Originally Posted by Alexlotr
Originally Posted by RagnarokCzD
I wonder why ...
There is not much difference in combat between 4 and 6 members ...

Except you come to your turn more often, and it takes less rounds to finish the batte ... but beyond that? O_o
The same "logic" can be applied to arguing for 2 members instead of 4.

There is not much difference in combat between 2 and 4 members ...

Except you come to your turn more often, and it takes less rounds to finish the batte ... but beyond that? O_o
I require elaboration ...
Since our math is obviously not working the same way ...

Lets say you have 4 enemies ... and 4 member group ...
So half (4/8) of turns is yours ...

Then lets say you have 4 enemies ... and 6 member group ...
So 6/10 turns is yours ... 6 > 4 ...

Then lets say you have 4 enemies ... and 2 member group ...
So third (2/6) of turns is yours ...

In what universe is both "more often" ? O_o

Last edited by RagnarokCzD; 21/04/22 06:29 PM.

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