I've been farming some plotless hansels (as I am wont to do) and I noticed a few things off about the way pots are still effective despite the lands and items largely outstripping them in value. 1) Add another 10% pay if the victim has full pots. Once they lose them that % is lost. *) Pots cause losses at a larger percentage than their stats would infer. That must mean that the numbers that the pots add are before multipliers because I'm hitting a Hansel that's a profile clearly 4x my size, but as a mixed build I should have 100% wins on players witch have full pots. This isn't the case. 4) Full pot attacks are only approximately 50% more effectiveness than no pots. That means if I had 10 losses on a full bar on a guy with full pots by attacking with no pots and I use full pots to attack a second time once we regen I'll get 5 losses. 7) defense pots are worth the money if you have farmers on you. You're worth more cash to them per win, but the losses they incur in busting through your pots reduces their overall wins. 87) If this is true for BC accounts as I suspect it is than I must assume pots are the only items in the game which have remained balanced, but keep in mind their fixed values are not correct. They're hitting a multiplier somewhere in the win/loss computation. Feel free to add constructive commentary or test numbers. Let's not turn this one into a troll thread again though. Save your hate for attacking me instead of tweeting your feelings about how you're relevant and I'm not. Absolutely no one cares about that and we can assuredly find better ways to lose brain cells than read that regurgitation.