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If u want all these certain stats but u dont know what ur hp would be for the combat calc.

 

for me i know what all my stats like 70 range 70 magic 70 str 50 att but idk what the hp would be that would be really usefull and update the range max hit calc beucase u dont have dragon arrows or d bow or knives or darts. my suggestion thx for your time

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Translation: (tiger, your punctuation isn't great either)

 

 

 

*ahem*

 

 

 

The ranged max hit calculator sorely needs to be updated, as it is missing many of the new weapons. Dbows along with all dragon ranged items aren't included.

 

 

 

Also, he wants to be able to type in the combat stats that he wants and have the calculator estimate what your hp will be when you get those levels.

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Translation: (tiger, your punctuation isn't great either)

 

 

 

*ahem*

 

 

 

The ranged max hit calculator sorely needs to be updated, as it is missing many of the new weapons. Dbows along with all dragon ranged items aren't included.

 

 

 

Also, he wants to be able to type in the combat stats that he wants and have the calculator estimate what your hp will be when you get those levels.

i know mine isnt great, mainly because my key boards sucks and i dont catch alot of the mistakes in spelling...but atleast i put some sort of break in my posts

 

 

 

and thanks for helping understand

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This would also be better suited in the Maps and Calculators subsection of the Bugs and Suggestions for the Tip.It website forum here.

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You can't really calculate it accurately in every case. There are quests that give combat experience which don't give HP experience and vice versa; ranging with cannons, which gives 2 exp per damage and no HP exp; non-combat magic spells that give no HP; experience lamps and tomes, and I'm sure there's more.

 

 

 

So basically an HP calculator would only be accurate if you only got your experience through combat. As a rough estimate, an HP calculator would be feasible, but the results would most likely be off.

 

 

 

For combat stats (not training on controlled) and range (not training on defensive), you get 4 experience in the skill you are training, and 1.33 experience and HP for every one point of damage.

 

If you train on controlled, you get 1.33 experience in attack/defense/strength each, and 1.33 experience in HP per 1 point of damage.

 

If you train ranged on defensive mode, you get 2 ranged exp, 2 defence exp, and 1.33 HP exp per one point of damage.

 

 

 

Take that and run with it.

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You can't really calculate it accurately in every case. There are quests that give combat experience which don't give HP experience and vice versa; ranging with cannons, which gives 2 exp per damage and no HP exp; non-combat magic spells that give no HP; experience lamps and tomes, and I'm sure there's more.

 

 

 

So basically an HP calculator would only be accurate if you only got your experience through combat. As a rough estimate, an HP calculator would be feasible, but the results would most likely be off.

 

 

 

For combat stats (not training on controlled) and range (not training on defensive), you get 4 experience in the skill you are training, and 1.33 experience and HP for every one point of damage.

 

If you train on controlled, you get 1.33 experience in attack/defense/strength each, and 1.33 experience in HP per 1 point of damage.

 

If you train ranged on defensive mode, you get 2 ranged exp, 2 defence exp, and 1.33 HP exp per one point of damage.

 

 

 

Take that and run with it.

 

 

 

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Tip.it actually has a hitpoints calculator. Type in your stats here and click "Hitpoints" to get the level you would have.

 

 

 

This is based off of combat only experience and like Lunar_Drifter said would only be accurate through normal combat. (No cannon/quest experience)

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Tip.it actually has a hitpoints calculator. Type in your stats here and click "Hitpoints" to get the level you would have.

 

 

 

This is based off of combat only experience and like Lunar_Drifter said would only be accurate through normal combat. (No cannon/quest experience)

 

 

 

This only works with 1 skill at a time though, and if you want to do more (ie. see what your hp will be after 70 attack and defense) you have to do some weighty number-juggling.

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Tip.it actually has a hitpoints calculator. Type in your stats here and click "Hitpoints" to get the level you would have.

 

 

 

This is based off of combat only experience and like Lunar_Drifter said would only be accurate through normal combat. (No cannon/quest experience)

 

 

 

This only works with 1 skill at a time though, and if you want to do more (ie. see what your hp will be after 70 attack and defense) you have to do some weighty number-juggling.

 

 

 

 

 

No, I'm pretty sure you just put in all the stats you'll end up with and click "Hitpoints" and it calculates roughly what your HP level will be after getting all of the other levels, based on your current XP.

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