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Viewing Tooltips

  • Additional information for most skills and items can be found in expanded tooltips
  • Hold ALT to view additional information when a tooltip is active. This includes dice, expanded definitions for any acronyms, etc.
  • Hold SHIFT to view the next tier of an ability (if available) when an ability tooltip is active.
  • Colors of items on tooltips should be consistent with their purpose. Blue = player stats, Light Green = augments, Green = reagents. When viewing the requirements section blue = met, red = not met.

General Stats​

  • Movement - Determines how fast you move out of combat stance. (weapon sheathed)
  • Combat Movement - Determines how fast you move in combat stance. It is only active while in combat stance. (weapon unsheathed)
  • Haste - This determines how long your auto attack AND skill cooldowns are.
  • Safe fall - Reduces the damage you take when you fall off of things. (never trust a rock)
  • Health Regeneration - The rate at which your health regenerates. Does not apply in combat.
  • Stamina Regeneration - The rate at which your stamina regenerates. Does apply in combat but is significantly diminished.
  • Healing - Gives a bonus to your outgoing heal abilities. Does not affect potions or incoming heals.



  • Resilience - Saving throw. Rolls for a chance at not falling in combat upon reaching 0 health. Has a cooldown (2 min?). Resilience now also reduces the damage bonus of incoming heavy and critical hits. Reminder that resilience only works in combat stance!
  • Avoid - Chance to avoid an attack. Negating all damage and effects. (Basically dodge)
  • Block - Chance to block an attack. Block now mitigates incoming damage based on a dice roll from your equipped 2H weapon or shield.
  • Parry - Chance to parry an attack. Parry now provides a fixed damage mitigation, the incoming attack suffers a disadvantage, and you have an opportunity to counter-attack with a riposte.
  • Riposte - Chance to counterattack after a successful parry. (Essentially an extra auto attack)


  • Hit - Increases chance to land a heavy or critical hit and reduces the chance of getting a glance or miss.
  • Penetration - Ignores some of the enemies' armor dealing more direct damage to health.
  • Positional - Increases your weapon positional bonus. (formerly known as flanking)

Most weapons have a Primary and Secondary positional, typically denoted by a reduced base positional value. The Primary direction gets a bonus to the positional stat, but the Secondary will only receive the base value of the positional stat. Let me break it down into a formula. Positional bonus stat (this would be the stat you get from the bonus like hit or 1h dmg) = B Your personal positional stat value which is shown on your stat sheet. = S The % value of the positional bonus, primary or secondary = P The formula would go as follows B+S*P = X Lets use Undones example - a Crossbow with +5DMG Side Positional (Primary) and +15 Hit Rear Positional (Secondary). With 25 positional stat on the player. The primary position from the side will have 5+25*1.25 = 36.25 DMG Whereas the secondary position from the rear will have 15+25*1 = 40 HIT


  • 1 Hand Weapons - Increase your damage with 1h weapons
  • 2 Hand Weapons - Increase your damage with 2h weapons
  • Ranged Weapons - Increase your damage with bows and crossbows.
  • Mental, Chemical, Ember - Unknown or not implemented



  • Physical - reduce amount of physical damage taken.
  • Mental - reduce the amount of mental damage taken.
  • Chemical - reduce amount of chemical damage taken.
  • Ember - reduce the amount of ember damage taken.


  • Physical - reduce duration of physical debuffs.
  • Mental - reduce the duration of mental debuffs.
  • Chemical - reduce duration of chemical debuffs.
  • Ember - reduce the duration of ember debuffs.
  • Movement - reduce duration of movement debuffs.


  • Confuse - reduce the duration of confuse effects
  • Daze - reduce the duration of daze effects
  • Stun - reduce the duration of stun effects


  • ABS - absorb. damage absorbed by armor from all roll sources. damage absorbed by armor contributes to the armor total % durability.
  • THR - threat generated.
  • ADV - the attack had an advantage.
  • DIS - the attack had a disadvantage.
  • ADV - the attack had an advantage that was cancelled out by a disadvantage. (i need to double check this one as far as what it looks like in the combat log)
  • RES - the application was resisted.
  • PRES - the application was partially resisted.
  • DIM - the application was impacted by diminishing returns.
  • AOT - the value done by over time effects.
  • Miss - attack missed and did not hit. effect does not take hold.
  • Glance - very little damage done, low chance of effect application.
  • Heavily Hits - extra damage. effects applied.
  • Critical Hit - lots of extra damage. effects applied.


  • Advantage - rolls an extra set of dice and chooses the higher roll
  • Disadvantage - same thing but chooses the lower roll.
  • Dual wielding - You will notice that some weapons have a stat displayed as OHAC. Off Hand Ability Contribution. When you execute an ability it previously only accounted for the main weapon. Now it accounts for the main weapon and the OHAC of the offhand weapon. Positional bonus applies as normal to off hand weapons but at the ohac reduced rate.
  • Rounding of combat log display values. Values are rounded down if the decimal value is less than 0.5 and rounded up if they are greater than or equal to 0.5.

Health and Armor weight gain per level is on a scale and can not be calculated precisely however you can do some simple math (x-y)/a=z by looking at your class/spec tooltip to get a general idea of how much you will gain per level. This is where is says for example Defender level 1 +25 health (25 to 45), by the time you reach level 6 defender you will have gained 45 health (without gear etc boosting it) then your specialization for example Juggernaut +50 (50 to 100) by the time you reach juggernaut level 50 you will have gained 100 health. These are made up examples. The same applies to armor weight. If at level 1 defender it says +25 armor weight (25 to 45) it scales from 25-45 between levels 1 and 6 (and then from levels 6 to 50) (45-25)/6=3.333 per level, and it rounds down so you would gain roughly 3 armor weight per level.

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