Grind for resources, manage your own fantasy village, create and equip your heroes and send them to collect swag in Swag and Sorcery – a new streamlined RPG from the creators of Punch Club and Graveyard Keeper.
Other Swag and Sorcery Guides:
- Swag and Sorcery: Easy Progress / Gold Farm
- Swag and Sorcery: Crafting Guide
- Swag and Sorcery: All Buildings
- Swag and Sorcery: All Events and Quests
Stats are an integral part of every RPG, and if you’re long-time RPG player, you’ll have an idea of how they work, but these are a bit different in Swag & Sorcery and I’ll help you figure it out!
Every stat has a description in-game. When you hover over the icon, it’ll say what it does… for the most part. Likely the more confusing part about stats in Swag & Sorcery is the elemental damage group. Unlike many other RPGs, elemental damage is an isolated secondary damage. What this means is that you will deal a certain amount of damage separately from your weapon’s. Let’s illustrate this with an example:
Your character has 20 Physical Damage and 10 Nature Damage. You attack an enemy with 50% Physical Damage resistance and 0 Nature Damage defence.
Your enemy will take 10 Physical Damage (because it’s absorbing 50%) and 10 Nature Damage. That’s 20 points subtracted from its HP.
Now, let’s assume your enemy has 50% resistance against Nature on top of its 50% physical damage resistance. This means they’ll take 10 points of Physical Damage and 5 points of Nature Damage, 15 points subtracted from its HP.
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