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Originally Posted by borticuscryptic
As for the original question: All disruptor debuffs stack, if they are durationbased. But keep in mind that they are a Resistance Rating debuff, so diminishing returns apply. You won't always get the same value of debuff from your proc.

Isn't it the inverse of that, though? Increasing returns rather than diminishing returns?
Doesn't the new DR/DRR affect subsequent debuffs?
(fictitious numbers)
Base DRR of 40 and DR of 28.3%
Hit by a 10 DRR debuff...resisted...7.17 DRR debuff applied.
New DRR of 32.83 and DR of 24.5%
Hit by a 10 DRR debuff...resisted...7.55 DRR debuff applied.
New DRR of 25.28 and DR of 20.1%
Hit by a 10 DRR debuff...resisted...7.99 DRR debuff applied.
New DRR of 17.29 and DR of 14.7%
The first debuff reducing DR by 3.8%...
The second debuff reducing DR by 4.4%...
The third debuff reducing the DR by 5.4%...
So when one considers all the possible DR debuffs...it could get pretty heinous? It's tough, because we've only got the positive DRR/DRM formula. So can't really tell what happens to the damage  is it a case of ignoring the negative and treating it as a buff to damage?
Like the DRR of 40 above being DR of 28.3%...would a DRR of 40 be +28.3% damage instead of 28.3% damage? Thus maintaining diminishing returns? Or is it something else entirely?
If so, would that also apply to the DRR debuffs? That at a certain point, the stacked debuffs would no longer be resisted...but actually buffed?