-x% to hit chance
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Member # 3327
written Tuesday, January 2 2007 05:42
Some armour provides a -x% to hit chance. I had always assumed that this meant that it is a penalty that reduces your "to hit" probability, esp since some weapons and armour have a +x% to hit chance.
Is that correct, or is it the other way round (ie it reduces enemies' chance of hitting you?)
Posts: 77 | Registered: Sunday, August 10 2003 07:00
Member # 5754
written Tuesday, January 2 2007 06:45
I could be wrong, but I think it reduces your hit chance. Logically, if you are wearing heavy armour, it would be harder to hit your enemies.
[ Tuesday, January 02, 2007 06:46: Message edited by: Kyrek ]
Posts: 626 | Registered: Monday, April 25 2005 07:00
Member # 7
written Tuesday, January 2 2007 08:27
That's correct - the armor reduces your to-hit %. But really it has such a small effect because you can build up your to-hit% really easily.
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Member # 6785
written Tuesday, January 2 2007 17:15
There are a few items, mostly swords, that provide to hit bonuses.
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