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  • Damage Modifier
  • Damage modifier
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  • Damage modifiers refer to the buffs or debuffs applied to a unit that causes it to deal or receive increased or decreased damage. These are percentage values. They don't add extra flat damage but modify all damage normally done. These buffs or debuffs are only received by champion abilities, neutral buffs, on-hit effects from items and masteries.
  • Damage Modifier in Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout: New Vegas, known as Damage in Fallout Tactics, on ammunition indicates how much base damage the weapon deals. In Fallout and Fallout 2, multiply the base damage of the weapon by the fraction. In Fallout Tactics, multiply the base damage of the weapon by 100% + percent. In Fallout: New Vegas, the damage modifier is a multiplier on certain types of ammunition. It does not work in Fallout due to errors in the game engine.
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  • Damage Modifier in Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout: New Vegas, known as Damage in Fallout Tactics, on ammunition indicates how much base damage the weapon deals. In Fallout and Fallout 2, multiply the base damage of the weapon by the fraction. In Fallout Tactics, multiply the base damage of the weapon by 100% + percent. In Fallout: New Vegas, the damage modifier is a multiplier on certain types of ammunition. It does not work in Fallout due to errors in the game engine. So for example, 10mm JHP ammo in Fallout 2 has a listed damage modifier of "2 / 1" which is just a more formal way of saying "2". Any damage this weapon does is multiplied by 2, though to cancel this effect out, this ammo also happens to have a Damage Resistance Modifier of 25, making it appropriate really only for low-armored targets. In Fallout: New Vegas, the damage modifier is listed as "DAM x .85" for armor-piercing ammo, for example. This roughly means that after all other calculations, weapon damage is reduced by 15% (though in this case, ammunition has a Damage Threshold modifier to make up for it).
  • Damage modifiers refer to the buffs or debuffs applied to a unit that causes it to deal or receive increased or decreased damage. These are percentage values. They don't add extra flat damage but modify all damage normally done. These buffs or debuffs are only received by champion abilities, neutral buffs, on-hit effects from items and masteries.