Didn't bother to get that since I didn't see it as an Unknown weapon, and that's why I need to be sure if it's one to aim for it the next time they re-run the event.
In that case, if you can get Pinya Knife it has higher stats but don't know if we would get that event. I did test myself and it does make difference when I didn't have enough Normal Attack Passive. My gloves is only 0*.
Guide is about 99.8% done. Thank you for all your kind words, it really gave me the motivation to improve its looks and not just the information. I will probably leave it as it is and update it every time a new Unknown / Atk II weapon pops up.
Post by samayousamurai on Jan 16, 2016 1:17:59 GMT 8
Here is additional Information from Wiki. This is to demonstrate the importance of mixing Elemental Blessing(光属性攻撃力) and Character Blessing(光属性キャラ攻撃) 例1:光属性で攻撃力10000 天光の攻刃(通常攻刃)スキルレベル5(10%UP)を2本(10%×1) で闇属性相手(属性補正150%) Example: Total Light base damage is 10000, Light Normal Weapon Skill Level 5(10% up) x 2 and you're fighting against dark element so affinity is 150%
If you add 50% Carbuncle to both setups then 4*Colow edges out slightly, however if you add 50% attack buff then 3*Lucifer x 2 wins out similar to if you consider both Carbuncle and attack buff for maximum burst damage.
The dynamic is that attack buffs eat into your normal modifiers and Carbuncle goes into your elemental modifiers.
Primal Summons may be strong but similar to adding Bahamut weapons, when you go for peak damage and use attack buffs they will not be as effective as if you were to use a none Primal setup.
Similarly Primals and Magnas get a lot of kick from Carbuncle than if you were to use two Elemental Summons.
Hmm, I have had troubles with the service I've used to post these images. I probably need to use something else. They have randomly gone all low res on me before and some just disappear. Should be all okay now.
The tables for skill ups for SR, SSR and Bahamut weapons are broken. The image that's under the title "How to interpret these graphs" is also broken. At least on my side. It may be a browser problem, though (too many images for my meager PC, perhaps?)