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Wiccan
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poccil
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posted 08-22-2001 01:27 PM      Profile for poccil   Author's Homepage   Email poccil   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The damage is determined randomly.

code:

Magni Damage Chance
M4 10 5.5%
M5 30 9.8%
M6 50 19.9%
M7 70 30.1%
M8 90 19.9%
M9 110 9.8%
M10 130 5.0%



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IIRC, Magnitude 10 has a base of 150, not 130.
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I looked into it, it turns out that Magnitude Ten yields base damage of 150. I got the following info from notes on my hardrive...

Can somebody explain to me how are the reversal, magnitude and flail attacks are working?

Magnitude is a calculated attack that does either 10, 30, 50, 70, 90, 110, or 150 base damage, which can still be modified by evade/accuracy and the randomness factor that's in the BDF. It also does double damage to pokémon charging up on Dig.
Reversal and Flail are the same: they do more damage the lower your own HP is, from 20 power to 200 power. Reversal is a Fighting attack, while Flail is Normal.

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It's also worth noting that Reversal and Flail always do the maximum possible damage (the BDF variable is always 255) and never get a critical hit.

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I did not know that...
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