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Originally Posted by falloutx23
Thank you for the response, but this doesn't answer my question. I understand the formula for ANY of them to proc, but what is the formula for more than one to proc. what's the formula for all three to proc. thanx

Ah. Now this is a rarity. You mutiply the fractions together for this. So if you have 3 Doffs each with a 20% chance to proc and you want to see what the probability is for all 3 to proc at the same time. Then you would do the following:
.2*.2*.2 = 0.008
Which is 0.8% chance.
For 2 Procs
EDIT: I found a better way to look at this: If you have 3 Doffs you have the following possibilities:
[Proc][Proc][NoProc] [Proc][NoProc][Proc] [NoProc][Proc][Proc]
We can also look at each of these probabilities therefore as 3x([Proc][Proc][NoProc])
Or 3x(0.8)(0.2)(0.2) = 0.096 Or 9.6% chance.
So with 3 Doffs each having a 20% chance to proc. We have a 48.8% chance of getting one or more proc. A 9.6% chance of two to proc. and a 0.8% chance of all three to proc.
Keep in mind that 48.8% includes the 9.6% and the 0.8%. Tank you esuzi for pointing that out.
I will let you know that there is a bug in the system. I have found that quite often, in the majority of procs in STO, that once one doff procs, all three doff's benefits are given.
So considering that, you really have a 48.8% chance of getting all three doff's benefits.