Another batch of questions and answers are now availible over at the official Dark Age of Camelot website. Many of the questions cover items this time around.
One of the reasons weapons that drop off of the new dragons are so highly prized, is because of their nifty procs. People claim that those procs go off much more frequently than on other weapons. I've always been under the impression that all weapons with procs had the same base chance to go off, and that nothing could modify that chance. What is the percentage chance of a weapon proc going off, and is it consistent across all weapons in the game? Do dragon weapons really proc more frequently, or does it just seem that way because some of them have two proc effects?
Giggling giddily the Lady of the Jewels explains: Reactive procs on weapons and armor do vary in their frequency depending on the item. Armor proc frequency, for example, takes into account how often that piece is likely to be hit in combat (boots are typically hit less often then a chest piece). Weapons can vary as well, but it is a very slight difference and is based on that item's level and difficulty to obtain. The dragon weapons appear to have an average chance to proc for their level and rarity. To give some perspective, they have the same chance to proc as the champion weapons..
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