I never even considered extra tp from ws. That doesn't even matter. THOUGH YOU STILL NEED TO CONSIDER IT, BECAUSE YOU WILL OFTEN HAVE EXTRA TP FROM WS.
You are multiplying all tp gain by .95, which is not how it works. You either get full tp for a hit, or you get none. Although in the long run, the tp gain ends up the same, it doesn't work, because you are lowering your average rounds/ws by ignoring the possibility of all hits landing. You also are not accounting for the possibility of getting 4 attack rounds multiple times. If 1% of the time it takes 5 rounds to get 100 tp, 9% of the time it takes 6, 40% of the time it takes 7 rounds, 30% of the time it takes 8, and 20% of the time it takes 9, then you are averaging
(5*.01)+(6*.09)+(7*.4)+(8*.3)+(9*.2)= 7.59 rounds per ws.
I just pulled numbers out of my ***, so that's not accurate, but hopefully you're not too stupid to get my point.
Edited, Dec 15th 2010 11:19pm by ThePsychoticOne