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If you dual-wield two crossbows, the damage between them is averaged out. Is the ruby damage added on after or before the average? If it's the former, that's fantastic for your output; if the latter, I can't really see the point in dual-wielding.
Are you positive? I've read elsewhere that it actually applied afterwards, which is why I thought trying it again would be a good idea. But if that's the case, then I already know everything I need to know about dual-wielding and it's just statistically never worth it. Which is disappointing, truly.
Emeralds add damage to your critical strikes.
Rubies add flat damage to your weapon.
To answer your question, the damage of your Xbows are added together for your damage. Adding rubies to both of them would increase the damage from each shot.
Example: 2 crossbows, each with 20-50 damage
I add a ruby to both that increases the damage by 10-15
Without: I deal 40-100 damage per "tick" (assuming 100% weapon damage)
With: I deal 60-130 per "tick"
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