = AR - CC - 9 - Shield modifier, or DEF = 22 - 13 -9 -1 = -1
An Elf Risen Warrior has an AR of 19, a CC of 9, and a shield.
The formula for an AR of 19 is DEF=AR-CC-8-Shield Modifier
Therefore the DEF of the Elf Risen Warrior is 19-9-8-1=1
A SOK War Hound has an AR of 12, a CC of 8, and no shield
The formula for an AR of 12 is DEF=AR-CC-4-Shield Modifier
DEF = 12-8-4-0 = 0
I haven't tested every model so it is possible there are more exceptions out there than the ones I listed.
I hope you find this helpful.
Looks good to me. Thanks!