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Neural Cloud is an awesome auto-chess-style strategy game, but some terms may be confusing. Specifically, hashrate.
In Neural Cloud, hashrate is the description for a type of damage some characters (Dolls) use.
Think of hashrate as magic power. Many spell-based Dolls use specific skills and attacks to inflict ‘Operand’ damage. Hashrate helps determine how powerful these attacks will be.
The other type of attack Dolls may use are Physical attacks. Physical attacks are not modified by a Doll’s hashrate level.
How to check your hashrate in Neural Cloud
If you want to check your hashrate on a specific character/Doll, we’ll show you how.
Time needed: 1 minute
Start by selecting a Doll and follow along below:
- On the Doll screen
Find the magnifying glass in the bottom-left and tap it
- Check out your stats
A pop-up will show you that Doll’s specific stats, including hashrate
That’s it, you now know how to check your Dolls’ individual stats. Use this to build out the best teams possible.
How to see what skills use hashrate and Operand damage
If you are curious about which characters rely on hashrate bonuses, you can check really quickly.
Just head to a Doll’s info page, then click on the skills in the bottom-right corner. Doing so will open the screen above, where you can learn more about each ability.
What are Calculation Power and Calculation Damage?
In some guides, you may see the terms “Calculation Power” and “Calculation Damage”
Essentially, these guide makers are referring to Calc Power as hashrate and Calc Damage as Operand damage.
Neural Cloud is better when you understand the mechanics
Hopefully, this quick guide has explained hashrate in Neural Cloud.
Additionally, the quick guide can be used to monitor your favorite Dolls’ stats to better build out teams for end-game content.
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