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  • Looking at the Summoner's votes on the favorite class poll, and shaking my head in extreme dismay. *Cries*
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    "The highest damage possible done by the dragon is 1050." -Terraria Wiki
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    Tsuki
    Tsuki
    It seems like they forgot to actually include the Stardust Dragon's damage variance into the formula before saying that (The .875 - 1.125 ) Or maybe their formula was just wrong / off to begin with. Unless the later patches changed the forumla too.
    scientistB
    scientistB
    Indeed. I used the strongest possible loadout for this dragon, and it was doing quite a lot of damage without any banners. I would help calculate the formulas more, but I'm awful at math.
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    scientistB
    scientistB
    That's totally fine, my friend. At least you're trying, and the fact that you're reading my guide means a lot to me. Most people at this point would just give up and be a Ranger or something. You can do it <3
    If you have any other concerns, feel free to add me on Steam. I can answer all your questions.
    five--three
    five--three
    4 bubble guns, 3 Tazorblades and a Tsunami later I got it!
    ... But. It was shoddy :'(

    Then a probe came! Hoping for better than the last invasion (4! drills, 2 swords, a hook and 2 poppers) I jumped at it. First 2 Saucers gave me a Xeno staff and a UFO key :3 Yay!
    scientistB
    scientistB
    Beautiful, that's exactly what you need. My Sharknadoes lived a short life, but they did their job wonderfully.
    Hi I saw your ranting thread. There is this thing called dyscalclia. It's like being dyslexic, but for numbers. Maybe you should get yourself tested?
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