Postby **Professor PolarX** » Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:37 am

I've checked somewhat, and I believe it is correct. Somewhat long maths is below. (m = mood and p=proficiency/form)

So, the mood can range from 0-100, which means that the mood can drop from 100 to 0, which is a 100 point drop. However, the skill level can only drop down to 75, which is a 25 point drop, and therefore 100/25=4 and every 4 point mood drop = 1 skill level drop. Same thing with the proficiency.

Now let's look at how Xter calculated the skill level and check. Be careful about choosing which numbers to divide by 4: The number that is divided by 4 should be 100-m or 100-p, not m or p. So the actual formula would be:

[100-{(100-m)/4}]*[100-{(100-p)/4}] (a bit complicated, but should be able to understand. Xter did write this down in the NSFW, but did not explain it. I'm using different brackets so it is not as confusing.)

Let's choose one of Xter's examples - 50 mood/50 proficiency.

[100-{(100-50)/4}]=87.5

[100-{(100-50)/4}]=87.5

0.875*0.875= 0.765625 which is not what Xter's example equals, but it seems like that someone forgot that 25*75 does not equal to 50*50. This is one of the ways to check whether two different mood and proficiency levels equal to the same skill level.(Incorrect info has been posted here. Now deleted.)

Let's calculate the skill level with one of my examples - 66/35.

[100-{(100-66)/4}]=91.5

[100-{(100-35)/4}]=83.75

0.915*0.8375=0.7663125

So a player with 66 mood and 35 proficiency would play at 76.63125% of his/her original stats

Now let's move onto a decimal proficiency. Same formula, but a bit more complicated with a bit more decimal places- 96/19.7

[100-{(100-96)/4}]=99

[100-{(100-19.7)/4}]=79.925

0.99*0.79925=0.7912575

So a player with 96 mood and 19.7 proficiency would play at 79.12575% of his/her original stats.

Well, that took some time. Made me nearly skip brekky! I hope my checking was correct, so I did not waste time on this.

Oh yeah! I dub this - [100-{(100-m)/4}]*[100-{(100-p)/4}] - Xter's Corrected And More Complicated Formula on Mood and Form.

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Professor PolarX on Thu Jul 14, 2016 6:51 am, edited 1 time in total.

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