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    Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    As you have probably read, if you are following the changes in the combat system, in the expansion there are some significant changes to how combat damage is calculated.

    Most of these changes "come out in the wash," as it were, but this post is an attempt to explain a few of the changes as they pertain to LM.

    Tactical Damage Rank on Staves

    One big change is that melee DPS is fixed on staves, and cannot be ranked up by adding legacy points. Instead, all staves get a Tactical Damage Rank (TDR) legacy which functions very similarly to the DPS rating on a melee or ranged weapon. This legacy can be ranked, and affects the damage of our tactical skills.

    LM's below Level 50, without a legendary staff, have a TDR equal to their character level, I believe. I have not studied how low-level LM skill damage changes, so I won't discuss this case further.

    An LM above Level 50 wielding a non-legendary staff has a TDR of 50. Otherwise, your TDR is determined by the rank of corresponding legacy on your staff. These legacies start at TDR 1 (for LIs around Level 50) and go up to TDR 18 (Level 65 3rd Age). I have not seen a Level 65 2nd Age, but the maximum TDR rank is probably 19 or 20 on those.

    The TDR Rank on your LI should be added to 50. Thus, with a maxed L65 Third Age (TDR18), your TDR is 68. This is shown on your character panel, near melee weapon DPS.

    The legacy point costs to rank up TDR are identical to the costs to rank up melee DPS on staves now. You can max the TDR once the item is at least Level 22.

    TDR and Tactical Skill Base Damage

    All of our tactical skills now do variable damage based on the TDR of our staff. Again, this is quite similar to melee and ranged skills, which usually have a tooltip which reads something like "Main-hand Weapon + X damage". (However note that in SoM, the tooltips have been simplified to list only the minimum and maximum damage, taking into account relevant bonuses).

    TDR is equivalent to "Main-hand Weapon". Our skills appear to have a component which scales with the TDR, and a constant component. Adding one rank of TDR adds a fixed amount of damage to a given skill. In other words, going from Rank 10 to Rank 11 adds exactly as much damage as going from Rank 17 to Rank 18. All skills also have a fixed component which does not depend on the TDR. Thus, TDR rank does not correspond to a percentage increase in damage, rather each rank provides a fixed bonus to the base skill damage (although this bonus is different skill-to-skill). For example, each rank of TDR adds roughly 2.5 points to the base damage of Burning Embers, but adds about 8 points to the base damage of Ents.

    Another change from Mines of Moria is that our Tactical Skills do not do fixed damage, but have a range between a minimum and maximum. This range appears to be a fairly constant +/-17.5% of the average for all skills.

    To develop a model of how various bonuses stack, in what follows, I will call the damage determined from the TDR the "Base Skill Damage", B.

    The Base Skill Damage is calculated as:

    B = C*(TDR) + D

    where C and D are different for every skill, and TDR is the Tactical Damage Rank determined by your level or your staff. C and D may be dependent on character level as well; I have only studied a Level 65 Lore-masters.

    Oddly, the *initial* damage from SoB:W and SoB:WF does not seem to be affected by the TDR, but DoT from these skills and Burning Embers *is* increased by the TDR.

    Tactical Offense Rating

    Tactical Damage Rating is analogous to a melee or ranged weapon's DPS rating. A completely separate (but also new) concept is the Tactical Offense Rating (TOR). TOR is analogous to the new Melee Offense and Ranged Offense Ratings in SoM.

    All three of these Offense Ratings are increased by stats.

    Might -> Melee Offense Rating
    Agility -> Ranged Offense Rating
    Will -> Tactical Offense Rating

    For LMs, each point of Will adds 10 points to your TOR.

    In addition, gear and relics can add to your Tactical Offense Rating. The Adamant Gem of Dreams, for example, no longer says "+5% Tactical Damage," it says "+1200 Tactical Offense Rating".

    At Level 65, 260 Tactical Offense Rating points are *roughly* equivalent to +1% Tactical Damage. There are diminishing returns, but they are not particularly painful.

    Other bonuses to Tactical Damage stack with the bonus from your TOR in an additive fashion. For instance, the 3/5 bonus for MoNF adds 5% directly to this bonus (it is not a rating and therefore not subject to any cap). Your character panel shows your TOR and the overall percentage bonus to tactical damage.

    The net tactical damage bonus T is a percentage multiplicative factor to the base skill damage B. I will call this Modified Base Skill Damage, M. Then

    M = B * (1 + T) = (C * (TDR) + D) * (1 + T)

    Skill Damage Bonuses and Tactical Direct Damage Legacy

    Other bonuses may apply to specific skills or sets of skills. For instance, you may have a legacy that increases Burning Embers Initial Damage by X%, a Y% bonus to Fire Damage Skills from Flame of Anor, MoNF set bonuses and/or the Watcher set bonus, and a Z% bonus from the Tactical Direct Damage legacy. These bonuses generally do *not* appear anywhere on your character panel.

    Each of these bonuses appears to stack additively, but separately from the tactical damage bonus.

    The Final damage F which hits the target (and is subject to mitigation) in this case would be:

    F = M * (1 + X + Y + Z)

    or

    F = B * (1 + T ) * (1 + X + Y + Z)

    or

    F = (C * (TDR) + D) * (1 + T) * (1 + X + Y + Z)

    To summarize this final equation:

    F: Final damage
    TDR: Tactical Damage Rank of staff
    C: TDR-dependent damage component of skill
    D: TDR-independent damage component of skill
    T: Tactical damage bonuses from MoNF, Tactical Offense Rating gear, and Will
    X, Y, Z: Fire damage bonuses, skill-specific bonuses and Tactical Direct Damage legacy

    Healing Skills

    I haven't studied in nearly as much detail, but I strongly suspect our healing skills work in a similar fashion, but of course they are affected by different ratings and bonuses.

    In particular, it is worth noting that the amount of power transfered by Share the Power now depends on your Outgoing Healing Rating (and thus, your Will) and also on the Tactical Healing Rank legacy on your book. There is also a new staff legacy that gives a % bonus to Share the Power.

    Will is therefore much more important now for a performant build, whether in a support role or DPSing.

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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Dang, nice work LD, I'll have to reread again when I'm not falling asleep.
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    I'm a little tired to read all of this right now, but it will be thoroughly read tomorrow. Thank you very much for the work put into this, very curious about some of the new mechanics
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    Excelent job clearing that up.

    This should stickied.
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    If I'm reading this correctly, then it sounds as though if we stack will, we will be more viable healers than before, and our power sharing capabilities will be expanded.

    Is that correct?

    It also sounds as though Melee DPS doesn't contribute nearly as much as it does in MoM, so the KoA Flank-n-Tank playstyle will be reduced in effectiveness.

    Are there any changes to KoA skills to increase pet damage to make up for the loss of Melee DPS in this playstyle?
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenhall View Post
    If I'm reading this correctly, then it sounds as though if we stack will, we will be more viable healers than before, and our power sharing capabilities will be expanded.

    Is that correct?

    It also sounds as though Melee DPS doesn't contribute nearly as much as it does in MoM, so the KoA Flank-n-Tank playstyle will be reduced in effectiveness.

    Are there any changes to KoA skills to increase pet damage to make up for the loss of Melee DPS in this playstyle?
    I didn't test at 65, but Staff DPS damage is auto-ranked to maximum. You only need to rank the TDR. Melee is still a big part of our solo damage. Tank'n'Flank is as viable as ever.
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    Wow, thanks Laguna!
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenhall View Post
    If I'm reading this correctly, then it sounds as though if we stack will, we will be more viable healers than before, and our power sharing capabilities will be expanded.

    Is that correct?
    All skills (damage and heals) have been re-scaled, I think, because they assume you will have a fair amount of Will. So it is not like you get a huge bonus on top of what we already do.

    But yes, it is possible to improve your healing and power sharing ability through stacking Will, putting points into the Tactical Healing Rank on your book, and using the new staff (Share the Power) and book (Beacon of Hope) legacies that give percentage bonuses to those skills.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenhall View Post
    It also sounds as though Melee DPS doesn't contribute nearly as much as it does in MoM, so the KoA Flank-n-Tank playstyle will be reduced in effectiveness.
    There is no evidence of that from parsing. You will do more auto-attacks now, if in melee range, and the damage range of your melee weapons will be higher. Basically your staff comes with the melee damage already ranked up to high value (70.3 DPS for a L65 Third Age, 75.7 DPS, IIRC, for a L65 Second Age) without putting in any points.

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    Thanks for clarifying. So this is a net gain in the usability of our LI points, and we can actually increase our capabilities in the roles of DPS or Healing/Power sharing. Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galahadur View Post
    I didn't test at 65, but Staff DPS damage is auto-ranked to maximum.
    That is not correct, lvl 65 3rd age staves have either 63 or 70 DPS - it is bugged currently, they show different DPS ratings on AH or in mailbox vs in bags or equipped. lvl 65 3rd age 2-handers with DPS legacy max at 81 DPS though - a big difference. In addition, our might contribution to melee damage is small, 1/3 only.

    I ran around on my LM in beta again last night and recorded crit damage on Staff Strike vs same-level mobs. With identical gear and traits, my SS damage is down around 17-18%.

    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaD View Post
    You will do more auto-attacks now
    Those LMs who queue their skills around autoattacks, i.e. let them happen, will not do more autoattacks in SoM.

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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    /Cuts face off with glass

    Sorry dude this seems a little too much like work or school, but if its what makes you happy more power to ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenhall View Post
    If I'm reading this correctly, then it sounds as though if we stack will, we will be more viable healers than before, and our power sharing capabilities will be expanded.

    Is that correct?

    It also sounds as though Melee DPS doesn't contribute nearly as much as it does in MoM, so the KoA Flank-n-Tank playstyle will be reduced in effectiveness.

    Are there any changes to KoA skills to increase pet damage to make up for the loss of Melee DPS in this playstyle?
    I noticed a small drop in melee damage, but nothing earth-shaking. I think this is a small stealth buff to Nature's Fury LMs and tiny nerf to melee centric types. It sounds worse than it is though. I can't really parse a direct comparison to because my LM is 63 now, but I can say that my typical solo fights don't really last much longer and it was only a problem in one area in Mirkeaves with a really fast respawn.

    As Laguna points out staves have a static damage on them so you don't have to put legacy points in them. Legacies and points seem to have been adjusted as well so I wouldn't say that's a huge buff. For example SS cooldown is 4 tiers on live for -5 sec, on BR it has 9 tiers still maxing out at -5 sec with small increments in between.

    My Reforged 2nd Age staff went from this on live:
    96 - 131

    to this on BR:
    111 - 185

    I have 157 might on Live with 4.7% melee crit. On BR I have 4.3% melee crit, 129 might that produces 387 offensive rating for 16.5% melee offense (I'm not sure what the percent on offense actually signifies).

    With Will affecting my tactical skills and the tactical offensive legacy I'm doing better damage with my skills. Without the ability to gather meaningful data between Live and BR to back up my claim I will say that I feel it's a wash. If I had a great Nature's Fury staff (My staff isn't great. It has -5 SS c/d, + Burning Embers range, and +% Burning Embers initial damage) I would probably see a decent damage increase over Live.

    It's important to look at the bigger picture when considering the melee nerf.

    Also thanks to Laguna for working some math out.
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    So I'm guessing it will be far easier to get tactical damage up now? After all, LMs get a huge wisdom buff... I already have 576 will (with the will buff up) without even looking for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrandiul110 View Post
    So I'm guessing it will be far easier to get tactical damage up now? After all, LMs get a huge wisdom buff... I already have 576 will (with the will buff up) without even looking for it.
    Well, as I mentioned (maybe in a different thread) they have adjusted the skills based on the assumption that tactical classes have a fair amount of Will. But our tactical damage is still very respectable.

    At Level 65, with a 3rd Age Staff which only has Tactical Direct Damage ranked about halfway up, and without a Symbol of Tactics crafted relic in my book (+1.5% Tactical damage) I get:

    Burning Embers: 428-611 (519.5 average), +126-180 DoT
    Ents: 968-1383 (1175 average)

    I am pretty sure these numbers could go as much as 10% higher with better legendaries.

    On Live (Level 60, obv), with same basic gear and traits, but much better (L60) staff and book:

    Burning Embers: 456, +112 DoT
    Ents: 1137

    Another thing to note is that our crits should be higher than on Live, due to our skills now having a range instead of a fixed damage value. Critical damage seems to be based off the high-end, not the average value (as with melee/ranged weapons).

    On the test server, I am at 10.0% Tactical Critical Chance without especially stacking for it. With a second Symbol of Tactics for my book, I would be around 11.5%. And that does not include the legacy bonus to Fire Skills Critical Rating either (another +1.5% or so on those skills).

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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaD View Post
    Another thing to note is that our crits should be higher than on Live, due to our skills now having a range instead of a fixed damage value. Critical damage seems to be based off the high-end, not the average value (as with melee/ranged weapons).
    I see this getting hit by the balance hammer in the future to bring it inline with melee/ranged.
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    very happy with the changes tactical dmg ftw
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by Bedelian View Post
    very happy with the changes tactical dmg ftw
    I do like almost all of the changes as well, but not the addition of ranges. It brings it into line w/ mele and ranged damage but in my mind the less random combat is the better.
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    yeah this is true, you would always be confident that your attacks would do a certain amount of damage
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by FyreBrand View Post
    I see this getting hit by the balance hammer in the future to bring it inline with melee/ranged.
    I may have confused you with poor wording. Melee and Ranged criticals have always been based off the maximum damage of a skill. In SoM, Tactical criticals will work the same way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaD View Post
    I may have confused you with poor wording. Melee and Ranged criticals have always been based off the maximum damage of a skill. In SoM, Tactical criticals will work the same way.
    Yes you did! Don't do that. I'm easily confused as it is.
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    Thank you Laguna for this post.
    Great info!
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    Yeah the bi question on my mind is how far do i rank this legacy factoring in that it may take away points from other important legacies.
    Becomes a very important question for my RK.

    The last two ranks are 54 and 70 points iirc, thats a lot of points i could spend elsewhere.

    any thoughts laguna?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaD View Post
    Tactical Offense Rating

    At Level 65, 260 Tactical Offense Rating points are *roughly* equivalent to +1% Tactical Damage. There are diminishing returns, but they are not particularly painful.
    Great summary.

    I am curious how you tested TOR with respect to your statement that DR wasn't "particularily painful". In addition to my main calculations, I tested ToR, but only briefly and at lower LVL (61). I found it to be more noticeable than you mentioned.

    I am just curious why our conclusions were different.
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    Re: Tactical Damage mechanics in SoM

    Quote Originally Posted by wyldcyde View Post
    Yeah the bi question on my mind is how far do i rank this legacy factoring in that it may take away points from other important legacies.
    Becomes a very important question for my RK.

    The last two ranks are 54 and 70 points iirc, thats a lot of points i could spend elsewhere.
    Each rank of the new "Tactical DPS" legacy adds 2.5-7 points of damage to the base* damage of the skill.

    The specific numbers I found are:

    Burning Embers, Cracked Earth, Gust of Wind, Test of Will, Storm-Lore: 2.52
    Sticky Gourd: 3.36
    LotRD, Lightning Storm: 5.04
    Ents: 6.72

    Did not tabulate Improved Sticky Gourd. For the SoB's, it has very, very small effects.

    (*)

    Base damage means the damage before any other modifications/bonuses, including Will/Tactical Offense Rating, set bonuses, etc. So the effects of the Tactical Damage Rank get scaled up depending on how you are spec'ed. 2.5 points with 0 TOR and no other bonuses is probably more like 5 points with a fully-kitted build, and 7-10 points on criticals.

    A decent general rule of thumb, I would say, is that each rank is worth approximately +1.5%.

    One major difference is that crafted staves like the True Golden Wood Staff will do *significantly* less tactical damage. In addition to lacking legacies and relics, crafted staves (even those with Minimum Level 60) appear to have Tactical Damage Rank = 50, which is 18 levels below the maximum on a L65 Third Age.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorvaldheimdal View Post
    I am curious how you tested TOR with respect to your statement that DR wasn't "particularily painful". In addition to my main calculations, I tested ToR, but only briefly and at lower LVL (61). I found it to be more noticeable than you mentioned.

    I am just curious why our conclusions were different.
    Well, I did a least squares fit between TOR = 750 and 9690.

    The best fit for the conversion between TOR and +% is:

    Tactical Bonus(%) = 0.251*(TOR/Level) - 0.000583*(TOR/Level)^2 + 8.68E-7*(TOR/Level)^3

    This is consistent with the formula used for Melee/Ranged/Tactical Critical Chance and B/P/E. In MoM, I estimated this as

    Critical Chance(%) = 0.25*(Rating/Level) - 0.0005*(Rating/Level)^2

    This gives quite good agreement in SoM, but the cubic term seems necessary to describe the data to within 0.1% over the whole range.

    For example, using my MoM formula, the Tactical Bonus at Will = 650/TOR = 6500 should be exactly 20.0%. But the in-game tooltip gives 20.1%. Basically we never got high enough ratings to go beyond 15% crit chance/BPE in MoM, and the cubic term only starts to show up at very high rating values.

    So anyway, the second term is the "diminishing returns", and it is fairly small as you can see.

    At TOR = 0, +260 rating points = ~+1%
    At TOR = 6500 (~20% bonus), +325 rating points = ~ +1%

    So it is certainly not negligible, but I would say they are not especially severe, either.

    Visually, the diminishing returns correspond to the departure of this curve from a straight line:

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    I believe I have some incorrect data after about 140 Rating.




    EDIT: I believe you are correct, the DR isn't as noticeable as I had previously found. My data for 100 rating plus must have been calculated with some change in gear/stats. That is good news!
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