1. ## PDR indicator

ok i know there is a thread on this but i did want to ask about it
is it now represented in a new way
because before the update it showed i had 200%+
and now it shows less than 100% i would love to know what happened and if its right

2. ## Re: PDR indicator

1) Lol @ same title in same sub forum with the exact same discussion. You could have just asked your question there. www.southperry.net/showthread.php?t=72874
2) It is right.

3. ## Re: PDR indicator

because im using the empress card effect and i switched to leafre and it still did not change

4. ## Re: PDR indicator

plainly put, the way PDR works and the way it was displayed were not the same, this has been fixed and it now displays your -actual- PDR.

if nexon dun goof'd and it doesn't include the PDR from character card sets that's a different thing altogether.

5. ## Re: PDR indicator

Character cards and monster book set eff aren't glitched. Going from leafre to ereve results in 90% -> 86%.

6. ## Re: PDR indicator

ok the bottom line i want to figure out is
did my pdr change and will my damage in physical resist bosses change
because i did see some changes in the extractions on bosses like emp and magnus

7. ## Re: PDR indicator

No and no.

What you saw was probably boss arena.

8. ## Re: PDR indicator

It does use the codex set effect.
For me, if I use a random set, I have 71% Ignore DEF displayed. When I switch to Leafre set, it shows 80%.
Which matches the formula given in the other thread:
1 - ((1-0.71)*(1-0.30)) = 0.797

9. ## Re: PDR indicator

Maple can round up now? o.o

10. ## Re: PDR indicator

it does in certain formulas, i seriously doubt it does in PDR though, so maybe it just does for the status window.

those round ups and downs are usually so small that calculating them is a pain/impossible though

11. ## Re: PDR indicator

Hmmmm. Maybe it does round for the sake of even numbers but uses the un-rounded number instead of dropping the remainder? Like, if it rounded down she would see 79% but the game would still apply it as 79.7%.

12. ## Re: PDR indicator

yea, i'm pretty sure this is the case, out of memory, range also rounds itself up or down depending on the final result, it's something i'd like to know for sure however but alas, no chance :(

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