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parry change esp for UORP:
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% Chance = (Parrying - Bushido) / 4 (If less than 0, the chance is 0)
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(Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above)
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Blocking with a 1-handed weapon (without a shield):
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New = (Parrying * 10) * (Bushido * 10) / 48000 (Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above)
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Legacy = (Parrying * 10) / 80 (Add 5% if Parrying skill if 100 or above)
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% Chance = Whichever is highest of the New and the Legacy formula.
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Blocking with a 2-handed weapon:
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New = (Parrying * 10) * (Bushido * 10) / 41140 (Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above)
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Legacy = (Parrying * 10) / 80 (Add 5% if Parrying skill if 100 or above)
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% Chance = Whichever is highest of the New and the Legacy formula.
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Dexterity Modifier if dex is less than 80: (80 - Dexterity) / 100 (If Dexterity is higher than 80, the modifier is 0)
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Final % Chance of blocking = Base Chance * (1 - Dexterity Modifier)
  
parry with using a shield (opposed to bushido parry with a 2handed sword/ one handed + empty hand) will increase your phys resist cap by 1 / 10 parry skill.
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Effectively, at 80 dexterity with 120 Bushido and Parry you would block 40% of the time, and a one handed weapon 35% of the time.  
this is the ultimate tank skill, parry, shield AND NO bushido, at all, none, zip zero.
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at 130 parry (+10 from an item), 140 is not possible,  you will have a 83 phys resist cap and around 38% chance to completly block an incoming attack (you will need a decent dex score thou for the parry block chance). now, why no bushido ye ask? its a niffy skillset after all? simply because bushido will substract from you parry block chance with a shield equipped, and with no shield equipped you will lose the added phys resist cap. and well, the difference between 70 resist and 83 are very huge for the most common damage type (if ye look down in the bug report forum it took a while to get me over the line, but it definetly works nice now, ye trade a huge damage boost from perfection for a huge survivability boost).
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You would block with a shield 5% of the time
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Because you have bushido AND parry you would not receive the benefit of +6 to your physical resist cap.
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If you had 120 parry, you would block with a shield 35% of the time, and be afforded the added bonus of +6 to your physical resist cap.

Revision as of 07:27, 25 September 2016

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“A wise warrior fights with both weapon and intellect.”
“An even wiser warrior fights with a shield as well.”

Parrying is used to completely block melee blows or archery shots from opponents. In usual practise you must equip a Shield in order to parry - Which type doesn't make a difference (unless the item has an additionally listed Defense Chance Increase bonus).

If you fail to parry, a shield offers no protection aside from any Item Properties it might have displayed (such as Resistances).

As a character gains in Parry as well as Bushido, the system changes somewhat: Your chance to block with a shield falls, and instead you gain the ability to parry with a sword. An additional bonus is granted if the weapon is double handed.

This skill also counts towards your ability to perform Special Moves.

Training

While your Parrying ability can be improved during your day-to-day adventuring, it can takes months upon months to reach Grandmaster (let alone the higher levels). By dedicating time specifically to the skill it can reach its peak within a few hours. If you wish to also train Bushido it is advised to train Parry first.

Put on a suit of armor to get as much Physical Resistance as possible. As you'll be taking plenty of damage, Durability is a factor - either bring several sets of expendable items or items with the Self Repair property (three or above is excellent). The Virtue Armor Set is great for situations such as this, though it's quite possible to train wearing no armor at all. Reactive Armor can be used to gain a small bonus for "free".

More importantly, collect several shields of any type (keeping in mind these will also be taking a large hit to durability) and find some sparring partners.

The goal here is to receive incoming melee blows as fast as possible. Every time a creature would land a strike against you, you have a chance to parry (and therefore gain). The more Dexterity your creature of choice has the faster it'll be able to attack you - The more Wrestling ability, the more likely it'll land an accurate blow. You should, of course, avoid wearing armor with the Defense Chance Increase property, though you might find Hit Point Regeneration invaluable.

Sheep are a traditional choice (as they deal negligible damage), while Spectral Spellbinders will offer faster strikes (and impressive Resisting Spells gains). Lizardmen are again more powerful, though keep in mind you'll gain little skill while dead. Be sure to stay out of combat mode after engaging your targets to avoid killing them (even unarmed your strikes will add up over time).

At the most you'll be able to have nine creatures attacking you at once (eight surrounding you and one in the same tile as your character). Be sure to have a sustainable method of keeping your Hit Points above zero; bring hundreds of Bandages or cast healing spells (remembering to prepare Protection first). Of course if you can find another player to stay with you for support, you'll find it far easier to stay alive (and sane). Or if you have Necromancy you can cast Horrific Beast and your heath will regenerate at 2hp/s.

Training Method 2:

0-85 Have access to your house or a friends house readily available and shield with at least 3 Self Repair. Now, find any low level animal (sheep, dogs, cats, etc. I prefer to use wolves) and aggro it towards you. This will mean going into war mode and double clicking said creature. Before the creature gets to attacking you, make sure of these things: 1) You are standing on the stairs of the house in front of the door. (this is so that you can move one tile away and heal if need be without the creature following you) 2) Have your shield equipped and NOT a weapon. 3) A full HP regen suit helps, but always makes sure you have a guaranteed method of healing. Note that this part is extremely important because it will keep you from dying and having to find a healer.

85-100 Use the exact same setup as above, however, switch out to an ogre or a troll in order to start getting gains. It is more important now to have a method of healing than it was before because these can hit much harder than a wolf can and often do. Remember that the doorway is there in the event that you need to step away for a few seconds and heal.

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% Chance = (Parrying - Bushido) / 4 (If less than 0, the chance is 0) (Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above) Blocking with a 1-handed weapon (without a shield): New = (Parrying * 10) * (Bushido * 10) / 48000 (Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above) Legacy = (Parrying * 10) / 80 (Add 5% if Parrying skill if 100 or above) % Chance = Whichever is highest of the New and the Legacy formula. Blocking with a 2-handed weapon: New = (Parrying * 10) * (Bushido * 10) / 41140 (Add 5% if Parrying or Bushido skill is 100 or above) Legacy = (Parrying * 10) / 80 (Add 5% if Parrying skill if 100 or above) % Chance = Whichever is highest of the New and the Legacy formula. Dexterity Modifier if dex is less than 80: (80 - Dexterity) / 100 (If Dexterity is higher than 80, the modifier is 0) Final % Chance of blocking = Base Chance * (1 - Dexterity Modifier)

Effectively, at 80 dexterity with 120 Bushido and Parry you would block 40% of the time, and a one handed weapon 35% of the time.

You would block with a shield 5% of the time

Because you have bushido AND parry you would not receive the benefit of +6 to your physical resist cap.


If you had 120 parry, you would block with a shield 35% of the time, and be afforded the added bonus of +6 to your physical resist cap.