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No damage avoidance, backpacks

Discussion in 'Crafting, Harvesting, Salvage, & Agriculture' started by Aldo, Mar 24, 2019.

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    The tool tip when hovering over a backpack shows resistance: 1 (max 0%) Thus when choosing a masterwork option for resistance, the amount applied is added to the resistance, but since the max is 0, is anything really applied?

    Likewise the tool tip for avoidance on backpacks shows 0. When you masterwork an avoidance choice and apply it to the back pack the resulting tool tip display is displayed as the masterwork increase (o% + masterwork increase) the whole formula is greyed out. Example: 1.9%(o + 1,.9%) all in grey.
     
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