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Any damage taken is reduced by this amount. Damage Resistance can be increased by wearing armor.— Fallout In-game description

La Résistance aux dégâts (RD) est une statistique dérivée du système de personnage SPECIAL.

Tout dégât subis est réduit par un pourcentage basé complètement ou en partie sur ce nombre, en fonction du jeu. La résistance aux dégâts peut être augmentée en portant des armures, ou en prenant certaines substances chimiques ou compétences, en fonction du jeu également.

Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Dans les jeux originaux Fallout, la RD (Résistance aux dégâts) est l'une des trois statistiques grâce auxquelles le personnage joueur peut réduire ou éviter les dégâts. Les autres statistiques sont la CA (Classe d'armure) et le SD (Seuil de dégâts). La RD occupe l' "étape finale" du combat et simule les effets de la protection d'une armure, sa capacité à diffuser l'énergie d'une balle et réduire sa létalité (comme une véritable armure).

Plus précisément, après que la CA est vérifiée pour un coup réussi et après que le SD est vérifié pour réduire les dégâts, s'il y a des dégâts entrants, la RD s'applique comme suit :

Échec d'analyse (erreur de syntaxe): {\displaystyle Final = \text{max}\Bigg(1, Ajusté \times \frac{100-\text{min}(RD,\ 90)}{100}\Bigg)}

Alors que le SD peut annuler complètement les dégâts infligés, la RD n'en est pas capable. Comme l'équation le suggère, la RD est plafonnée à 90%, et tout dégât dépassant le SD a un minimum de 1.

Niveau initial : 0

Fallout 2 uniquement :

Fallout 3[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Le maximum de Résistance aux dégâts est fixé à 85%, indépendamment de l'acquisition de cette valeur par l'armure, les aptitudes, drogues, ou une combinaison de ces objets. Ceci rend les effets de Rage de Nerd ! et du Med-X en quelque sorte moins efficaces, car même sans les substances chimiques, le Vagabond Solitaire peut gagner, de façon permanente, jusqu'à 94% de Résistance aux dégâts grâce à l'équipement et aux aptitudes (avec l'extension The Pitt). L'armure assistée T-51b, l'armure assistée Hellfire de l'enclave et leurs casques respectifs possèdent une RD maximale de 60. En additionnant cinq aptitudes permanentes (34%), cette combinaison procure la RD maximum sans drogues, ni moins de 20% de Points de Vie. Avec le contenu supplémentaire, il sera tout de même possible d'obtenir une RD maximale de 91% avec une armure assistée.

Il est à noter que ces chiffres prennent en compte une combinaison d'armure entièrement réparée, ce qui, en portant une armure assistée T-51b, est uniquement possible si le personnage joueur augmente l'aptitude de réparation Crazy Wolfgang à 100, en volant à la tire la workman's coveralls de Point Lookout sur lui car il n'existe qu'une seule copie de cette armure, et elle ne peut être réparée que par des personnages non joueurs.

L'armure Enclave Hellfire peut être trouvée, mais elle est rare (ne peut être obtenue qu'avec Broken Steel chargé). Pour les personnages joueurs qui préfèrent une armure non assistée, ils peuvent toujours obtenir une RD permanente de 82% (79% sans l'extension The Pitt) avec l'armure de combat de ranger, le masque de goule, le casque de combat des rangers et les aptitudes énumérées ci-dessous.

All add-on combinations[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Permanent DR of 73% (temporary of 83%), +5 melee weapons and 148 Action Points with the permanent perks below and Superior Defender, Action Boy/Action Girl, tribal power armor, Ledoux's hockey mask, Almost Perfect and waiting to collect all S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Vault Boy bobbleheads until level 30 has been achieved. This produces perfect SPECIAL stats with the exception of Agility which will be 9 due to the power armor effect. The tribal armor can be repaired with common T-45d power armor while the hockey mask is immune to item damage and can be repaired (if found damaged) with regular hockey masks.

The Pitt combinations[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Permanent DR of 73%, +1 Strength, +1 Luck, -1 Agility, +5 melee weapons and +65 AP with the permanent perks below and Action Boy/Action Girl, tribal power armor and Ledoux's hockey mask. The tribal armor can be repaired with common T-45d power armor while the hockey mask is immune to item damage and can be repaired (if found damaged) with regular hockey masks.
  • Replace the hockey mask above with Poplar's hood which has 2 lower DR than the hockey mask but can be worn with the ghoul mask producing 5 DR rather than 4. This combination repairs the Agility damage (+2 small guns, +2 sneak, +2 Action Points), adds +10 sneak, permanent 74% DR, +40 Action Points, and feral ghouls will not become hostile. It is a possibility for those who have not yet found the hockey mask, or missed acquiring it altogether. This option, however, excludes obtaining the Barkskin perk which offers 5 DR itself.

Permanently increasing Damage Resistance[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Temporarily increasing Damage Resistance[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • The Nerd Rage! perk gives +50% Damage resistance, but only if your Health is below 20%.
  • The Med-X drug gives +25% Damage resistance, and it is possible to double up the effect by wearing the prototype medic power armor and also manually administering the drug.

Fallout: New Vegas[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

In Fallout: New Vegas, DR is mostly replaced by DT (Damage Threshold). Med-X and the new consumables Slasher and Battle Brew provide bonuses to DR, which functions identically to the DR from Fallout 3. If all three consumables are taken together, they provide the maximum 85% damage resistance allowed by the game engine.

Damage Resistance is applied before damage threshold, contrary to the original Fallout games. So, for a character with 30 DR and 20 DT (i.e. a NCR Veteran Ranger), an attack that deals 80 damage is first reduced by 30% (leaving 56 damage), then the damage threshold is subtracted from that number, leaving a final damage of 36. As a result of this, a high damage resistance has a very large effect on a character's ability to withstand damage. For full damage, formula see Fallout: New Vegas combat.

The only pieces of equipment in the game that raise DR instead of DT are:

In addition, DR can be conferred via the console by entering player.forceAV DamageResist xx where xx is between 0 and 85. Values beyond 85 are ignored by the game; 85 is the maximum DR, a likely holdover in the game engine from Fallout 3.

A rare few non-player character characters have perks which grant them DR in addition to the DT from their armor. These include:

Fallout 4[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Damage resistance returns in Fallout 4. However, the stat is no longer a 1-1 relationship with actual % damage reduced, as its value can be in excess of 1,000 on certain models of power armor.

Instead, the amount of damage reduction the Sole Survivor gets out of the damage resistance is actually based on how much potential weapon damage is coming in; unlike previous games, net damage reduction is based on a ratio between the potential weapon damage done and the damage resistance, with diminishing returns for high damage resistance.

The amount of damage reduced by damage resistance climbs very quickly until damage resistance is about half of the potential weapon damage, after which diminishing returns means one gets less and less damage reduction per point of damage resistance. If damage resistance is exactly equal to the potential weapon damage done, then exactly half of the damage is negated. In other words, if one has 50 ballistic damage resistance and is shot by an enemy doing 50 ballistic damage, then they will receive 25 damage.

The most important factor is the ratio between damage resistance and potential weapon damage:

Weapon
Damage
Resistance Final
Damage
Reduction
Percent
10 0 9.9 1%
10 10 5.0 50%
10 25 3.6 64%
10 50 2.8 72%
10 100 2.2 78%
10 250 1.5 85%
10 1000 0.9 91%
25 0 24.8 1%
25 10 17.5 30%
25 25 12.5 50%
25 50 9.7 61%
25 100 7.5 70%
25 250 5.4 78%
25 1000 3.3 87%
50 0 49.5 1%
50 10 45.0 10%
50 25 32.2 36%
50 50 25.0 50%
50 100 19.4 61%
50 250 13.9 72%
50 1000 8.4 83%
100 0 99.0 1%
100 10 99.0 1%
100 25 83.0 17%
100 50 64.4 36%
100 100 50.0 50%
100 250 35.8 64%
100 1000 21.6 78%
250 0 247.5 1%
250 10 247.5 1%
250 25 247.5 1%
250 50 225.1 10%
250 100 174.8 30%
250 250 125.1 50%
250 1000 75.4 70%
1000 0 990.0 1%
1000 10 990.0 1%
1000 25 990.0 1%
1000 50 990.0 1%
1000 100 990.0 1%
1000 250 829.9 17%
1000 1000 500.3 50%

The upshot is that unlike previous games, it is very hard to get to the point where enemy damage is reduced to the range of ~20% or less. In addition, because the ratio between damage resistance and weapon damage is so important and because damage reduction grows very quickly at first for low values of the ratio, a higher damage resistance pays off mostly because it gives the player character better damage reduction against more-damaging attacks, not necessarily because it gives them better damage reduction against the same, weaker attack as before.

In other words, going from 20 to 40 damage resistance will only further reduce the damage done from a 10-damage shot by about ~12% (~61% to ~69% damage reduction), but it will dramatically boost the player character's damage reduction against a 100-damage grenade by about 23% (~10% to ~30% damage reduction). However, significant mitigation against such high damage is harder to achieve, since it is harder to get enough damage resistance to generate an appreciably high resistance-to-damage ratio. In other words, getting a 5-1 ratio is easy against a 20 damage shot, but very difficult (essentially limited to power armor) against a 100 damage grenade.

Damage reduction formula[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

All final values below are adjusted by difficulty:

Difficulty Player
Damage
Enemy
Damage
Very easy ×2.0 ×0.5
Easy ×1.5 ×0.75
Normal ×1.0 ×1.0
Hard ×0.75 ×1.5
Very hard ×0.5 ×2.0
Survival[1] ×.75 ×4.0
† Boosted higher depending on adrenaline level.

This is applied after the ratio and exponent are calculated, so damage resistance is applied on the base potential weapon damage before difficulty-based multipliers are included in. This means that damage resistance is the same level of effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) on every difficulty level.

Companions are unmodified. On all difficulty levels, they do 1x damage and take 1x damage from enemies. This means that companions generally become a bit more effective at higher difficulty levels since they will generally be taking less damage and doing more damage than the player character.

Regardless of where one hits an enemy/is hit by an enemy, the total damage resistance of all currently equipped pieces of armor is used for the formula.

The actual damage reduction formula is:

  • where default game settings are:
    • fPhysicalDamageFactor = 0.15
    • fPhysicalArmorDmgReductionExp = 0.365
  • This is a coefficient (multiplier) for the net damage done, not the actual damage reduction; so lower numbers are better (more damage is negated).
    • If one wants the actual % damage reduction simply do

Damage done as function of the damage to armor ratio.

Damage mitigation as function of the armor to damage ratio.

There are variations on this DamageCoeff calculation based on the weapon used:

  • Projectile and close combat weapons use PaperDamage (essentially, the number one sees in the Pip-Boy), RangeMultiplier, and PowerAttackMultiplier for the damaged part.
  • Energy weapons use WeaponBaseDamage and RangeMultiplier for the damaged part (essentially, they are more vulnerable to their respective damage resistance).
  • WeaponBaseDamage is affected by weapon mods and is e.g. doubled with a 2x charged laser musket
  • RangeMulti is 1.0 at 100% WeaponRange or closer, 0.5 at 200% of WeaponRange or farther, and scales from 1.0 to 0.5 as range increases from 100% to 200% of WeaponRange.

For poison damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Poison deals damage each second, as a distinctly inflicted hit, typically for 10 seconds; for example, if the player character has a poison resistance of 5 and suffers a poison 3 hit, then once per second for 10 seconds, they will suffer a 3 damage hit, resisted with a resistance of 5, which otherwise follows the rules for projectile damage.

For bleeding damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Bleeding works like poison, except that there is no such thing as bleeding resistance. Even robots such as 2nd generation synths and sentry bots will take bleeding damage, as it is a general damage over time effect.

For radiation damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Radiation damage has two subtypes. Almost all of it in the game is poisoning; each point of radiation poisoning from a radiation "hit" is resisted by radiation resistance (as per the energy damage resistance formula) and resolves as a .1% loss of maximum HP for each point that gets through. The only perk that raises radiation poisoning damage inflicted by a weapon is Nuclear Physicist, and radiation immunity makes a target ignore radiation poisoning entirely.

Non-poisoning radiation damage follows the normal rules for energy damage, including modification by perks; it ignores radiation immunity, and creatures with radiation immunity typically have no radiation resistance.

For explosive damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Explosive modifies other damage types - for example, something can inflict explosive energy damage. Explosive damage uses the same formula as the underlying type but is affected by additional perks and effects that interact with explosives. Padded and dense armor mods reduce the damage taken by 25% for padded and 50% for dense from explosion base damage. E.g. a dense armor mod reduces the damage taken from a frag grenade by 62.5% (50% and 25% in succession) in addition to normal physical resistance.

Combined damage types[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

When something has multiple resistible damage types (ballistic, energy, radiation, and poison are the currently resistible types, with any of them capable of being explosive or not, and radiation can be poisoning or not - almost all radiation sources are poisoning), one "hit" resolves as a hit for each damage type applied. Likewise, when something deals both direct and area of effect damage, a target is hit by each one individually. For example, if one removes the Lorenzo's Artifact gun mod from the original gun and attaches it to an Irradiated Gamma gun with an electric signal carrier antenna, a fully charged shot from the weapon will inflict 6 distinct "hits": energy damage, explosive energy damage, explosive projectile damage, radiation damage, explosive radiation damage, and radiation poisoning.

For power attack damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Multiply the weapon's paper damage by 1.5 at the end.

Final damage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Damage reduction formula for VATS critical attack[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Critical damage completely ignores armor.

CriticalDamage = PaperDamage + (WeaponBaseDamage x CriticalMulti)

  • CriticalMulti = 2 + BobbleheadBonus(0.25) + MagazineBonus(0.05 to 0.5) + WeaponModBonus(1.0 or 2.0)

Armor piercing[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Multiplies target's ballistic resistance (energy is bugged and not reduced in Fallout 4) by a number of perks and weapon mods - for example, Rifleman rank 5 multiplies target DR by 0.7. Due to the way the damage formula works, an attacker will need around 50% armor penetration to match the final damage of another with 20% bonus damage.

Fallout 76[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Fallout 76's Damage, Energy, Radiation, and Poison Resistance use the same basic formula as in Fallout 4.
  • Fallout 76's Adventure mode does not have varying levels of difficulty, as such there are no multipliers based on the difficulty level.
  • Perks that reduce a target's Energy and Radiation resistance have been fixed as of patch 13, however, they only apply to the base damage of the weapon and not any bonuses from attachments, perks or buffs.

Galerie[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Références[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  1. Most places cite this as 1.5x and 2.0x, however these numbers are relative to Very Hard difficulty, not Normal. The true, net difficulty modifiers are .75x for the player and 4.0x for enemies. For further discussion see examples such as this reddit thread or this mod

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