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Fair, but to put that 435% multiplier into context, it’s the second highest for hit-3 heroes. The only one with a higher multiplier is Thorne, but his attack is an atrociously low 638, so the actual damage output comes out to roughly the same (it’s 3.2% higher if you want to be really precise about it). And he gives no secondary effect (attack debuff) either. Lepus does 410% @ 795 atk, and it only comes out ~10% higher than cRichard’s 435% @ 682 atk, and cRichard is much much tankier (862 def, 1361 HP).

It seems that you are just taking the % dmg and multiplying by attack stat to get the damage but unfortunately that is not how damage is calculated. Lepus does significantly more dmg than Richard.

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Couple of things;
1 - how are you calculating the “total damage” component? Asking because I think there is an error in it. Running the maths on Jabberwock (Using the formula set out in the Damage Calculation Thread ), I get a total damage per strike of 455.26 against an average 5* defender… Multiplied by 2x and adding the DoT gets a total of 1144.52 damage which is a far-cry from the 4458 you have listed…
2 - Jabberwock doesn’t do 600% damage. He does 2x strikes for 300% damage. Because of how…
Are you sure? I feel like C.Kadilen has dodged by Melendor’s dispel before…

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