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lukasnoname

How is vulnerability (strike responses) calculated?

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I've made an unequal match between a heavy weight amazon CAW with great stats vs a 160cm@46kg CAW with beginner stats. What puzzles me is that the CAW despite its very low weight and poor stats (30-30-30-30-35-35-30-40) appear to be less vulnerable to certain strikes than some of the non-CAW divas.
I've made a test with writing down the responses to Body Punch 1, which has at least four possible results: slight bend, double over, drop to knees and collapse. I've noted the limb damage and if the momentum was full or not.

My test carried out that despite Kelly Kelly have much better stats than the beginner CAW (51-44-61-61-84-86-48-75), she is much more likely to drop to her knees or even collapse from Body Punch 1.

I though that squichyness is determined by durability, weight, limb damage and momentum. But Kelly Kelly have much better durability than the beginner (61 vs 30) and I doubt she weight less than 46 kg. So my question is: which other factor determine squichyness?

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