# Talk:Baby Mutant Rattlesnake

I tested this with a 25lb Comma Chameleon for a few turns, and it gave +6 stats, both with +0 ml and +80 ml. --Friederike 19:50, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

So does that mean it's probably an attacking volleyball? Master pasta 21:57, 9 November 2008 (UTC)

- A 25 pound volleyball would have given slightly more than +4 stats. If it is a 1.25 weight volleyball (hello ascension relevant!), it would be giving about +5.6 stats. So we need more data on what he actually fought, what he was wearing, and what status effects he had up. --Flargen 22:06, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
- We need more data, period. I really only put that here so people who are curious can get some idea of what it does. Just for the record, I was fighting bunnies, had no equipment or effects that would have given me more stats, and it wasn't a stat day. --Friederike 13:12, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

More Comma Chameleon rattlesnake data:

- 25lb, bunnies at +0 ml: 6x +5, 7x +6
- 25lb, bunnies at +79ml: 2x +5, 8x +6
- 40lb, bunnies at +0 ml: 5x +7, 5x +8
- 40lb, bunnies at +79ml: 5x +7, 5x +8

--Friederike 17:53, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

So a 25lb is between 26 and 35 pounds of volley, and a 40 lb is between 50 and 63 pounds of volley. Taken together, the rattlesnake looks like between 125-140% of a volley. Can you test a 28lb volley? If it gives 5-6 stats as expected, that confirms that the rattlesnake is 125% of a volley.-QuantumNightmare 18:25, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

- 28lb volleyball (troll, actually): 14x +5, 6x +6 --Friederike 18:58, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

Sorry, wasn't clear. I meant test a 28 pound rattlesnake, not a 28 pound volleyball. If a 28 pound rattlesnake acts as a (28*1.25=) 35 pound volleyball and gives 5.91 stats, we should see a range of 5-6 stats. 5 stats will appear if the bonus is anything less than 128.5%, and would tighten the range of values to 125%-128.5%.-QuantumNightmare 19:37, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

- 28lb snake (comma): 15x +5, 5x +6 --Friederike 00:04, 17 November 2008 (UTC)

It is only a minor point, but how do we know it is a volleyball-type and not a sombrero?--Sir Spanky 16:19, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

- We don't know for sure, but friederike did test at both +0 and +79ML. A sombrero would show different results under these conditions. As well, we still need more testing to confirm a 125% volleyball.-QuantumNightmare 17:56, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

Tested mine in the Arena a little bit. It seems to be two stars in Scavenger Hunt and one star in Obstacle Course. Specifically, I fought against a Levitating Potato and seemed to have a 3 pound advantage in Scavenger (where LP has 1 star) and a 3 pound disadvantage in Obstacle (where LP has 2 stars). Is this enough evidence to add the data? --TedPro 23:30, 15 April 2009 (UTC)