Damage may refer to any of the following:
1. In general, damage refers to anything that causes harm to something or someone. Below are different examples of how damage may occur to a computer. With the hardware examples, all examples listed in the damage section can cause a device to stop working and would require replacement. In the case of software, this type of damage may cause errors and data loss, which could be recovered if backups were made.
What is the abbreviation for Damage? What does DMG stand for? DMG abbreviation stands for Damage. Burners teamgraffiti movies & documentaries on netflix. I’m looking for the meaning of “dmg”? The abbreviation dmg (French) means “dom Here’s a list of examples and english translations for dmg. DMG-01 is the model number of the original grey Gameboy and the later 'Play It Loud!' Series, which used the same hardware just in different colored cases. DMG stands for 'Dot Matrix Game', describing the screen.
2. Short for damage, dmg is a gaming term indicating how much damage was inflicted, or may be inflicted, on a character in the game. For example, someone with 1,000 HP (hit points) is capable of taking 1,000 damage before dying.
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This section is about your stand's stats, not your own skill points and their allocation, that's separate to your stand's stats.
Stand Speed increases the barrage speed of your stand, ranging from a scale of 0.2x - 2x depending on the amount of bars shown on that specific stat (1 - 10)
Stand Special increases the potency (damage) of Special-based moves (e.g Emerald Splash, Fireball, Fire Ankh, etc.) ranging from a scale of 0.2x - 2x depending on the amount of bars shown on that specific stat. (1 - 10)
Stand Power increases the potency (damage) of Strength-based moves (e,g Bearing Shot, Knife Throw, Barrages, Heavy Punch, etc.) ranging from a scale of 0.2x - 2x depending on the amount of bars shown on that specific stat. (1 - 10)
Developmental Potential enhances the impact that Level increases the potency of your stand ranging from a scale of 0.2x - 2x depending on the amount of bars shown on that specific stat. (1 - 10)
Development potential also improves your chances of getting a Requiem body, though only slightly.
At 10/10 Developmental Potential your stand has a 66% chance to requiem.
Stand stats don't upgrade abilities, just their potency.
The Stand's Special stat does not increase the length of Time Stop.