Talk:Rating to percentage formula
some remarks about adding information to this page and copying data to elsewhere
This page is mainly about calculations and a lot of useful data. If you want to add some particular knowledge about mitigation for instance, then please change the page for Mitigation instead.
Secondly, I've seen numbers re-appearing elsewhere in wiki, which are the same as provided on this page. I don't think it's very wise to do because it makes it difficult to manage when these numbers change in future updates. The only places where I update information is on this page and Stat Caps. I would suggest to refer to Stat Caps as much as possible. --Gisel Avaleazar (talk) 12:44, 21 April 2016 (UTC)
The numbers for Critical Defense and Avoidances have a Pcap listed. However, the graphs for these don't reflect this. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mumra17 (Contribs • User Talk • Email) at 12 Sep 2017.
- Avoidances: because Pcap for partial avoidance mitigation is so high that in practice it's impossible to reach. It would only ruin details of the other two graphs if it was included.
- Critical Defense: kind of the same reason with the difference that this curve is not hard capped and will continue to rise endlessly. The graph shows the curve for sensible rating numbers.
- --Gisel Avaleazar (talk) 00:17, 14 September 2017 (UTC)