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Base Damage is a special Attribute which, unlike Melee Damage, cannot be directly seen by the Player during gameplay. For a list of base values of other stats, see Base Creature Statistics.
The Base Damage depends on the Creature or the Player, and respectively, the Weapon used. Same Creatures and Weapons also have the same Base Damage.
Disregarding Armor, resulting damage is calculated by multiplying the Base Damage, an absolute number, by the percentage coming from the Melee Damage Attribute.
The difference between Base Damage and Melee Damage is that only the latter can be seen ingame. This may lead to confusion of the player because it does not seem obvious that Melee Damage is not the only Attribute affecting the damage.
Higher Melee Damage does not necessarily mean higher resulting damage.
Regarding a Tyrannosaurus and a Carnotaurus with a Melee Damage of 230% and 270% respectively, one could assume that the Carnotaurus would deal more damage.
However, after factoring in the Base Damage this assumption turns out to be wrong:
|Dinosaur||Base Damage||Melee Damage||Total Damage|
|Carnotaurus||35||270%||35 * 270% = 95|
|Tyrannosaurus||62||230%||62 * 230% = 143|
List of Base Damages
|Player Unarmed (Spyglass and Flare Gun)||8.0|
|Creature||Base Damage||Alternate Attack|
Ignoring armor, Weapons may deal different amounts of damage depending on where you hit a certain creature. For example, you only deal 20% damage against a Carbonemys' shell body part. Many creatures also take additional damage if you hit them in the head, with differing multipliers. However, the damage against the fleshy body of the organisms stays the same across all of them.
Weapon damage values
Against unarmored bodies, the damage weapons do per shot/attack is listed in the following table.
The Percent Torpor Gain is based on the % Melee Damage Attribute of both the weapon used, as well as the player using it.
For example, a Ramshackle Wooden Club with 120% damage will do a base damage of 6. With its torpor gain multiplier of 3.75, it will now do 22.5 torpor per hit.
|Percent Torpor Gain|
|Bow (Stone Arrow)||55||0||0%|
|Bow (Tranquilizer Arrow)||20||95||450% (200% + 250% over 5 seconds)|
|Crossbow (Stone Arrow)||95||0||0%|
|Crossbow (Tranquilizer Arrow)||35||157.5||450% (200% + 250% over 5 seconds)|
|Grenade (direct hit)||150||0||0%|
|Longneck Rifle (Simple Rifle Ammo)||280||0||0%|
|Longneck Rifle (Tranquilizer Dart)||26||221||850% (600% + 250% over 5 seconds)|
|Shotgun (per pellet, 10 per shot)||64||0||0%|
|Pump-Action Shotgun (per pellet, 14 per shot)||46||0||0%|
|C4 Charge (direct hit)||650||0||0%|
|Rocket Launcher (direct hit)||1500||0||0%|
|Compound Bow (Stone Arrow)||74||0||0%|
|Compound Bow (Tranquilizer Arrow)||27||121.5||450% (200% + 250% over 5 seconds)|
|Compound Bow (Metal Arrow)||202.5||0||0%|
|Fabricated Sniper Rifle||165||0||0%|
|Melee attack of any Ranged Weapon||10||14||140%|
Note: all values were taken from the raw damage values of the blueprints in the dev kit.
The minimum pulling time to shoot an arrow with a bow is 0.3 seconds and the maximum damage is reached after pulling for 1.2 seconds. An arrow's damage starts at 25% at 0 seconds, and increases linearly up to 100% at 1.2 seconds. Since an arrow can only be launched after 0.3 seconds, this means that the minimum damage of an arrow is 43.75%.
The only difference for slingshots is the minimum pulling time, which is 0.25 seconds, resulting in a minimum damage of 40.625%.
- Since the Base Damage value can not be seen during gameplay, other methods are required to find out the exact numbers, such as in-game testing, receiving the values from the developers (like in Patch Notes 173.0), or by extracting them from the Dev Kit.
- In v242.0 a server-option for displaying the dealt damage as a floating number (as known from RPG-games) was added. This mode is not enabled on official servers, but is always enabled for the damage dealt to the Training Dummy.