Sleeper Damage

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(Coldstream Williams) #1

Hey Guys.
Just a quick question to which im a little confused.
Im currently running C1 and C2 WH combat sites.
The thing that is confusing me is the sleeper damage against my shield resistances.
As an example i see that sleepers do
(EM/The 35%, Kin/Exp 15%)

I have currently EM 71% TH 68% KIN 70% EXP 68%
So does this mean the sleeper would do 35% damage of my EM 71% resist.
Im struggling how to work out the damage they will do.
I understand if their damage was in numbers, for instance they do 100HP EM damage and my resist is 71% then they will only do 29HP Damage. But how do i work out if their damage is in percentage??

Any help will be much appreciated.


(Siegfried Tahl) #2

http://games.chruker.dk/eve_online/npc_ships.php?supergroup=23&return_to=
Common practice against sleepers is to omnitank. So you’re doing it right. It’s just some of their damage slightly differ.


(Evaldia) #3

For simplicity lets say that a Sleeper deal 1000 damage, before resist, to you in a profile of 35, 35, 15, 15, this means that the damage dealt is divided as:

350 (EM) + 350 (THEM) + 150 (KIN) + 150 (EXP)

then you have to factor in your resists and the damage is reduced to:

101,5 (EM) + 112 (THEM) + 45 (KIN) + 48 (EXP) = 306,5 (raw) Damage is done to your shield.

Your average resist is 69,35%


(Coldstream Williams) #4

Thank you for replying


(Coldstream Williams) #5

Thank you so much. This makes soooo much more sense now.


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