# How is Team power calculated?

Hi,

I am looking for the mathematical calculation of how team power is made up.

If my team is 3700, how exactly do I get 3700?

Using the hero power + Troop power doesnt get me there. Where am I missing a small calculation step?

Anyone?

Much appreciated

I think itâs a bit different, just I donât have exact formula for how regular hero power is calculated.

But, if formula is Power (hero) = Formula (attack, def, health)
Then Iâd assume team power is sum of new hero powers done like this:

Power (hero+troop) = Formula (attack * (1 + troop attack %), def * (1 + troop attack %), health * (1 + troop health %))

So you basically put influence of troop instead of regular hero attack, def or health

For example if normal formula for hero is something like attack / 2 + def / 2 + health / 10 (wild example)

Then for hero + troop where each troop ads 5% for each stuff it will be 1.05 * attack /2 + 1.05 * def/2 + 1.05 * health/10
and then youâd sum those values to get the team power

And thatâs why itâs bigger than just summing hero powers.
BTW, we donât have troop power, we just have value per each - attack, def, health, thatâs why I think we need to recalculate âhow much is hero powerful when combined with this troopâ

Edit: I just saw the formula for power probably also takes specials into the consideration, stars and whatnot. And no one knows it for now

edit2: you can test at least part of it - edit one of your teams, and delete all but one hero - compare hero power with âteam powerâ of that one hero and troop assigned to it
That will give you some feeling at least

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I have one very approximate formula, that just uses att, def and hp

So, 0.5 * att + 0.5 * def + 0.02 * hp

Values are off, however, just for the illustration:

Both heroes have skill 1/8

Sonya 1.1, 286 / 344 / 476, by formula itâs 324, real is 330
with troop +13% / +17% / +4%, by formula is 372, real is 373
with troop +15% / +9% / +6%, by formula is 362, real is 365

Little John 1.1, 349 / 268 / 465, by formula itâs 317, real is 329
with troop +13% / +17% / +4%, by formula is 363, real is 372
with troop +15% / +9% / +6%, by formula is 356, real is 364

So this just proves that formula isnât simple linear stuff, but something more complex that I donât have an idea how to break currently.

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I mean this is no trade secret and I really hope we can know âŚ @Petri?

Actually, we donât know a lot of things, users have reverse engineered itâŚ like this: Damage Calculation

It would be nice to have at least correct formulas for such stuff, I agree.

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I guess the relative values of special attacks might add an x-factor?

These might be estimated following testing as -25% mana is hard to compare to +25 attack plus damage over time etc

I have no clue

However, since thatâs number thatâs irrelevant for everything except for the recruiting, I doubt anyone will be bothered to reverse engineer it

Team Power of an individual hero seems to track/include a weighted average of attack, defense, and health, with health being worth a bit less than the other two.

At least for a 3* hero, each 1/8 of special is worth 5 points of team power. I watched my maxed Bane go from 5/8 to 8/8, and each time it went up, he gained 5 points.

It is also clear that a 5* is worth more TP than a 4* which is worth more TP than a 3* even if they have the same attack/defense/health and special fraction stats.

I havenât tried to check if each ascension rank is worth an extra bump in TP. beyond what is due for the stats increase / skill increase.

@JonahTheBard, I really donât know, but my GUESS is that the relative usefulness / uselessness of a special skill is not included in any way.

That would explain why some Heroes are unpopular for the same team-power, even if the stats are very similar

Mana speed is another x-factor and provoked a lot of debate around Hansel and Gretel for instance

When I was curious about it, I did a bit of nominal fitting in a spreadsheet, and came up withâŚ
TP ~= att/3 + def/3 + hp/6 + special*5

If I had proper curve fitting tools, more data, and cared to spend the time, I could do better.

I didnât include hero stars in which I am certain plays into it (and messes up by making unmaxed 5* heroes appear much stronger than they are in practice!)

I also didnât try to figure out if ascension tier contributes besides the associated stat increases.

As far as I can see team power is simply a sum of all heros and troops.

With one hero in my team and a 1* troop I have a team power of hero power + 11. With two heroâs and two 1* troops I have a team power of heroâs power + 22.

@Eries how do you see your troops power?

Edit:
I assume OP is talking about team power and not how to calculate the power of a hero.

All of the other responses are very well written and go into a lot of detail but I have my own theory on how team power is calculatedâŚ

Magic.

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Its not a simple sum them all up âŚ when looking at Hero power + troops is doesnt give younthe team total.

It does when I add them up. How are you seeing the troop power?

Let me give some examples:

With only Colen on team. Colen power is 556 (not fully leveled). Team power with a 1* troop is 567.
With only Natalya on team. Natalya power 777. Team power is 788 with a 1 * troop.
With 3 heroes that have a sum power of 1843 and with 3 1* troops I get team power 1876.

In all 3 examples it fits with a 1* troop having a power of 11.

Ahaaaa got it!!!

Okay so this is it:
Hero power + (Troop power x 10) + Troop level

So have a Hero with 780, 4* troop on level 20:
780 + 40 + 20 = 840 total add to Team Total.

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What do you consider is a troop power? I canât recall that I ever saw that number anywhere

Troop star level I think

Iâve tested it with several heroes and different troops, youâre right!

And I thought they were doing some proper calculation

Now weâre just left with âhow they got the hero power in the first placeâ

Edit: it seems that we have that as wellâŚ

@BarryWuzHere check this

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@RedPython thanks for digging that out. It was quite a while ago, but Iâm guessing that plugging newer heroes into that data set isnât going to change much.

Interesting to see how much the stars are âworthâ (a lot, apparently too much) and also how much being a HotM or event hero is worth. (a minor bump)