# Forge Update: Calculations Multipliers and Requirements

2021.11.29 12:12 DowntownSpeaker4467 Forge Update: Calculations Multipliers and Requirements

Hello!
I think my numbers here are relativly accruate, feel free to speak up if you calculate it a different way...
Effectivly I am taking base damage (1000) + (Critical Damage % * % chance (500*0.10 = 500)) and then adding that to the same calculations for low blow and the same calculations for T10 weapons.
I thought I would explore some of the data here. I have this in a spreadsheet which I can't be bothered to share so here are some basic numbers. All of the crits are additive, so if you have 10% chance to crit and 9% chance on weapon these are seperate, not calculated at a 19% chance to crit.

Assuming you hit base damage of 1000, here are some rough extra damage per turn numbers you could expect to make... Bear in mind that some turns you might double crit, or maybe you will crit 5 turns in a row...
Extra Damage Per turn
None Soul Weapons
Crit + low Blow: 90
Crit + Forge: 95.25
Crit + Forge + Low Blow: 132.25
Soul Weapons
Crit + low Blow: 108
Crit + Forge: 114.30
Crit + Forge + Low Blow: 162.3

Now of course there is a lot more to consider here, assumign that for all critical hits only base values are in the upper quartile range (top 25% of hits, I believe this was confirmed by CIP? which is why we never crit for 10 damage for example). We could also consider the potential life and mana drains + spikes that we can get from damage.. i.e. an EK might hit 1k melee followed by a 2.5k exori gran, so ofc these numbers would increase a lot per turn too.

Now the part thats scary... Lets understand how we create one of these T10 weapons.

We are able to merge 2 of the same name and same class weapon together. These have a chance of combining to create a new weapon.
we could say T(n) + T(n) = T(n+1)
The chance to succeed can be increased to 65% with 1 core and the chance for it to break the other weapon can be reduced to a 50% chance with 1 core. I don't know at this point if we can use multiple cores to increase them odds so I have ignored this section from calculations.
We can upgrade items like this:
Classification Item level 1 to tier 1 i.e. an Axe
Classification Item level 2 to tier 2 i.e. BeastSlayer Axe
Classification Item level 3 to tier 3 i.e. Great Axe
Classification Item level 4 to tier 10 i.e. Cobra Axe

We can also transform an item of the same classification to another item of the same classification. So it seems that I could use Cobra Axes into my SoulEater, for example. But I could also use my Cobra Axes and put them into my Falcon or Lion Plate, as long as they are the same Classification Level. So this will mean that all Lion, Falcon and Cobra items will hold a higher value, since I can choose to use Falcon Wands to fully upgrade all of my items.
This is where it becomes tricky....

Lets say I want to make a Tier 1 Item. I'm going to create a Tier 1 Cobra Axe. I will need 2 Cobra Axes, to run the chance of success. I will need 100 dust, 750k Gold and likely 2 Orbs. 1 to improve my chance of success and 1 to give me an opportunity to not lose my other Cobra Axe.
So... 65% chance to succeed 50% change which means there is actually a 32.5% chance of a perfect outcome - No items breaking or reducing tiers and a successful fusion.

Now lets make a Tier 2 Item. Im going to need 4 Cobra Axes to make 2 Tier 1's (Assuming a success) and then I can use 2 Tier 1 Cobra Axes to make a Tier 2 Cobra axe! Cool, i'm getting stronk now right?
Well.... hold your horses, each Tier increase will be roughly 2x the amount of items meaning;
Tier 3 - 8 Cobra Axe
Tier 4 - 16 Cobra Axe
Tier 5 - 32 Cobra Axe
Tier 6 - 64 Cobra Axe
Tier 7 - 128 Cobra Axe
Tier 8 - 256 Cobra Axe
Tier 9 - 512 Cobra Axe
Tier 10 - 1024 Cobra Axe

Ok great! I'm finally rich enough to have a T10 Cobra axe, now I can finally 'transfer' this power into my SoulEater - this is a relativly simple process but I will go from T10 -> T9.
So if I actually want a T10 SoulEater I will need to collect 2048 Cobra Axes + a spare Soul Eater.
Assuming that each fusion stage costs 750k, as with the first Tier the following costs stand true...
n = number of items required
cost = (n -1) *750,000
Tier 1 - 2 Cobra Axe - 750k
Tier 2 - 4 Cobra Axe - 2.25kk
Tier 3 - 8 Cobra Axe - 5.25kk
Tier 4 - 16 Cobra Axe - 11.25kk
Tier 5 - 32 Cobra Axe - 23.25kk
Tier 6 - 64 Cobra Axe - 47.25kk
Tier 7 - 128 Cobra Axe - 95.25kk
Tier 8 - 256 Cobra Axe - 191.25kk
Tier 9 - 512 Cobra Axe - 383.25kk
Tier 10 - 1024 Cobra Axe - 767.25kk

Tier 10 Soul Eater - 1,534,500,000 gold

So lets be realistic here.... No one is ever really going to achieve a T10 weapon, helmet and armour...
But... we could all get some relativly nice smaller bonuses..
I would expect most people who play the game a lot could achieve T3-7 items. Anything beyond that is insane and you probably won't see the return on your investment.

What makes this even harder, is getting hold of 1 set of items. Because currently you can't mix Cobra Clubs with Axe with Lion Swords.. for example. So if 2 people are collecting Cobra Clubs on your server... well good luck xD

If you have any questions or would like to donate to me please send tc to "Kaguii"

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2021.11.29 12:12 EngrToday Weekly School Q&A Thread (#100!)(11/29/2021)

Hi all,
Here is the 100th installment of the weekly school Q&A thread. Feel free to ask any questions related to computer engineering schools/degrees here (they will no longer be allowed as individual posts).
Common Questions (continuously expanding)

• Computer Engineering vs. Computer Science vs. Electrical Engineering?
• There have been plenty of famous computer engineers with backgrounds in each of these areas. Furthermore, these degrees can vary significantly between universities. A great place to start is looking at the specific curriculum of the universities you are thinking of/are attending, and seeing if it has the things you are interested in.
• Can I get job X/Y/Z with a computer engineering degree?
• Look at some job listings! If a listing says computer engineering, computer science, or related area degree, you should be fine! Relevant skills are typically more important than the name of the degree.
• How important is the name/ranking of the university?
• From my experience, apart from a few universities, the name means less than people think it does. For many mid-range to good universities, the interviewing person isn't going to know anything about the program unless they personally went there, or have some direct connections. Things like skills/experience are (in my experience) more important.
• What laptop should I get?
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• In a lot of cases, there is no obvious answer to this question, especially for undergraduate degrees. University rankings are often a very poor resource for comparing schools. Look at the programs, and see which ones have the best resources for your situation. You can use rankings to get a very rough estimate of school quality, and where it sits in relation to other schools.
• Should I take class X/Y/Z?
• There are really two questions to answer there. The first is, are you trying to see if you like a certain topic? If so, only you can answer that. The second is, are you trying to use this for a job in the future? If you're not looking at jobs that use that particular class, it won't be very helpful.
• Can I do computer engineering/science if I'm not good at math?
• That depends! If you put in the time to work past any deficiencies you have, you'll be fine. Many people enter engineering programs with a poor background in math. Just know that much of the math you learn will be used in later classes you take, so there's no getting around it.
• Do I need a Masters/PhD in this field?
• While a masters/PhD is not strictly necessary, you will find that they can be extremely useful in a number of areas. For example, you will find most people doing architecture and design work will have advanced degrees in those areas. Take a look at job postings you would be interested in applying for, and see what they are looking for.
• What should I do to prepare for a CE degree?
• Looking at the courses you will be taking for your degree and learning that content ahead of time is the most practical thing you can do (you have to take those courses anyway, so learning them early will put you ahead of the curve). All of that information should be available from your university (course descriptions, a past syllabus, degree plans, etc.). If you find that too boring, I would always suggest trying to pick up almost any programming language (Python is where many people start, but you could go for something like C++ as well).
• Where can I go to learn X/Y/Z?
• Many professors put the content of their courses (even assignments and solutions) on their public websites for free. There are also many online learning sights out there (coursera, edx, and udacity to name a few). In addition to these, it's fairly easy to find resource from a quick web search on google, or a search for videos on YouTube.
All the best,
--Nick

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2021.11.29 12:12 NORDLAN With the failure of Trumps “election fraud” campaign, he, his enablers, and Russian trolls are trying to cast him as a victim of the falsely called “Russia hoax” to promote his candidacy

The suddenly red-hot media campaign to support Trumps false claim that he was the victim of a “Russia hoax”
Trump, his enablers, and Russian Internet trolls, including on Reddit, watching Trumps big lie about election fraud fall to pieces, have launched a new campaign to try to defend him — claiming he was the victim of a so-called “Russia hoax”. They are using Trump-appointed Special Counsel Durham’s indictments of Sussman and Danchenko, both of whom have pled not guilty of lying to the FBI about the Steele Dossier, as their basis. Here are the facts.
The factual record on Trump-Russia has been set forth most authoritatively by the report of the Senate Intelligence Committee, then chaired by Richard Burr, a Republican from North Carolina. Here are the most salient points:
Dating back to at least 2006, Trump and his companies did tens of millions of dollars of business with Russian individuals and other buyers whose profiles raised the possibility of money laundering. More than one-fifth of all the condominiums sold by Trump over his career were purchased in all-cash transactions by shell companies, a 2018 BuzzFeed News investigation found. In 2013, Trump’s pursuit of Russian business intensified. That year, he staged the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. Around that time, Trump opened discussions on the construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow, from which he hoped to earn “hundreds of millions of dollars, if the project advanced to completion,” in the words of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Trump continued to pursue the Tower deal for a year after he declared himself a candidate for president. “By early November 2015, Trump and a Russia-based developer signed a Letter of Intent laying out the main terms of a licensing deal,” the Senate Intelligence Committee found. Trump’s representatives directly lobbied aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin in January 2016. Yet repeatedly during the 2016 campaign, Trump falsely stated that he had no business with Russia—perhaps most notably in his second presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, in October 2016.
Early in 2016, President Putin ordered an influence operation to “harm the Clinton Campaign, tarnish an expected Clinton presidential administration, help the Trump Campaign after Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee, and undermine the U.S. democratic process.” Again, that’s from the Senate Intelligence Committee report. The Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos “likely learned about the Russian active measures campaign as early as April 2016,” the Senate Intelligence Committee wrote. In May 2016, Papadopoulos indiscreetly talked with Alexander Downer, then the Australian high commissioner to the United Kingdom, about Russia’s plot to intervene in the U.S. election to hurt Clinton and help Trump. Downer described the conversation in a report to his government. By long-standing agreement, Australia shares intelligence with the U.S. government. It was Papadopoulos’ blurt to Downer that set in motionthe FBI investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, a revelation authoritatively reported more than three years ago.
In June 2016, the Trump campaign received a request for a meeting from a Russian lawyer offering harmful information on Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump Jr. and other senior Trump advisers accepted the meeting. The Trump team did not obtain the dirt they’d hoped for. But the very fact of the meeting confirmed to the Russian side the Trump campaign’s eagerness to accept Russian assistance. Shortly after, Trump delivered his “Russia, if you’re listening” invitation at his last press conference of the campaign. WikiLeaks released two big caches of hacked Democratic emails in July and October 2016. In the words of the Senate Intelligence Committee: “WikiLeaks actively sought, and played, a key role in the Russian intelligence campaign and very likely knew it was assisting a Russian intelligence influence effort.”
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At crucial moments in the 2016 election, Trump publicly took positions that broke with past Republican policy and served no apparent domestic political purpose, but that supported Putin’s foreign-policy goals: scoffing at NATOsupport for Estonia, denigrating allies such as Germany, and endorsing Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Throughout the 2016 election and after, people close to Trump got themselves into serious legal and political trouble by lying to the public, to Congress, and even to the FBI about their Russian connections.
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Report on Trump-Russia https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/report_volume5.pdf
ADDITIONAL NY TIMES SUMMARY OF THAT BIPARTISAN REPORT
Republican.-Led Senate Panel Details Ties Between 2016 Trump Campaign and Russia
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/18/us/politics/senate-intelligence-russian-interference-report.html
A sprawling report released by a Republican-controlled Senate panel that spent three years investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 election laid out an extensive web of contacts between Trump campaign advisers and Kremlin officials and other Russians, including at least one intelligence officer and others tied to the country’s spy services.
The report by the Senate Intelligence Committee, totaling nearly 1,000 pages, drew to a close one of the highest-profile congressional investigations in recent memory and could be the last word from an official government inquiry about the expansive Russian campaign to sabotage the 2016 election.
It provided a bipartisan Senate imprimatur for an extraordinary set of facts:
THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT DISRUPTED AN AMERICAN ELECTION TO HELP MR. TRUMP BECOME PRESIDENT,
RUSSIAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES VIEWED MEMBERS OF THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AS EASILY MANIPULATED,
and
Some of Mr. Trump’s advisers were eager for the help from an American adversary.
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2021.11.29 12:12 H0TDOGG Volatility: Ep.3 – Memory Analysis Q3

Hello guys and girls
I really am stuck with the following question. I know how to dump files and get their hash, but this one has me in a twist.
The only reference I can find for the DataSectionObject is when using filescan as follows -
iml-user@volatility-episode-1-4:~/Desktop\$ vol.py -f level1.vmem --profile=Win7SP1x86 filescan | grep 0x000000007ecb56c8
Volatility Foundation Volatility Framework 2.6
0x000000007ecb56c8 2 0 R--r-d \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Users\peter\Desktop\oo.exe
iml-user@volatility-episode-1-4:~/Desktop\$
From here, I am lost. I know oo.exe isn't In memory, so how am I to gather its hash? would someone be so kind as to drop me a little hint?
Thank you all

Question 3 of 4
oo.exe was not in memory at the time of collection. What is the MD5 of the DataSectionObject at 0x000000007ecb56c8?

2021.11.29 12:12 greatcanadianfilmfes Friday, Dec 3rd - The Great Canadian Comedy Film Festival @ The Royal Theatre

Welcome to The Great Canadian Comedy Film Festival! We have gathered the best comedy films from around the world for you to enjoy @ The Royal Theatre (608 College St, Toronto)
We will be showing 23 comedy films in a two hour block. The rating for the entire block is PG-14. These are the featured films below:
Somebody - A "Smashing" ing Comedy Sketch by Louis Leuci
The Real Cops by Good Improv
I Spent Valentine's Day Alone and Didn't Think about D*ck once by Jack Creaghan
These are the Things... by Dean Silvaggi and Dominika Grzesik
Forgettable Man by David Schuster, David Wunderlich
TIPS by Mercedes Papalia
Habib - The First Arab Superhero by Rob Michaels, Kenzie Yango
The Zounderkite: "The Glove Box" : Magical Matthew and Maestro by Mike Ricci
Mulligan by Katelyn McCulloch
Growing Up: A Short Film About Talking Plants by Ben Thompson
Brothers on a Little Island by Andrew Fleming and Tyson Coady
How to Make A Platypus by Scott Thomson
I'm asking the Questions by by Collin Black
Lemon Tree by Scout Stolpmann
While you Flow by Taylor Hreljac
Web Therapy by Leo Morgenstern
Interview by a Cannibal by Michael Wisniowski
Microdosing by Cole Garrett and Keegan Duncan
Or, The Whale by Mark Kiefer
Dominbros by Benjamin Roy
Quarantine Fling by Milo Shandel
Follow us on Instagram for trailers of the films!
You will be able to purchase tickets at the Royal Theatre's box office or here for \$15**.** Please keep your ticket so you can vote for your favorite film on our online venue. The link will be printed on your ticket so you can vote. The film with the most votes will receive \$300 USD prize.
Doors open at 8:30 PM, screening starts at 9:00 PM. Refunds will be given upon requests.
In order to attend the festival you will need to have proof of vaccination and a form of identification. An alternative is to provide a negative Covid test. You will not be allowed in the theatre without these items.

2021.11.29 12:12 mortodenoite A rant about "culture fit"

I just interviewed for a company as a software developer the other day, the interview went well, even though the interviewer (CEO) wanted to know why I was applying for this position, I told him I have the skills to do the job, however, he sent me this rejection email today:

"We are looking for a more communicative person to participate in the team's decision process and who has a strong identification with our product.
You seem to have a lot of experience with development and I'm sure you would technically help and teach us a lot."
I don't think I shouldn't have "strong identification" with their product in order to work, whatever that means, is this person trying to get work for free or something?
Jesus, some CEOs are out of touch.

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The other day I started JRE #1739 with Philip Goff who just wrote a book about Panpsychism. I didn't even make it half way through before turning it off. Say what you will about the merits (or lack thereof) of Panpsychism, but Joe was struggling with the basic concepts needed to even start the conversation. To be fair, Goff was doing a terrible job of explaining, but Joe came off as a gorilla. He seemed unable to distinguish consciousness from intelligence from awareness etc.
Paraphrased Example:
Philip Goff: "I'm aquatinted with a world expert in the science of color and he happens to be colorblind. So despite knowing everything there is to know on the science of the color red, he will never understand it the way that people like normal vision do. And no additional scientific understanding will ever allow him to experience red the way we do because how one experiences the color red it outside of scientific understanding."
Joe Rogan: "Well that's not true because we know that colorblindness is caused by genes. Plus If I do DMT, I'll see colors differently."

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2021.11.29 12:12 Charming_Complaint17 Has anyone heard anything new about the 2017 Joshua Tree Tour film?

3 years ago, Anton Corbijn said the film was almost done. Then the 2019 leg of the tour happened — 2 years after that, still no news.