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Don't understand why the DPS on my Trans is Lower than my Myth weapon?!?!
As you can see, the Stabber of Crabs has better stats than the Bite of the Ocean. Yet, the Bite of the ocean does about 150k more damage. I am completely dumbfounded by this since the Stabber is Trans with higher stats and the Bite is Myth with lower stats.
Can anyone explain this???
Some Guy We Like
Does one have faster attack speed?
This appears to be the case. I thought the design of the weapon decided the speed, not the name of the weapon. Oh well, live and learn.
Originally Posted by some_guy
Chellenge/Boss reward items typically have their own unique archetype, which allows Trendy to give them specific bonuses such as always having certain stats, different attack speeds or maximum size. Trendy aren't forced to use a different model for each item. A good example is the backstabber, which has many, many differences from katanas, yet uses the same model (reversed), or the grenade laucher type weapon you can get as a huntress from Throne Room's boss reward which deals its base damage as lightning damage when normal grenade launchers deal physical damage.
Originally Posted by MalenkoMC
That said, generally floor pickups with the same model always have the same archetype (each archetype that isn't for a specific reward typically has a list of random names for the item, so all random lightsabers are generated equal, regardless of the name, for example)