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Question about mejai Soulstealer

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Kelin

Senior Member

12-19-2009

I'm pretty sure this must have been asked before but I could not find it in on the forum.

Anyway my question is the following:

When you die you lose 1/3 of your stacks but what happens when you have 1/2 stacks (do you lose 1? Do you lose none?) or 4/5 (do you lose 1 or 2?) etc.

It makes a big difference =)


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Rudeboymike

Senior Member

12-21-2009

Uh... you lose 1/3 of your current stacks.

1/3 of 20 = 6.67 or 7 stacks
1/3 of 15 = 5 stacks
1/3 of 10 = 3.33 or 3 stacks
1/3 of 5 = 1.66 or 2 stacks

Sorry, i just dont see where the confusion lies.


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radica

Senior Member

12-21-2009

It actually always rounds down.


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Rudeboymike

Senior Member

12-21-2009

Quote:
radica:
It actually always rounds down.

huh. even better then i suppose.


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Delicious Donut

Senior Member

12-23-2009

Quote:
radica:
It actually always rounds down.

I thought it rounds to the nearest integer.


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InEx

Junior Member

12-23-2009

It always gets the number before the dot, e.g. 9.XXX will always be 9. I think it uses a simple integer which cuts off the last numbers.

And yeah, that's pretty nice. :>


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The SHP

Senior Member

12-24-2009

just tested it out, despite it rounding down for other values, at 1 or 2 charges you lose 1 charge (despite the rounding suggesting it should be 0) apparently you'll always lose at least one charge if you have any.


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