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 Post subject: Nukes/Dragons
PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2015 2:44 am 
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I was wondering if my theory on how dragons stack is correct. If one dragon hits a target it wipes out 10% of the enemy units on the target.
So if 2 nukes hit a target at once it would make most sense if it didn't do double the damage, rather it exponentially done less damage ie 2 nukes takes out 19% of units {y=100*(1-(0.9^x))} where y is the percentage taken out and x is the number of dragons, * = multiply, ^=to the power of.

is this correct? (1 dragon = 10%, 2 = 19%, 3 = 27% etc.)
(here is a graph http://i.imgur.com/2TuPuC6.png)


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 Post subject: Re: Nukes/Dragons
PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2015 4:01 am 
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wisher77 wrote:
{y=100*(1-(0.9^x))} where y is the percentage taken out and x is the number of dragons, * = multiply, ^=to the power of.

is this correct? (1 dragon = 10%, 2 = 19%, 3 = 27% etc.)
(here is a graph http://i.imgur.com/2TuPuC6.png)

I believe this is true :)

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 Post subject: Re: Nukes/Dragons
PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2015 4:07 am 
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Dawnice wrote:
wisher77 wrote:
{y=100*(1-(0.9^x))} where y is the percentage taken out and x is the number of dragons, * = multiply, ^=to the power of.

is this correct? (1 dragon = 10%, 2 = 19%, 3 = 27% etc.)
(here is a graph http://i.imgur.com/2TuPuC6.png)

I believe this is true :)


Thank you for the quick reply. It is very appreciated :P


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