### A nasus with an infinatly farmed q hits a sion with a thornmail and infinite HP

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Naggarok

Senior Member

Infinity - infinity = infinity.

Infinite stacked Q Nasus and everyone else will never kill Infinite health Sion.

Gespens

Senior Member

Technically, there is a cap. It is something that is theoretically impossible to hit.

iirc, it is

999, 999, 999, 999, 999, 999

So... Base HP + Armor would mean Sion survives.

Wayward Sword

Senior Member

Infinity farmed Veigar comes in from the side and destroys the world when he casts Meteor.

Gespens

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by Wayward Sword
Infinity farmed Veigar comes in from the side and destroys the world when he casts Meteor.
No, he has nashor's tooth and destroys them with autos.

Terrathraex

Member

Infinity stacked Cho'Gath eats the world.

LupusNox

Senior Member

They spend 20 years auto-attacking each other to no avail

InverseChirality

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by LifeSmash
Well, it depends on whether those stats are capped and, if not, how the game handles the overflow. It's entirely possible that overflowing the Nasus Q variable might crash the game. It's just that that will never ever happen.
I'm not sure why you're assuming that (a) Nasus stack would be held as an integer (b) that damage due to Q would be an integer or (c) than an integer overflow would result in a game crash.

Edit: I am actually pretty curious about how a game like this would handle overflows and NaNs and Infs though.

ZonicBlaster

Senior Member

"The cycle of life and death continues"....

Aametherar

Senior Member

PurplePickle

Junior Member

Lim______3x
x->∞___-------
________x(.3)

l'hopitals rule

3/(.3)=10

This limit diverges meaning that nasus's q is increasing at a higher rate than the rate of sions health.

Of course this is meaningless because nasus still has base health and 30% of infinity is still infinity so they would both die.

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