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What does maximum proficiency mean in this context? How much more likely is a Sledge Hammer going to kill a zombie versus a golf club, for example. How was this number even determined, it is not cited. [[User:Kodemage|Kodemage]] 04:14, November 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
What does maximum proficiency mean in this context? How much more likely is a Sledge Hammer going to kill a zombie versus a golf club, for example. How was this number even determined, it is not cited. [[User:Kodemage|Kodemage]] 04:14, November 16, 2010 (UTC)
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:Each weapon has a maximum proficiency multiplied by its owners skullcrusher skill to get a percentage. For example a character with 100% skullcrusher and a wrench (maximum proff. 16.) would have an overall score of 100% * 16, therefore 16%. A survivor with 50% Skull crusher and a sledgehammer (maximum proff. 70) would have 50%*70 = 35%. --[[User:Rosslessness|Rosslessness]] 11:06, November 16, 2010 (UTC)

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What does maximum proficiency mean in this context? How much more likely is a Sledge Hammer going to kill a zombie versus a golf club, for example. How was this number even determined, it is not cited. Kodemage 04:14, November 16, 2010 (UTC)

Each weapon has a maximum proficiency multiplied by its owners skullcrusher skill to get a percentage. For example a character with 100% skullcrusher and a wrench (maximum proff. 16.) would have an overall score of 100% * 16, therefore 16%. A survivor with 50% Skull crusher and a sledgehammer (maximum proff. 70) would have 50%*70 = 35%. --Rosslessness 11:06, November 16, 2010 (UTC)
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