Ascensions and Stats
(Physical DMG Bonus)
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The passive effect adds an extra Physical hit after each Attack hit, as opposed to increasing the character's Normal and Charged Attack DMG. This hit does still scale off the attack damage of the hit prior to damage reduction, rather than dealing a fixed amount every hit. For most builds, the additional hit deals significantly more damage than additional Attack DMG would: since the hit scales of Physical DMG bonuses, its additional damage (before accounting for enemy DEF and Physical RES) is equal to
(ATK DMG × PassiveDMG%) × (1 + PhysicalDMGBonus%)
(The additional hit does not count as a Normal or Charged Attack, so it does not scale from effects that increase Attack or Charged Attack DMG.) For comparison, an increase to Attack DMG would increase damage by
(ATK × TalentDMG%) × PassiveDMG%
Also note that the damage applies after each hit of multi-hit attacks, which are common on Polearm characters.
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With the tides of people also come exotic treasures.
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