Also see: Cheezard 30/50/70/90
Power Level: 113
Location: Zardmaster: Evolution!
Training Difficulty: 134
CHA Level: 112
Rate at 0 CHA: 0%
Rate at 134 CHA: 67%
Rate at 200 CHA: 100%
Damage: 18 base, 31 random, and 314% stat damage
BTH: +6 plus Stats
Damage: 33 base, 58 random, and 588% stat damage
BTH: -4 plus Stats
Damage: 9 base, 17 random, and 168% stat damage
BTH: +10 plus Stats
If attack 3 connects and deals > 0 damage, the Cheezard attempts to Daze the enemy (3 rounds; 15% chance of not acting per round). Monster categories "undead", "golem", "robot", "mecha", and "incorporeal" are immune to this. All other monsters get a save roll.
Level: 113 vs MonsterLevel
Major: 200 vs MonsterEND
Minor: 165 vs MonsterLUK
Additionally, if the monster is not already Dazed (or is Dazed with <15% chance of not acting) and the Cheezard hasn't "learned" that the monster is immune to Dazing, then the Cheezard does Attack #3. Otherwise, it does Attack #1 half the time, or Attack#2 the other half the time.
The Cheezard can "learn" that a monster is immune to Dazing. Each time that you go through the AI, there is a 10*(# of times that you attempted to daze the monster, but the monster wasn't dazed since it was immune)% chance of the Cheezard figuring out that the monster is immune. (If the monster has the Daze Immunity status, then it doesn't count towards the # of times.)
You're fighting an undead monster. The Cheezard attacks, and the hit connects, but the monster is immune to the Daze.
On the next turn, the Cheezard has a 10% chance of "learning" that the undead monster is immune to Daze. If it does "learn", then the Cheezard just does Attack#1 or Attack #2 for this round, and for the rest of the fight. Otherwise, the Cheezard does the daze attack again. Let's say that it doesn't learn, and that the attack connects again.
On the next turn, the Cheezard has a 20% chance of "learning" (since there were a total of two attempted Dazes). Let's say that it doesn't learn, and the attack connects again.
On the next turn, the Cheezard has a 30% chance of "learning" (since there were a total of three attempted Dazes). Let's say that it doesn't learn, and the attack misses this time.
On the next turn, the Cheezard has a 30% chance of "learning" (it's not 40%, since you didn't attempt to daze the monster last turn). And so on.
The Zardmaster stole a Tofu Koofu, after which he patterned this zard... just with a little more dairy (and a little more flavor). Keep him unrefrigerated for too long and he starts to sweat. Basic CHA 134; Recommended CHA 200
Numbers/effect/example thanks to In Media Res. Image from balubamboto. Write-up by devbhargava
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