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Lone Salamander

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  1. I have a 23k seahorse that could be tried on open. Very nice. I think I have a high end seahorse... it would actually be the fairest comparison against a top end mega.. and it is on open also. I would be willing to run tests on open with a high end seahorse or two. Just send me a PM.
  2. Very nice. Do you see the same affect on lab assault? Just curios since assault is more nerfed than NM mode on deeper well and if that would change the optimal proj speed at all. Good question. I'll see if I can come up with a test for that. :) edit: I like your new avatar. :)
  3. I ran a bunch of tests on BF drills at different projectile speeds last September. As odd as it may seem, the maximum range for a drill is at a projectile speed of 18k when running on NM. Upgrading beyond 18k will actually decrease the range of the drill. The drop occurs somewhere between 18233 and 18397. Try the following experiment on open: 1- select a hero and equip a drill (do not have a shooting pet with this hero) 2- upgrade the projectile speed of the drill to just under 18k 3- go to Deeper Well NM and stand in the following location: [SPOILER][/SPOILER] 4- take a shot at the test dummy and record the damage 5- upgrade the projectile speed of the drill to just over 19k 6- go back the location where you took the first shot 7- take another shot at the test dummy and record the damage This is a reference to my earlier thread, back when I first started posting on the forum: http://forums.dungeondefenders2.com/showthread.php?104143-What-is-the-best-way-to-upgrade-a-bf-drill&p=932781&viewfull=1[[4620,hashtags]] Note: Projectile speed cannot be upgraded much above 30k. I did not test any drills that spawned with projectile speeds over 30k. As previously stated by several others, changing the projectile speed may not make much of a difference in the overall scheme of things, and, try it on open to find out for sure.
  4. The DDDK requires DirectX 9.0c. If your computer has a more recent version of DirectX installed you might receive an error message that a DLL file is missing when you attempt to run the DDDK. Newer installs of DirectX don't always include all of the files that come with earlier versions. The Microsoft DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer provides updates to 9.0c and previous versions of DirectX. It will install any DirectX files that you are missing. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35 Also, for anyone interested in post [[494,hashtags]], Avik answered his own question in a separate thread: http://forums.dungeondefenders2.com/showthread.php?110760-An-Issue-with-DDDK
  5. I recently ran a series of damage scaling tests comparing the mega chicken and the seahorse. The following image shows the results of these tests: [SPOILER][/SPOILER] Click here for a larger image. I also tested an ult+ 55.7k dragon (55673). It scaled in parallel with the seahorse, consistently scoring 91% of the damage.
  6. S N A I L some notions are illogically luminous P A C E
  7. Another way to get to the configuration screen is to run DunDefConfig: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Dungeon Defenders\Binaries\DunDefConfig.exe
  8. hi pew, If you still have the deal going I'll buy H3, I1 and I4 for 1 cube and 1 coal.
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