BlackMamba wrote:1. I didn't insult you
2. Wasn't apparent based on your posts
3. You said that nature magic has no diminishing returns. It clearly does, based on the concrete evidence I posted
4. The feedback I receive is fine; I don't post incorrect crap
5. Congrats on your ability to count. I can do this too
1. Read your second quoted comment. That's pretty insulting. As far as previously, telling me to go educate myself and explaining what sqrt means is pretty demeaning. Well done throwing insults again to make yourself look better.
2. If you'll read through the majority of my postings, I think you'll find me very well-written and eloquent which is an indication of taught writing skills.
3. You didn't provide concrete evidence. You gave me a website that has skills calculations based on stat points and abilities. Now I'll admit I didn't graduate with a math degree nor is it my strong suit compared to other subjects. Please provide me with a concrete example that involves a skill and ability points. Maybe while you're at it you can explain to the rogues thst those dagger rings are a waste since increasing abilities has diminishing returns.
4. For someone that doesn't post incorrect information, you sure do get a lot of responses indicating you are wrong.
5. Sarcasm is always fun.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say you haven't tested druid skills with 200 focus vs 1k nature magic increase. Some of us have and found the nature magic increase to be more beneficial than the focus increase even if it is slight. This includes support skills as well as offensive skills.
Some stats don't have diminishing returns depending on need - dex for higher attack, focus for more energy, vit for more health. But if it's just for the purpose of a bump in skills, increasing nature magic at a comparable rate to focus is prreferred.