I recall a snippet of forum conversation from a while ago regarding Sylvan's and their damage.
There was some talk about how it's pointless to raise Intelligence above a certain number because it does nothing.
Does it really do nothing to your damage, or does it simply start to suffer diminishing returns and that it does, in fact, provide a boost to damage (even if smaller than the previous point)?
Edit: Or, option three, is this specific to Sylvans? Makes no sense that it would be, but stranger things have happened.
That said, old Sylvan at least still benefited from that extra int, as do magi. I imagine the new version of it does as well, from what I've heard of weatherweaving.
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It affects both Strength stuff and Intelligence stuff. With the sort-of-not-really exception of dragons, who treat diminishing returns scaling as if 18 STR/INT was 12 for determining how much of a boost they get.
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