Damage from the first approach

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Energy per approach

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Planned approaches

Current

hunts in a row

hunts in a row

Maximum

hunts in a row

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Energy consumption ∑

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Expected damage ∑

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• Value in the field: "Planned approaches" is set so that "Expected damage ∑" reached the required level.
• Field: "Damage from the first approach" - is filled in either according to the data of the hunt for a similar monster or after completing the first approach (No.1).
• Value in the field: "Current hunts in a row" - always less than or equal to than in the field: "Maximum hunts in a row".
Filling examples:
1) "Planned approaches" equal to - 3, "Current hunts in a row" equal to - 0 :
- in this case the results include approaches No.1, No.2 and No.3.
2) "Planned approaches" equal to - 2, "Current hunts in a row" equal to - 1 :
- results include approaches No.2 and No.3, i.e. without the first approach (No.1).
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• When hunting monsters, the most energy-efficient way to hunt is to do hunts in a row, i.e. several approaches at intervals of less than one hour. • As the series of hunts increases, the damage to the monster from a single approach increases. • Maximum hunts in a row depends on research - "Aggressive Hunter" (is within 5-25) - its value can be found by adding (5 + "Aggressive Hunter I" + "Aggressive Hunter II"), or empirically - if during the next approach to the monster hunts in a row value does not increase, then this is it - Maximum hunts in a row. • Above is an online monster hunting calculator that shows the energy expended and approximately determines the total damage to the monster.