Calculate the outcome of a battle!

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Drogar61
19 January, 2016, 9:27 PM UTC

Lord Oberon said:


Me? Like Jon Snow, I know nothing. 

Then time to learn something.

How this algorithm makes us stupid? Player A has 100 units of strength 1, and player B has 100 units of strength 4.

Simple conclusion: player B is winner (4:1). But does it true?

Player A will loose 80% of units, player B 20% of units. Seems like true.

Just a second: transfer this into strength.

Player A will loose 80% of units with value 1 = 80% of total strength of lost units

Player B will loose 20% of units with value 4 = 80% of total strength of lost units

Obvious winner will loose same amount of strength as looser!!! Who is looser in this battle, or better who are looser?

Simple both player will be looser and real winner is Plarium.

Congrats Plarium, this is  one of the best fraud that I saw ever. Extremely simple, but so powerful.

I hope that I helped you to learn something. It maybe helpful to avoid John Snow's end. 

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Drogar61
23 February, 2016, 1:59 AM UTC

With what they are fed?




Again secret changes in mechanics?
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mrfreezzzz
23 February, 2016, 11:54 AM UTC

there's a good chance the castle you've raided has a defense bonus. somewhere around 75 to 80%

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Mehnslayer
23 February, 2016, 12:31 PM UTC
mrfreezzzz said:

there's a good chance the castle you've raided has a defense bonus. somewhere around 75 to 80%

And paragon + defense boosts + relics + crystals, the amount unit stats can vary is incredible, pathfinders can be anywhere from 75 to like 450 offense per unit.
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Drogar61
23 February, 2016, 2:00 PM UTC

Comment maybe later. First question:

Def unit of 1000 in friend castle of 15000 worth ...

Forget anything else.
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silystik
24 February, 2016, 7:57 PM UTC
thank you for explaining 
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