What you want is an exceptional line of flat in an art, at a decent strength (100+).
If it's quality is not clear, you can find out if it's exceptional by upgrading. The more lines in an art, the less the upgrade per level of strength, but in a one liner it'll upgrade ith about 20-10 (basically like 14) per strength level (on first line). These values get lower the more lines you get and lower in the order. If it upgrades by like 2.1 in second line, it's not exceptional.
In combo arts it's more difficult. High strength superiors sometimes give like 500-600 on a second line. But that's pretty rare in my collection. Still, it can be pretty good. For instance, I kept like 320% shield with 420 flat corrosive. In that case, it's a great art.
What I usually do is compare if the art you have is as good as two other arts, if its values were doubled.
So if you have 75% kinetic and 455 flat, double it: 150% kinetic% and 910 flat.
That is pretty good on the kinetic%, but low on the flat - values over 1300 are common on a single blob level line. The difference is explained by the fact that the 455 line is superior or lower.
This method forces you to seek exceptionals and multiliners.
Still ,there are many ways that lead to Rome. Ipsi's score system (don't know where it is) is a good way to judge combo arts too.
Wrote a lot: Is this still on topic?
Statistics: Posted by Grobson — Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:46 pm