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devorasx 11-30-2012 06:39 PM

Cannon damage
 
Im curios. How does one justify this kind of damage from DHC using CRF2:

Edit:

X player deals 17333 (8152) Disruptor Damage(Critical) to you with Dual Heavy Disruptor Cannons - Rapid Fire II.
X player deals 18045 (8486) Disruptor Damage(Critical) to you with Dual Heavy Disruptor Cannons - Rapid Fire II.

I had the beta debuff on me and maybe a sensor scan, and the escort was probaly buffed to kingdom comes, but how the blazing heck does one sanction such ridiculous numbers? It makes Thissler look like an amateur in comparison, no offense bud. I got 2 shooted with 2 shot from cannons. 2!!

I on the other hand was buffed with Extend Shields 1, TSS3 on full aux from a cruiser and an EPTS 2 from myself.

I would love a VERY good argument.

bitemepwe 11-30-2012 06:46 PM

A single cannon strike?
Far better than I can do unless it BO2 and a DBB

davidfloresii 11-30-2012 06:56 PM

yup
 
I have seen this too.

antoniosalieri 11-30-2012 06:56 PM

Hmmm don't stop moving... keep the nasty debuffs off you... and when you are see someone huffing Omegas Alphas and Rapid fires in combo... get the heck out of there 45 degree arc.

I know your not saying every cannon shot hitting you is 15k+ cause we all know they are not.

15k+ happens when you forget to worry about those things I mentioned first.

devorasx 11-30-2012 07:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by antoniosalieri (Post 6875581)
Hmmm don't stop moving... keep the nasty debuffs off you... and when you are see someone huffing Omegas Alphas and Rapid fires in combo... get the heck out of there 45 degree arc.

I know your not saying every cannon shot hitting you is 15k+ cause we all know they are not.

15k+ happens when you forget to worry about those things I mentioned first.

First post edited, and i have combat logs to prove it!

And i was moving lots and being prebuffed with epts. But how the heck this happend is just beyond me.

paxottoman 11-30-2012 07:09 PM

Distance is also a contributing factor.

devorasx 11-30-2012 07:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paxottoman (Post 6875741)
Distance is also a contributing factor.

Offcourse, but that not what im asking!

p2wsucks 11-30-2012 07:13 PM

Assuming a normal heavy buffed dhc crits is ~8 and you write you were debuffed w/apb, sensor scan, disruptor proc. W/little to no resists to disruptor damage it makes complete sense to me.

Fyi, TT clears most resist debuffs. In a premade you can get an ally to toss you one when you're debuffed that heavy and you have an open window.

EPtS w/o distributing shields or turning doesn't do you much good. TT also will distribute your shields for you.

Fyi, hazzard doffs w/BFI or ramming speed, Hazzard emmiters, APD, Aux2Sif, Polarized Hull, Engineering consoles, various skill tree catagories all boost hull resists. Even some accolades boost resists slightly.

Fyi, TSS, ES, Shield Battery, EPtS (which you used), misc shield attributes, shield power levels boost shield resists. APD reads that it should, but others have told me it doesn't. I haven't confirmed, but see know reason they would claim something falsely.

Edit: After re-reading I see you know most if not all I wrote, but I'm gonna keep it for others to learn from. Also, think what a HY Tric woulda done in that situation. My guess is over 100k.

redricky 11-30-2012 07:17 PM

Is it the disruptor proc debuff doing way more than it should?

devorasx 11-30-2012 07:19 PM

17 and 18k makes sense? How? I have NEVER since beta seen such high numbers. And according to the combat log alot of the damage done from the escort doesnt make sense! The damage base is so low on avergae, then how the heck can it reach such high numbers?
If i dont get smacked in the face for violating the EULA, i will post the combat log for all to see.


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