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Charisma and troop HP explained

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  • Charisma and troop HP explained

    Hi, I'm Arowen and I will try to explain the charisma and troop HP attributes for those weak at math.
    All described bellow are the results of my understanding of the charisma through the forums, so if I am wrong, please do tell me and I will try and fix it...
    As far as I know, the HP of a troop count of N troops with H points of health is given by the formula [HP] = (N x H) / 200.
    i.e. Having 600 troops of 3000HP each gives your troops health of [HP]= (600 * 3000) / 200 = 1.800.000/200 = 9.000 HP
    I found the formula here: http://forum.r2games.com/showthread.php?29966-Charisma

    In the following examples,
    N=number of troops currently
    H=current HP of troops
    n=increase in troop number (academy, charisma etc)
    h=increase in troop HP

    case 1: Suppose you have N troops and upgrade their health (=troop HP) by h hp.
    Their increase in health is determined by the formula [additional hp]= (h x N) / 200.
    i.e. suppose I have 600 troops and raise their HP by 5 HP via academy. Their HP will increase by (5 x 600) / 200 = 3000/200 = 15 HP

    case 2: Suppose you have troops with H points of health and upgrade your troop count by n more troops.
    Their increase in health is determined by the formula [additional hp]= (H x n) / 200
    i.e. lv40 knights have 3000HP and via academy I get an extra 5 troops. Their HP will increase by (3000 x 5) / 200 = 15000/200 = 75 HP

    An overall example
    I have N=600 knights with H=3000HP and have the next two options:
    1) Increase troop HP by 5
    N = 600, h = 5, so the formula gets [add hp] = (5 * 600) / 200 = 15 HP
    2) Increase troop count by 4
    H = 3000, n = 4 so the formula gets [add hp] = (3000 * 4) / 200 = 60 HP
    In this case, I'm better off with the second option.

    Replace N,H,n,h in the formulas and get the result.
    I hope if this was helpfull...
    Last edited by R216064851; 06-12-2013, 12:41 PM.

  • #2
    Its true the formula I also know it from the forums and +1 for your work I hope it helps some ppl .

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    • #3
      2nd option is off..
      its: 604*3000 / 200 = 9060. only 60 increase in hp -->> (3000 * 4 ) / 200

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      • #4
        You are right.
        I fixed it...

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