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Win / lose ratio formula

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  • Win / lose ratio formula

    Dear community,

    Please help me understand what determines if I win or lose against other player? Especially in Eve. Let me explain where my doubts came from:

    During one EvE i was hitting Titan (I'm a Reaper myself). Sometimes i was winning, sometimes losing. It was around 1/2 W/L ratio. Here is where the first question appear - Isn't win/lose based on my attack versus his defence? Are those values not constant? (no matter how the amount of attack/defense is count - in the end it should be a constant value, right?). So how is it possible that one time i win, other time i lose? To be clear - i gathered bloodlust bonus before i even started to hit that guy, so my attack should have been set already.

    Ok, but lets go further. Seeing that i sometimes lose to this guy made me think that we may have similiar amounts of his defence and my attack. The difference is rather small if the results are mixed, so if i gain some attack i should be able to win more, right? (BTW - Guy was innactive, so he wasnt' changing his LT's.) So i swapped my right hand from Frank to Chopper. my Envy clones right hand so i should have additional 35% of Chopper power, and i swapped Spectre to Raven @ enforcer seat. After that swap my W/L ratio against this guy hasn't changed a bit.

    I can only add, that stats of LT's i swapped are very similiar, and that new circle had even more lts att/def amount. (yup im counting all seats bonuses insignias etc.)

    Please share Your thoughts
    Maybe im missing something important in that puzzle?

  • #2
    Re: Win / lose ratio formula

    Aside of the attack / defense difference there is also a "luck" factor, which sometimes it boost your attack with 'up to X', sometimes it doesn't.


    • #3
      Re: Win / lose ratio formula

      I find in every game I play thats like underworld empire this is a common scenario in fights, there is always a hidden factor that might swing a fight each way for either the attacker or defender, most of the time you will never notice it if both parties are massively different in stats but if similar in strength then you get what the op said in some winning and some losing, it keeps the game interesting.


      • #4
        Re: Win / lose ratio formula

        yup thats how this game is ..if ur close on power u are gonna win some and lose some ..until u completly overpower and always win .
        i have problems with this thing when i pvp . u make 3 one stamina hits and win and then u do a 40 stamina hit and lose ,thats what i call bs ( not counting the cases where they have wildcard or eltoro)..this is also the reason why i dont like using lts like wildcard and eltoro ..u hit and they proc at their best so u get the hit and once u hit with 40 -80 stamina they dont proc and u lose .


        • #5
          Re: Win / lose ratio formula

          1. Base Building damage is a random number between 15 and 35.

          This is from Demo power explanation.
          But once we don't do same damage every time you can see like this "we don't have same attack power every hit". This may explain why lose and win against same guy when stats are close