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# How do formulas and Potent. % work?

## General MapleStory Forum Talk about MapleStory in general

Hello Basil, How does % in potent work?
Say I have 3% Luk and my base luk is 100 what would the total be?
Also NL's how does the % work?
Ex.) In Chaos people are saying TT is being nerfed? Like 3XX% How would u find that >.<?
Posted: June 2011 Permalink

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Total Luk * x, x being multiplier based on %.

With 3% only, it's 100 x 1.03 so 103 Luk.

Kinda obvious if you ask me.

Potential % effects TOTAL, not just BASE.
Jun 25 2011
Level 210 Scania Blade Master
I think TT30 is getting buffed by 30% more damage.
Jun 25 2011
Total Luk * x, x being multiplier based on %.

With 3% only, it's 100 x 1.03 so 103 Luk.

Kinda obvious if you ask me.

Potential % effects TOTAL[/quote]

fixed again
Jun 25 2011
le fixed[/quote]

Potential effects total of the specific stat, unless your using All Stat%. Your probably mixing it up with Maple Warrior, which only effects your Base.

My proof? My DB has %All Stat/%Str gear. He has 4 Base Str. If I take off that %All Stat gear, I lose Str even though the equip with the %All Stat doesn't even haven any Base Str to begin with. How could I have lost Str? It's because the All Stat % Potential is giving me Str based on my total, which is around 9X iirc.
Jun 25 2011
edit:nvm.
Jun 25 2011
So if I have 100 luk and have 3% luk would gain 3% of 100
And how would do that >.<?
Jun 25 2011
100 base luk * 1,03 percent luk = 103 luk
Jun 25 2011
Well, on my BaM(BaLolMage), I have around 60% INT, and a lot of +INT from equips. I take my base INT and multiply it by 1.6 and I add my +INT to that and I get the amount of INT I have with all my equips on.[/quote]

Where did you get the 1.6?
Shouldnt it be your int plus your equips multiplied* by 60% of that?
Jun 25 2011
edit:nvm
Jun 25 2011
So if I have 100 luk and have 3% luk would gain 3% of 100
And how would do that >.<?[/quote]

Multiple 3% which is .03 to 100. You get 3. Then you add that 3 to 100, and thus 103. It's easier to just multiply 1.03. (The 1.00 is your original + the .03 which is you 3%, so if you had 45%, it'd be 1.45 as the multiplier.)
Jun 25 2011
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