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A WX-78 overcharge calculator


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https://www.tynker.com/ide/embedded?p=60f37b639864d61b643ceb30&controls=false&autostart=true

I would like to advertise this as a lot of people would want it and most mods don't give you this much information on overcharge.

You can calculate:
1. every end is nigh use (20%)
2. every end is nigh book (100%)
3. you can also calculate each strike.
4. you can calculate specific luck (mostly for argumentation on how luck affects the charge... spoilers, it doesn't change much)
5. if you don't put on specific luck, the luck is as it is in-game.
6. you can also see efficiency (minutes added per book)
other than that the usual stuff like total charge, oh and I should add you can of course stack books and uses in this calculator. 

Improvements? well I would love feedback and I am planning a settings menu to be added in the future. All the formulas well i cant list all of them so you can ask in discord where I am active. Feel free to DM. \(^0^)/
Brian E#0926

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There actually is a client-side mod to calculate WX's overcharge. Of course it will not be 100% accurate, but it is self correcting when WX starts to lose overcharge, and in my 1600 days of using the mod, it's only really off by about 1 day, which again has a self-correction process.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1684100178

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6 hours ago, Hornete said:

Out of curiosity, how come mods couldnt give you this much information?

this is really cool though, I love these kinds of tools

well what i meant was no mod to date has these info... if you know of any mods id gladly edit the post but for now I'm pretty sure there aren't. its definitely possible yes, but I'm not planning on learning Lua so its not me whos gonna make it.

5 hours ago, lakhnish said:

There actually is a client-side mod to calculate WX's overcharge. Of course it will not be 100% accurate, but it is self correcting when WX starts to lose overcharge, and in my 1600 days of using the mod, it's only really off by about 1 day, which again has a self-correction process.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1684100178

yes but it does not show efficiency nor how luck can affect it

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