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==Warrior==
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== Hero attributes ==
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The Hero/ine has various attributes that can evolve during his/her exploration of the [[Dungeon]]:
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* [[Experience]]/[[Level]]
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* [[Health]]
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* [[Hunger]]
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* [[Strength]]
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* [[Speed]]
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* [[Awareness]]
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* [[Surprise attack]]
   
Strength = 11 at start
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== Warrior ==
Potion of Strength Identified at Start
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* Potion of Strength identified at the start
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* Starting Strength = 11
   
===Berserker===
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=== Berserker ===
When the damage done by a [[Furious]] warrior is caculated, the damage rolled by the weapon is multiplied by 1.5 rounded down.
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When the damage done by a [[Furious]] Warrior is calculated, the damage rolled by the weapon is multiplied by 1.5 rounded down.
   
The [[Furious]] buff is applied when the Hero's damage reduces the Hero's health below 0.4 of the Hero's total health.
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The [[Furious]] buff is applied when the Hero's damage input reduces the Hero's health below 0.4 of the Hero's total health.
   
===Gladiator===
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=== Gladiator ===
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{{Main|Combo}}
   
TODO
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If the Hero hits an enemy 3 or more times in a row, each of his hits will be more powerful than the previous, with the damage multiplier increasing by 0.2 each time. The 1{{st}} two hits have their damage multiplied by 1 (i.e. no change), while the 3{{rd}} hit is multiplied by 1.2, the 4{{th}} by 1.4, the 5{{th}} by 1.6, etc.
   
==Mage==
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However, the number of turns between successful hits, in order to keep the buff active, is decreasing. There should be, at most, 1.1 turns between the 1{{st}} and 2{{nd}} successful hit, 1.1 turns again between the 2{{nd}} and 3{{rd}}, 1.01 between the 3{{rd}} and 4{{th}}, 0.91 between the 4{{th}} and 5{{th}}, 0.81 between the 5{{th}} and 6{{th}}, etc. A fast-enough weapon allows to keep the buff active, even in case of dodged hit, as long as the maximum delay between successful hits is met.
*Increased wand recharge rate: formula unknownss
 
*Scroll of Identify identified at start
 
*Can weild wands as melee
 
*TODO: Find the formula for increase in wand charging rate. Find the formula for Melee Wand Damage<br />
 
   
===Battlemage===
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As there should be a negative time (-0.09 turns) between the 14{{th}} and 15{{th}} successful hits, a 14-hit combo is the absolute maximum attainable hit. Reaching the 14-hit combo requires an attack speed of 100 (as maximum delay between the 13{{th}} and 14{{th}} successful hits is 0.01 turns), which can be reached only with a [[Knuckleduster]] (speed = 2) and [[Ring of Haste|haste level]] of at least 42 (speed multiplier > 50), which is, in practice, impossible, even with [[Hero's remains]]. Haste level of 16 is enough for reaching 13-hit combos with a Knuckleduster.
   
*Does more damage with wielded wands: Amount unknown
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== Mage ==
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* Increased wand recharge rate: {{Code|40/sqrt(wandLevel+1)}} per charge
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* Scroll of Identify identified at start
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* Can wield wands as melee
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* Formula for wand melee damage is the same for all wands:
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** Minimum Damage: 1 + wandLevel/3
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** Maximum Damage: (minDamage<sup>2 </sup>- minDamage + 10)/2
   
*Gains 1 wand charge on melee hit with that wand.
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{| class="article-table" border="1"
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|-
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! Level !! Melee damage
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|-
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| 0 || {{Triangular range|1|5}}
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|-
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| 1 || {{Triangular range|1|6}}
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|-
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| 2 || {{Triangular range|1|7}}
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|-
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| 3 || {{Triangular range|2|9}}
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|-
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| 4 || {{Triangular range|2|10}}
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|-
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| 5 || {{Triangular range|2|11}}
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|-
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| 6 || {{Triangular range|3|14}}
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|-
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| 7 || {{Triangular range|3|15}}
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|-
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| 8 || {{Triangular range|3|16}}
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|-
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| 9 || {{Triangular range|4|20}}
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|-
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| 10 || {{Triangular range|4|21}}
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|-
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| 11 || {{Triangular range|4|22}}
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|-
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| 12 || {{Triangular range|5|27}}
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|-
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| 13 || {{Triangular range|5|28}}
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|-
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| 14 || {{Triangular range|5|29}}
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|-
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| 15 || {{Triangular range|6|35}}
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|}
   
*TODO: Find formula for damage of wielded wands, esp. as function of level
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=== Battlemage ===
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* He does more damage with wielded wands. The additional damage is equal to the current number of charges in the wielded wand and ignores armor.
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* It gains 1 wand charge on a melee hit with that wand. (As of {{Update|1.6.1b}}, melee hits dealing zero damage do not restore wand charges. The Battlemage's bonus damage is '''not''' included in this calculation.)
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* Notes:
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** The base wand damage is the same as for other Mages (see above.)
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** The bonus damage is calculated after the wand charges.
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* '''Fix/Remove Table Below.'''
   
===Warlock===
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{| border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="article-table" style="width: 500px;" width="226"
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|+Effects of Wand Level on Battlemage Damage
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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! class="xl24" height="20" scope="col" style="height: 15pt; width: 30pt;" width="40" |Level
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! class="xl24" scope="col" style="width: 42pt;" width="56" |Charges
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! class="xl24" scope="col" style="width: 98pt;" width="130" |Melee damage
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |0
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| align="right" class="xl24" |2
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| class="xl24" |3 — 7 (5 ±1.06)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |1
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| align="right" class="xl24" |3
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| class="xl24" |4 — 9 (6.5 ±1.26)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |2
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| align="right" class="xl24" |4
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| class="xl24" |5 — 11 (8 ±1.46)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |3
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| align="right" class="xl24" |5
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| class="xl24" |7 — 14 (10.5 ±1.66)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |4
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| align="right" class="xl24" |6
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| class="xl24" |8 — 16 (12 ±1.86)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |5
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| align="right" class="xl24" |7
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| class="xl24" |9 — 18 (13.5 ±2.06)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |6
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| align="right" class="xl24" |8
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| class="xl24" |11 — 22 (16.5 ±2.47)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |7
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |12 — 24 (18 ±2.67)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |8
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |12 — 25 (18.5 ±2.87)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |9
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |13 — 29 (21 ±3.48)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |10
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |13 — 30 (21.5 ±3.69)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |11
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |13 — 31 (22 ±3.89)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |12
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |14 — 36 (25 ±4.7)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |13
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |14 — 37 (25.5 ±4.91)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |14
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |14 — 38 (26 ±5.11)
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|- style="height:15.0pt" height="20"
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| align="right" class="xl24" height="20" style="height:15.0pt" |15
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| align="right" class="xl24" |9
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| class="xl24" |15 — 44 (29.5 ±6.13)
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|}
   
*Every kill that generates XP
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=== Warlock ===
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* For every kill that generates XP, the Warlock:
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** satisfies hunger by 10 points (starving = 300 points) and
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** gains health based on floor level: {{Code|1+(Dungeon.depth-1)/5}}.
   
*Reduces hunger by 10 points (starving = 300 points)
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== Rogue ==
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* He gets hungry slower: increases the hunger counter every 12 turns (instead of 10).
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* He has the ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons.
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* He's more likely to detect traps (see [[Awareness|Awareness Table]]).
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* He has a Dodge bonus: increase the Dodge stat by adding (hero strength - current armor strength requirement).
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* The Scroll of Magic Mapping is identified at the start.
   
*Gains health: Function of XP. Function unknown.
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=== Free Runner ===
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* When he's unencumbered (not wearing armor that exceeds the Strength level) and not starving, the speed is multiplied by 1.6 for certain actions:
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** walking speed,
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** Mirror Image swap speed, and
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** armor equip/unequip speed.
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* (As of {{Update|1.7.0}}) he has a Doubled Dodge rate while running.
   
==Rogue==
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=== Assassin ===
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* [[Game mechanics/Attacking#Surprise attack|Surprise Attacks]] statistically deals ≈50% more damage.
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** The bonus damage is equal to {{Range|1|(damageRoll-1)}}.
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*** {{Code|damageRoll}} is calculated ''after'' damage is reduced by the enemy's armor (so the more damage the equipped weapon can do, the more beneficial this perk is).
   
Get hungry slower: increases hunger counter every 12 turns instead of 10)<br />• Ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons<br />• More likely to detect traps: formula unknown<br />• Dodge bonus: increase Dodge stat by adding (hero strength - current armor strength requirement)<br />• Scroll of Magic Mapping identified at start
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== Huntress ==
===Free Runner===
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* The Heroine's starting HP = 15
Runs twice as fast as regular hero when unencumbered (not wearing armor that is too heavy and not starving)
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* The HP gained from dewdrops is +1.
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* She starts with the Boomerang, an upgradeable ranged weapon.
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* The Boomerang's damage is increased by 1 every time it's upgraded.
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* She has the ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons.
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* The Strength requirement of the Boomerang is not decreased by upgrading it.
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** A [[Huntress]] will obtain an extra {{Range|0|(heroineStrength-requiredStrength)}} damage points per throw.
   
===Assassin===
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=== Warden ===
Sneak Attacks do more damage: formula unknown
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* When the Heroine moves onto a tile with a plant grown from a seed on it, the Heroine has a {{Code|1/5}} chance of harvesting a dewdrop and a {{Code|1/5}} chance of a [[Seed/probabilities|random]] seed.
==Huntress==
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* When Warden tramples a high grass tile, she receives (or renews) the Barkskin buff.
HP gained from dewdrops is +1<br />• Starts with Boomerang, an upgradeable ranged weapon<br />• Strength requirement of boomerang not decreased by upgrading<br />• +1 to boomerang damage<br />• Ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons<br />• Major Bug: When boomerang is equipped as a melee weapon and then thrown the boomerang will no longer return to the huntress when an enemy dodges it<br />• Hero starting HP = 15
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** Barkskin increases her armor by {{Code|maxHP/3}}, but with every turn, this bonus is decreased by 1.
===Warden===
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When hero moves onto a tile with a plant grown from a seed on it, hero has a {{Code|1/5}} chance of harvesting a dewdrops and a {{Code|1/5}} chance of a [[Seed/probabilities|random]] seed.
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=== Sniper ===
===Sniper===
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* Her attacks with ranged weapons ignore the enemy's armor.
Deals increased damage with ranged weapons: Formula unknown
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* The [[Zeroed in|Zeroed-in]] buff doubles the ranged attack speed for every attack after the first (on the same target).
 
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[[Category:Hero attributes]]

Latest revision as of 04:50, December 29, 2015

Hero attributes Edit

The Hero/ine has various attributes that can evolve during his/her exploration of the Dungeon:

Warrior Edit

  • Potion of Strength identified at the start
  • Starting Strength = 11

Berserker Edit

When the damage done by a Furious Warrior is calculated, the damage rolled by the weapon is multiplied by 1.5 rounded down.

The Furious buff is applied when the Hero's damage input reduces the Hero's health below 0.4 of the Hero's total health.

Gladiator Edit

Main article: Combo

If the Hero hits an enemy 3 or more times in a row, each of his hits will be more powerful than the previous, with the damage multiplier increasing by 0.2 each time. The 1st two hits have their damage multiplied by 1 (i.e. no change), while the 3rd hit is multiplied by 1.2, the 4th by 1.4, the 5th by 1.6, etc.

However, the number of turns between successful hits, in order to keep the buff active, is decreasing. There should be, at most, 1.1 turns between the 1st and 2nd successful hit, 1.1 turns again between the 2nd and 3rd, 1.01 between the 3rd and 4th, 0.91 between the 4th and 5th, 0.81 between the 5th and 6th, etc. A fast-enough weapon allows to keep the buff active, even in case of dodged hit, as long as the maximum delay between successful hits is met.

As there should be a negative time (-0.09 turns) between the 14th and 15th successful hits, a 14-hit combo is the absolute maximum attainable hit. Reaching the 14-hit combo requires an attack speed of 100 (as maximum delay between the 13th and 14th successful hits is 0.01 turns), which can be reached only with a Knuckleduster (speed = 2) and haste level of at least 42 (speed multiplier > 50), which is, in practice, impossible, even with Hero's remains. Haste level of 16 is enough for reaching 13-hit combos with a Knuckleduster.

Mage Edit

  • Increased wand recharge rate: 40/sqrt(wandLevel+1) per charge
  • Scroll of Identify identified at start
  • Can wield wands as melee
  • Formula for wand melee damage is the same for all wands:
    • Minimum Damage: 1 + wandLevel/3
    • Maximum Damage: (minDamage2 - minDamage + 10)/2
Level Melee damage
0 1 to 5 (3 ±1.06)
1 1 to 6 (3.5 ±1.26)
2 1 to 7 (4 ±1.46)
3 2 to 9 (5.5 ±1.66)
4 2 to 10 (6 ±1.86)
5 2 to 11 (6.5 ±2.06)
6 3 to 14 (8.5 ±2.47)
7 3 to 15 (9 ±2.67)
8 3 to 16 (9.5 ±2.87)
9 4 to 20 (12 ±3.48)
10 4 to 21 (12.5 ±3.69)
11 4 to 22 (13 ±3.89)
12 5 to 27 (16 ±4.7)
13 5 to 28 (16.5 ±4.91)
14 5 to 29 (17 ±5.11)
15 6 to 35 (20.5 ±6.13)

Battlemage Edit

  • He does more damage with wielded wands. The additional damage is equal to the current number of charges in the wielded wand and ignores armor.
  • It gains 1 wand charge on a melee hit with that wand. (As of Update 1.6.1b, melee hits dealing zero damage do not restore wand charges. The Battlemage's bonus damage is not included in this calculation.)
  • Notes:
    • The base wand damage is the same as for other Mages (see above.)
    • The bonus damage is calculated after the wand charges.
  • Fix/Remove Table Below.
Effects of Wand Level on Battlemage Damage
Level Charges Melee damage
0 2 3 — 7 (5 ±1.06)
1 3 4 — 9 (6.5 ±1.26)
2 4 5 — 11 (8 ±1.46)
3 5 7 — 14 (10.5 ±1.66)
4 6 8 — 16 (12 ±1.86)
5 7 9 — 18 (13.5 ±2.06)
6 8 11 — 22 (16.5 ±2.47)
7 9 12 — 24 (18 ±2.67)
8 9 12 — 25 (18.5 ±2.87)
9 9 13 — 29 (21 ±3.48)
10 9 13 — 30 (21.5 ±3.69)
11 9 13 — 31 (22 ±3.89)
12 9 14 — 36 (25 ±4.7)
13 9 14 — 37 (25.5 ±4.91)
14 9 14 — 38 (26 ±5.11)
15 9 15 — 44 (29.5 ±6.13)

Warlock Edit

  • For every kill that generates XP, the Warlock:
    • satisfies hunger by 10 points (starving = 300 points) and
    • gains health based on floor level: 1+(Dungeon.depth-1)/5.

Rogue Edit

  • He gets hungry slower: increases the hunger counter every 12 turns (instead of 10).
  • He has the ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons.
  • He's more likely to detect traps (see Awareness Table).
  • He has a Dodge bonus: increase the Dodge stat by adding (hero strength - current armor strength requirement).
  • The Scroll of Magic Mapping is identified at the start.

Free Runner Edit

  • When he's unencumbered (not wearing armor that exceeds the Strength level) and not starving, the speed is multiplied by 1.6 for certain actions:
    • walking speed,
    • Mirror Image swap speed, and
    • armor equip/unequip speed.
  • (As of Update 1.7.0) he has a Doubled Dodge rate while running.

Assassin Edit

  • Surprise Attacks statistically deals ≈50% more damage.
    • The bonus damage is equal to 1 to (damageRoll-1).
      • damageRoll is calculated after damage is reduced by the enemy's armor (so the more damage the equipped weapon can do, the more beneficial this perk is).

Huntress Edit

  • The Heroine's starting HP = 15
  • The HP gained from dewdrops is +1.
  • She starts with the Boomerang, an upgradeable ranged weapon.
  • The Boomerang's damage is increased by 1 every time it's upgraded.
  • She has the ability to wield ranged weapons as consumable melee weapons.
  • The Strength requirement of the Boomerang is not decreased by upgrading it.
    • A Huntress will obtain an extra 0 to (heroineStrength-requiredStrength) damage points per throw.

Warden Edit

  • When the Heroine moves onto a tile with a plant grown from a seed on it, the Heroine has a 1/5 chance of harvesting a dewdrop and a 1/5 chance of a random seed.
  • When Warden tramples a high grass tile, she receives (or renews) the Barkskin buff.
    • Barkskin increases her armor by maxHP/3, but with every turn, this bonus is decreased by 1.

Sniper Edit

  • Her attacks with ranged weapons ignore the enemy's armor.
  • The Zeroed-in buff doubles the ranged attack speed for every attack after the first (on the same target).
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