Effects of the individual kartel pieces after rework?

Discussion in 'Korea' started by sharzik, Mar 10, 2017.

  1. sharzik

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    A reddit post two months back mentioned they'll be getting patk/matk/iatk but I'm wondering if they retain their current effects as well. Specifically, the shoulder, belt, and shoes have a speed proc effect that I'm interested in for assists and whatnot. I wouldn't mind a dump on the other quegendary sets as well since I can't seem to find that information anywhere :`(
     
  2. Pyros

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    Pretty much all the sets retain their old stuff and get better stuff on top. There isn't really a complete translation of these so either use google translate or just wait for them to be closer to release then ppl will surely retranslate them properly, atm it's probably still a few months away.
     
  3. Chardo Fight for truth and tacos al pastor

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    its about 54 physical, 54 magical damage and 83 independent damage per armor piece (my pieces are around 90% quality), the shoes, belt and shoulder still give tons of movement, Atk speed and cast speed (5%) and another proc that gives additional 5% that doesn't stack, the top and bottom can proc 10% additional crit but dont stack.

    the accessories are 4% additional physical, magical and independent damage, and other 6% percentage more if your HP is less than 50% (the last effect doesn't stack though)

    the sub is the same (8% crit smash and more level to 1st awakening) and the stone is meh (85 stat aura)

    Tl;DR most optimal 6 piece sets are 5 armor pieces + 1 accessory or 4 armor pieces (ditching either bottom or top) plus one accessory and the sub, also yes its worth farming if your class currently benefits more from fire/dark than light or water. (or you found a great fire/dark epic)

    you can also see all the changes here http://df.nexon.com/df/news/update?mode=view&no=507594 you can google translate that and figure it out.
     
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