Originally Posted by Jono
That WAS solid evidence.
I think I understand what you want me to explain to you now.
She had 400 luck, devide by 15 thats 26% add 2% she has 28% that means almost 1 in 3 should be crit (presuming luck gave crit). But anyway...
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When critical is front and they overlap perfectly cant tell whats in back, could be another crit anything.
she does 23% however look at the mobs names, they are grey
. Take off w/e crit rate you have and luck items and go hit grey mobs see how many criticals you get; do the math what the % chance for that is using his formula. If anything I think the girl there is very unlucky. Of course there is the posibilty its true I just find it very unlikely. I also do not buy tests that have no control sample; get a warrior with far less luck or remove the luck, does it still have the same %, why dint she do the math for that? would it not be important to know if the test is valid.
There would be one way to prove it if its true, get a blader dump luck on him like crazy take him to a lvl5 guild buff with nerver overdrive and use food to buff luck even more get him to w/e else gives luck in the game, then go to a mob his level and use berserker drive (+25% crit rate at lv10); at around lv170 (maybe) that should be enough to get close to 100% crit rate (if luck gave crit rate), so if he hits everything with, crit 15 luck = crit rate is right , otherwise its wrong.