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Warhammer does crush or pierce damage types.. Game hints in loading screen would have you believe it chooses the "best" type vs target DR .. Only it doesn't (always) ! Here's a combat log proof . Warhammer vs Drake (marked prey debuff) . pierce DR 13.5 , crush DR 18.. 21 - DR (13.5) = 7.5 pierce + 3.9 crush (!??!??!) Here's how the marked prey lash damage is calculated .. 21 * 0.4 - TargetDR * 0.25.. You'd expect warhammer to pick the pierce DR (lower) and thus get 21 * 0.4 - 13.5*0.25 = 5.025 .. Instead, for some oversight, game picks target's crush DR (which was higher than pierce DR) 21 * 0.4 - 18 * 0.25 = 3.9 as shown in combat log .. While we're at it wouldn't it make for the marked prey lash damage component to also benefit from on-weapon DR bypass attribute ? Currently it doesn't .. And why does it take 2 billion years to cast ? (billion years during which your ranger is not doing any damage ..) Poor rangers ..
The ranger's Marked Prey skill states that it grants 20 bonus pierce damage to both the ranger's and their animal companion's attacks against the marked target. This skill has a few issues: 1) It does not apply 20 bonus damage, though it does appear to apply *some* bonus damage. By examining the combat log, it looks like it's adding about 50% additional damage to the ranger's attacks so the tooltip may need to be updated. 2) Although it applies to the ranger's attacks, this bonus is not applied when their animal companion attacks the marked target. Steps to reproduce: - Find an enemy. - Enter combat, and attack the enemy with both your ranger and their animal companion. Observe normal damage in the combat log. - Apply Marked Prey to the target. Attack the enemy with both your ranger and their animal companion. The ranger's damage figure in the combat log will display "+ X pierce damage", but their companion will continue dealing normal damage.