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Attributes or stats are basic form of data used to calculate damage or healing.

CombatEdit

These are stats from character profile Combat tab:

AttackEdit

Attack is based on your Power and your equipment's attack modifiers. This stat affects how much damage you deal.

DefenseEdit

Defense is based on your Endurance and your equipment's defense modifiers. This stat inversely affects how much damage you take.

Crit RateEdit

Crit Rate (also called crit factor) is your chance to critically hit an opponent. Adding crit rate has diminishing returns and at certain point (so called crit cap) gives no more damage.

From crit rate actual crit chance is calculated, which is subject to RNG roll. Basic formula for crit chance is: crit chance = (crit factor × direction ) / (crit resist × 10) Direction modifier is 1 from front, 1.2 from side and 1.6 when attacking from rear. Value of crit factor here includes all character and skill specific buffs.

Crit chance is subject of multiple coefficients, including crit chance modifiers from skills/glyphs, additional crit chance passives and carving crystals. Also level difference between target and attacker and type of monster (minion, normal, BAM) affects crit chance.

Full formula is available ie. in Complete Awakened Brawler Guide (Note: this is old crit formula).

Generally, for attack skill that has 3× crit chance crit cap is 224 when attacking from behind (non-castanic, level 65 player attacking level 68 boss with standard 210 crit resistance). For 2× crit chance skills crit cap is far beyond 450+ and adding crit generally always increases damage.

Reaching high enough crit rate is key to damage dealing in PvE. As of late 2018 most classes should go for 350 or more. Exceptions are classes that have 3× chance multipliers in their main damage skills, like warrior, valkyrie, gunner and archer.

Post-Exodor changesEdit

On patch 86/87 crit formula was changed. Accordingly Warrior discord 3× crit chance skill like Scythe will reach crit cap at 133 crit (non-castanic level 70 warrior in AQ with 220 crit resists bosses). This value is so low that you should go full power with classes that have 3× main skills.

Blade Waltz (2× + 10% chance) and Deadly Gamble boosted (+50% crit chance) Rain of Blows and Blade Draw (2× skills) reach crit cap at 218 and 225 total crit factor respectively.

Numbers are even lower on bosses below your level and lower crit resistances than AQ, and this doesn't event account for crit resist debuffs from weapon special lines like Azart Mark or Priest/Mystic's talents.

Crit PowerEdit

Crit Power affects how much damage your critical hits do. Normal crit power in TERA is 2.0. That means each critical hit does 2x damage of normal hit.

Crit Power can be increased with Weapon Crystals, weapons and some accessories rolls, Prime Battle Solution, and Dragon mounts. There is significant confusion what crit power value means, even in in-game descriptions. Crit power value of crystal and such is added to base crit power (some descriptions use %-sign incorrectly or use wording like "do 1.2× more damage") and this value is used to calculate the damage of critical hit.

Crit power when hitting enraged monster from behind with weapon equipped with all dyad niveots and using prime battle solution reaches 8.14. In PvP crit power is more limited. Only Savage weapon crystals work, which means crit power of 2.0 + 1.32 with Savage Niveot from critical hit from behind. Also weapons and accessories rolls work. Especially weapon can be rolled to 0.3 extra crit power.

Note that character profile does not show total crit power available, only effect of potions. Crit power that depends on crystals activating, like hit from behind, front or while enrage is not shown.

Source Niveot Dyad Total Total w/ Dyads Note
Default 2.0 2.0
Prime Battle Solution 1.42 1.42
Savage 1.26 1.32 3.26 3.32 in PVP (without effect of potion)
Bitter/Spiteful 1.44 1.52 6.12 6.26 normal PVE, not enraged
Focused 1.78 1.88 7.90 8.14 normal PVE, while enraged
Wrathful 1.58 1.66 5.00 5.08 frontal for tanks (warrior gets 1.18 extra*)
Slaying 1.64 1.74 7.76 / 9.54 8.00 / 9.88 not enraged / enraged
Dragon, Phoenix and Chocobo mounts 0.10 0.10 6 sec proc every 60 sec = 1/10 uptime
0.3 weapon roll 0.3 0.3 common with berserkers
  • Note: warrior nerf in patch 87 from +1.18 to "+18%" (= +0.36)

Also bosses have -10% damage from crits lines, which makes critical hits do only 90% of their damage. Same applies to PVP or PVP-hybrid gear which has −15% or −20% crit damage protection.

Crit power doesn't affect healing skills. Heal critting always restores 50% additional health.

Exodor patch new statsEdit

Exodor patch (patch 86) added several new stats and also divided all damage skills to magical and physical damage.

  • Physical Amplification
    • Adds a set amount of physical damage to your damage
  • Magical Amplification
    • Adds a set amount of magical damage to your damage
  • Physical Resistance
    • Reduces the physical damage you receive
  • Magical Resistance
    • Reduces the magical damage you receive
  • Physical Crit Power
    • Increases the damage of your physical critical hits
  • Magical Crit Power
    • Increases the damage of your magical critical hits

It's assumed Amplification work like plain Attack Modifier rolls ie. in brooch, rings, necklace, halidom, and Resistance like Defense Modifier in earrings, belt, circlet and relic.

Also should be noted that all skills have Physical and Magic Factor. In example Haymaker has 144% Physical Factor and 60% Magical Factor, and damage applies as Physical. Details are still unclear.

Crit ResistEdit

Crit Resist is your chance to avoid being critically hit by an opponent. This stat only has meaning in PvP combat.

ImpactEdit

This value is removed from tab. It was product of equipment impact modifiers and Impact Factor, but equipment balance modifiers are removed from game.

This stat affected your ability to knockdown and stagger your opponent. Only Impact Factor matters anymore.

BalanceEdit

Balance was the product of your Balance Factor and equipment balance modifiers. Equipment balance modifiers are removed from game.

StatsEdit

PowerEdit

Power is a class-based stat affecting your attack skills. Adding more power gives linear increase to damage dealt by attacks skills.

EnduranceEdit

Endurance is a class-based stat affecting your defense.

Endurance doesn't directly tell how much damage character takes, since every class has hidden class-based modifier for that. Adding more Endurance will still reduce damage taken.

As of January 2019 PVP patch every class got their base Endurance set to 80. Note that buffs that say "Increases Endurance by XX%" (like healers' buffs, lancer's Guardian Shout or Prime Battle Solution) are calculated from base Endurance.

Impact FactorEdit

Impact Factor is a class-based stat affecting your impact. This stat affects your ability to knockdown and stagger your opponent.

Balance FactorEdit

Balance Factor is a class-based stat affecting your balance. This stat affects your ability to resist knockdown and stagger.

Attack SpeedEdit

Attack Speed affects your attack speed. In other words, how fast each attack and spell finishes.

More attack speed means more damage if useful combat skills can be cast.

Movement SpeedEdit

Movement is your movement speed while walking. There is separate non-combat movement speed and combat movement speed that applies when character is in combat mode.

Mount speeds are not listed.

Flying SpeedEdit

When mounted on flying mount.

ResistancesEdit

Weakening Effects (Green)Edit

This stat affects how well you resist weakening effects such as stat decreases and other green-bordered effects.

Periodic Damage (Purple)Edit

This stat affects how well you resist periodic damage and other purple-bordered effects.

Stun (Red)Edit

This stat affects how well you resist stun and other red-bordered effects.

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