alright thx for suggestion, here’s a test on skuld:
- cursor doesn’t move
- other enemies don’t block/take any shots
here’s a summary, each row is skuld’s hp after a spellbomb:
note how only spell #2&3 were able to hit the “full” spellbomb. additionally you might notice the recording / fps get worse as the minions start spawning (due to the particle effect), and i think that’s a reason why none of the latter spells were able to “full” spellbomb.
to verify spells 2&3 are indeed full spellbombs, we calculate the range of total damage for a full spellbomb: [(min dmg/shot - def) * # of shots, (max dmg/shot - def) * # of shots] = [(260-35)*15, (280-35)*15] = [3375,3675]
now this range is pretty interesting: it suggests spell #3 didn’t even hit a full spellbomb, although it was pretty close.
would be cool if minions didn’t eat me so i could get more data, but i recorded 2 more clips. the first had 1/4 spellbombs fully hit, and the second had 2/5 fully hit.
i think at this point we can finally draw some conclusions:
to answer the question: yes, tablet can fully spellbomb a stationary, off-centered target
however, the likelihood of actually landing a full spellbomb on such an enemy is variable.
- it seems to have something to do with fps
- for the two cases i tested on my laptop (ava&skuld), the probability of landing a full spellbomb seems to be less than 50%