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#1 Fox91



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Posted 05 October 2016 - 10:56 PM

Hi Troopers!


I have a question. What are those things that hit us from the sky and weakens the troops? Also, what triggers these things? Is it when I'm playing 6 vs less than 6?


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Posted 06 October 2016 - 01:15 AM

that was the effect of Karma Skill...

if you encountered an enemy that is equipped with Karma....

everytime you hit that enemy...

an object will fall from the sky and it will hit your troop directly..


if we do the math..

based on my observation...

karma has 20% damage reflection...

Similar to Damage Reflection Skill (36% damage reflect at maxed level)


that means if you hit an enemy who is equipped with karma...

and lets say the damage received by the enemy is 150...


20% of that 150 is 30


that means your troop will received 30 damage...

due to damage reflection from the karma...


here is a video that explains everything..

(notes: the enemy Spy was equipped with 1 Karma)




20% of 3661 is 732.2 ~ 733

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 01:52 AM

Oh! It never came to my mind that Instant Karma ability would do that. I thought that it would improve the chances and power of critical hits, as my version of Pocket Troops is translated -unfortunately-, due to my region (which could cause some misunderstanding).


Snake, thank you so much for your answer and for the other answers you've been given on this forum. They're always very explanatory and almost in a tutorial methodology, which is great!

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