How to calculate ‘per rank’ in any set?

It relates to the set level… for example…

Adventurer (6)… thats rank six.

Equality increases DMG and All Regen by 7.5% per rank of your max HP/MP equality %

If you equipped +2 All sets and +2 Set Numbers ot will give you 5 rank on your set affix.

To calculate: 1+(7.5% * 5)= 1.375

Your Damage and Regen will be multiplied to 1.375

what is the 1+ in your formula? instead of 7.5%*5=no.

That +1 in formula was used because you increased by a percentage. Its the fastest way to calculate percent number.

Lets use 500 as your HP

Instead of this:

500 * 37.5% = 187.5 + 500 = 687.5 HP (increased by 37.5%)

But if you use the +1

500 * 1.375 = 687.5 HP

ahmm ok. Thanks.

Lol… that pangahazzz. You should see the discord chat. Them calculations.

Yep. I’m generous like that xD. I won’t share immortal build though or many secrets of anybody join for that reason and there’s too many immortal anyway.

I wanna ask another question.,

What is the multiplier of ed+, wd+, hp+?

If this is for arena then for flat WD and flat ED its 1040. For flat HP its 1540.

Flat WD, ED and HP are additive.

is hp% multiplicative of hp flat? is ed% multiplicative of ed flat? on pve.

Yep.

You could look at this thread to have a greater idea about how HP/MP calculated in arena.

And this post about HP/MP calculation on PVE.

sorry pangahazz but your formula on 1.75*5=no. is wrong because it doesn’t divide and add the numbers. It should be 7.5*5= no only.

What do you mean?

What do you mean?

You see what it says at (5) and then divide by 5.

If it says 125% at (5), you need to find out what that is in (1) of the set affix. How? 125÷5= 25% . 25% per rank.

If it says 62.5% at (5) , it would be 62.5%÷5= 12.5% at (1) .

If you want the PvP result with +2 all sets, that (1) becomes (3). That just simply means ×3 the normal % per rank.

If 25% per rank, 75% at (3). If 12.5% per rank , 37.5% at (3). 100% per rank would be 300% at (3) If such a set existed for eg. If 7.5% per rank, it would be 22.5% at (3).

Now I get what he means.

1.75 is the sum of 1+0.75. That 0.75 was the converted value of 75% from 25%*5. You can’t add a whole number with percent so you need to change that decimal number.

yeah I know .75 is 75%.

yeah cuzeg. you got what I mean.

you’re still wrong pangahazz because you think to get e.g. 75% of 100=75+100=175 instead 100*1.75=175. but that’s not the proper computation. the correct should be is 75% equality blah blah. It should be.
let’s remove % for example then it would become 75*5(rank 5)=no.%