first, i know there is a difference between different dragons with the same attack power, due to their unique spellkit and the base they attack. but when comparing the same dragons on diffrent level or with different equipment and rider, there should not be much of a difference when they have the same attack power, right?
for this example i take Gig, as one of the most popular dragons atm.
if you compare a 7b Gig with a 9b Gig, surely the latter should be the one crushing stronger bases, right? right?
unfortunately thats not true. upgrading your rider and gear to the max is not as important as pushing him to the maximum level.
a teammember and i tested this on one of the strongest bases in our 5ta, since we both were not sure about the hypothesis, that numbers dont matter. he managed to kill the island (undefended) and i just barely reached 70+%. well you now might think, he got the 9b and i got the 7b Gig, but its the other way round. (both our flight skills are equal / compareable)
with a closer look it was clear, the attack power does not match the hp / attack.
since all spells are based on either hp or attack, and all abilites have been learned, how do 2b less power result in 20-30% more stats? if you implement a value that seems so easy to be compared with others, why is it so useless?