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i have made a formula in an excel file which can calculate how much kills you would make(off course it is average). It counts for normal shooting. so no: twin linked, rending, tanks or anything like that
do think it is useful or useless??
The application is definitely appreciated. But, and maybe I speak for myself here, I genuinely prefer doing the math in my head.
It makes it more accessible, since I try to keep my brain whereever I go (TRY) and it accomodates for rending and all the other keywords.
Plus, doing it yourself helps in real life situations too.
Again, I appreciate the work you've done, but I myself prefer mental mathhammer.
Dekkah 'ead Stompah's Rood Boyz
W/L/D- 2008 7-4-0
i do it also in my head but same of my friends aren't that good in 'headmath' and i found i could use some practise with formulas for dice rolls, i have also one for re-rolls
I tried to put in some specs, but either I don't know how to use it or there is something I don't understand. For instance, I put in a mob of 20 Boyz with 5+ BS skill and I guess 20 shots and it gave me stats of .55555 something. What exactly does that mean? Also, I filled out the first row, but I have no idea what the other rows are for.
orks have BS 2 after that you must fill in the armour save of the enemy without +
(the firs row is the toughness of your enemy minus the strength of your weapons)
Last edited by grotsnik; December 25th, 2008 at 21:25.