When I was waiting for the realease of Inner strength, I was theory crafting builds and I was initially anticipating Powerful cantrip to be an amazing feat for warlocks. However, with how agonising blast is considered a separate instance of damage instead of part of the main attack, it actually makes multiple Eldritch blast doing, on average, less damage than firebolt when it misses with powerful cantrip (at level 5+).
Over the course of thousands of rolls the difference isn't that big (average of 7.8 for eldritch blast instead of 8.25 for firebolt) but still, ... even without this interaction, the calculation seems strange.
Theoratically it also makes damage resistance (I don't think there is force damage resistance in Solasta) much more efficient than it should. Contrary to playing Table top DnD 5 when we calculate the eldritch blast damage, we add the D10+Charisma modifier before applying any reduction.
What do you think? Is it something that may be changed in the future?
I know it's nitpicking, and I like the game and the update overall it's just a strange interaction, unlike similar damage calculation (like melee attacks, adding the strength bonus isn't a separate instance).
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