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==Proposed Canon==
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=Proposed Canon=
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Hits are a [[Unit]] statistic. The term refers to the amount of damage a Unit can receive before it [[Croaking|croaks]].
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==Known Hits & Comparisons==
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Hits or hit points are a [[Unit]] [[Stats|statistic]]. The term refers to the amount of damage a Unit can receive before it [[Croaking|croaks]].
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12 - Bogroll
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==Speculation==
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[[Warlord]]s can see the [[hit points]] of units under their command.{{ref|[[LIAB Text 52]]}}
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Falling off the tower killed Ansom, a level 10 Chief Warlord, but not Bogroll, a twoll.  Did the fall strike less than 12 hits from Bogroll, or could Regeneration raise him back from 0?  (And Being burned, as he was, was the only thing that could kill him?)  The twoll in the forest was not burned. Perhaps Ansom died first, and the ensuing 2 levels gave Bogroll enough additional hits to survive?
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==Known Values==
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[[Category:Erfworld Mechanics]]
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*[[Bogroll]] - 12
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*[[Jack Snipe]] - 6
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=Speculation=
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Falling off the tower killed [[Ansom]], a [[level]] 10 [[Chief Warlord]], but not [[Bogroll]], a [[twoll]] with 12 hits. Did the fall strike less than 12 hits from Bogroll? If Ansom died first, and the ensuing 2 levels gained to Bogroll by his death, gave Bogroll enough additional hits to survive?
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Source of defense is also important. Ansom's was derived at least partially by armour, which would be a hindrance on landing, whereas Bogroll seems to not wear armour, suggesting his thick skin is providing the [[defense]] value. Bogroll may also have had a soft landing on Ansom's (very recently) [[croak]]ed corpse. Its also noteworthy that Ansom had already received some considerable damages in the battle thus far, so it is likely his hits were lower then they would be when completely healed.  It is possible that since Ansom landed first and Bogroll landed on him Ansom took a larger share of the falling damage.
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Or, falling damage is not determined by hits at all, instead the life or death of each unit being by random chance.
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Latest revision as of 04:40, 15 July 2012

[edit] Proposed Canon

Hits or hit points are a Unit statistic. The term refers to the amount of damage a Unit can receive before it croaks.

Warlords can see the hit points of units under their command.LIAB Text 52

[edit] Known Values

[edit] Speculation

Falling off the tower killed Ansom, a level 10 Chief Warlord, but not Bogroll, a twoll with 12 hits. Did the fall strike less than 12 hits from Bogroll? If Ansom died first, and the ensuing 2 levels gained to Bogroll by his death, gave Bogroll enough additional hits to survive? Source of defense is also important. Ansom's was derived at least partially by armour, which would be a hindrance on landing, whereas Bogroll seems to not wear armour, suggesting his thick skin is providing the defense value. Bogroll may also have had a soft landing on Ansom's (very recently) croaked corpse. Its also noteworthy that Ansom had already received some considerable damages in the battle thus far, so it is likely his hits were lower then they would be when completely healed. It is possible that since Ansom landed first and Bogroll landed on him Ansom took a larger share of the falling damage. Or, falling damage is not determined by hits at all, instead the life or death of each unit being by random chance.

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