## FANDOM

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### Formula

``` 1/(1+(Sum of Crew Stat In Room*0.01)) * Current Reload Time
```

### Guide

Whenever a Crew member enters a reloadable room and has the room's corresponding stat, the above formula is applied. If there are multiple Crew, their applicable stats are combined for the formula. For the "Current Reload Time" variable, it's not the room's base reload time. Instead, it's how long it'll take before the room reaches a 100% charge.

### Examples

• Example 1: A Crew member with a Science stat of 15 enters a Shield Generator that has 12s left before it fully reloads. The formula becomes 1/(1+0.15) * 12 = 10.4, which sets the Shield Generator's current reload time to 10.4s.
• Example 2: A Crew member with a Science stat of 2 enters a Shield Generator that has 12s left before it fully reloads. The formula becomes 1/(1+0.02) * 12 = 11.8, which sets the Shield Generator's current reload time to 11.8s.
• Example 3: Two Crew members with a combined Science stat of 125 enter a Shield Generator that has 12s left before it fully reloads. The formula becomes 1/(1+1.25) * 12 = 5.3, which sets the Shield Generator's current reload time to 5.3s.
• Example 4: A Crew member with a Science stat of 0 and a Weapon stat of 100 enters a Shield Generator. Since the Crew member lacks the room's corresponding stat, the formula will not be applied.

## Crew Stat Buff Formula

### Formula

``` Base Stat * (1 + (Training Buff * 0.01)) * (1 + (Equipment Buff * 0.01))
```
``` Non-percentile buffs have their section replaced with simple addition.
```

### Guide

When a Crew member equips a piece of equipment or gains a buff by training in the Gym/Academy, a formula is applied that'll determine how the Crew member's buffed stat is affected. Buff variables should only be the number, discarding the percentage if they have one. For example, 98% will be included in the formula as 98.

### Examples

• Example 1: A Crew member with a base Ability stat of 50 trains to get a 60% Ability stat buff. In addition, he/she is wearing two pieces of equipment that have a combined Ability stat buff of 25%. The formula becomes 50 * (1 + (60 * 0.01)) * (1 + (25 * 0.01)) = 100, which sets the Crew member's Ability stat to 100.
• Example 2: A Crew member with a base HP stat of 9 trains to get a 110% HP stat buff. In addition, he/she is wearing one piece of equipment that has a HP stat buff of 6. The formula becomes 9 * (1 + (110 * 0.01)) + 6 = 24.9, which sets the Crew member's HP stat to 25 in Ship Battles and 24.9 in Ground Battles.
• Example 3: A Crew member with a base Stamina stat of 0 trains to get a Stamina stat buff of 10. In addition, he/she is wearing three pieces of equipment that have a combined Stamina stat buff of 40. The formula becomes 0 + 10 + 40 = 50, which sets the Crew member's Stamina stat to 50.

## Escape Formula

### Formula

``` Escape Modifier + (Escape Modifier*(Sum of Pilot Stat In Room/100)) = Escape Chance
```
``` Player's Escape Chance/(Player's Escape Chance + Enemy's Escape Chance) = Escape Rate
```
``` Round values to the hundredths. Note, the game rounds five down instead of up.
```

### Guide

When both the player and the enemy have an equipped Bridge, the second formula is used to determine the player's escape rate. The first formula is applied whenever a Crew member with a Pilot stat of at least 0.01 enters the Bridge. If there are multiple Crew, their Pilot stats are combined for the formula.

### Examples

• Example 1: Both the player and the enemy have a level 11 Bridge (60 Modifier) onboard. In the battle, a Crew member with a Pilot stat of 23 enters the player's Bridge. The first formula is used and becomes 60 + (60*(23/100)) = 73.8, which sets the player's escape chance to 73.8. The second formula is then used and becomes 73.8/(73.8 + 60) = 0.55, which sets the player's escape rate to 55%.
• Example 2: The player has a level 1 Bridge (11 Modifier), while the enemy has no Bridge equipped (0 Modifier). The second formula is used and becomes 11/(11+0) = 1, which sets player's escape rate to 100%.
• Example 3: The player has a level 1 Bridge (11 Modifier), and a Crew member with a Weapon stat of 50 enters it. Since the Bridge is not influenced by the Weapon stat, its escape chance remains the same.

## Dodge Formula

### Formula

``` Dodge of Engine A + (Dodge of Engine A*(Sum of Engine Stat In Room/100)) = Dodge Rate of Engine A
```
``` Dodge Rate of Engine A + Dodge Rate of Engine B + Dodge Rate of Engine C = Ship’s Dodge Rate
```
``` If the player does not have Engine A, B, or C, replace their dodge with 0.
```

### Guide

When a Crew member with an Engine stat of at least 0.01 enters an Engine, the above formulas are applied. If there are multiple Crew, their Engine stats are combined for the formula. Engines are given letter codes to help make the formula less confusing, the letter an Engine is given does not matter as long as they’re not repeats.

### Examples

• Example 1: A Crew member with an Engine stat of 23 enters Engine A with a dodge of 19. The formula for Engine A becomes 19 + (19*(23/100)) = 23.37, which sets Engine A’s dodge rate to 23.37%.
• Example 2: Three Crew members with a combined Engine stat of 236 enters Engine A with a dodge of 23. In addition, the ship houses Engine B with a dodge rate of 23. The formula for Engine A becomes 23 + (23*(236/100)) = 77.28, which is then combined with Engine B's dodge rate of 23. The formula now becomes 77.28 + 23 = 100.28, which sets the ship’s dodge rate to 100.28%. Obviously, 100% is the maximum dodge rate, so there is no need to increase the dodge rate any further.
• Example 3:A Crew member with an Engine stat of 0 and a Pilot stat of 34 enters Engine A. Since the Crew member lacks the Engine stat, the formula will not be applied.

## Damage Reduction Formula

### Formula

``` 1/(1+(Combined Armor Stat*0.01)) * Applicable Damage
```

### Guide

The Armor value on an Armor block does not directly correlate with damage reduction. In order to avoid a 100% damage reduction, the above formula is designed to give diminishing returns the higher the Armor value is. If multiple blocks of Armor are used to protect a room, their Armor values are combined for the formula.

### Examples

• Example 1: A room protected by an Armor stat of 30 takes 3 System Damage. The formula becomes 1/(1+(30*0.01)) * 3 = 2.30769230769, reducing the System Damage the room takes to 2.30769230769, which truncates to 2.30.
• Example 2: A room protected by an Armor stat of 300 takes 1 System Damage. The formula becomes 1/(1+(300*0.01)) * 1 = 0.25, reducing the System Damage the room takes to 0.25.
• Example 3: A room protected by an Armor stat of 100 takes 1 Crew Damage. Since Crew Damage is not reduced by Armor, the formula will not be applied.

## Fire Damage Formula

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