Do you want to know how much resist your pet will give you from spell proof?
The actual value you get from talents like spell proof that go up as you train is a decimal number, which KI rounds for display. So your 10% spell proof pet may not be giving you exactly 10% resist. And you shouldn't worry about whether your pet just missed getting 10% spell proof, because really, you just missed going from 9.4% to 9.5%. Not such a big deal.
Talents that go up increase linearly with stat1+ stat2 + half of power
If you mouse over the stats they tell you which talents they affect.
Pet resist from spell proof depends on strength + agility + 1/2 power
For every 62.5 increase in this sum you get another 1% resist from spell proof.
So your total resist from spell proof is (strength + agility + 1/2 power)/62.5
You can see that this equation is correct if you watch your pet as you train it. When spell proof increases by 1%, that means you just went, for example, from 4.4% to 4.5%. Check the equation or the table below for your current stats and it should show your pet at or just over 4.5%.
This table shows various strength+agility+1/2 power and the spell proof resist you get from it. I am not sure if KI rounds it the same, so it could be off by one:
219 3.5% Displays as 4%
250 4% Real 4%
281 4.5% Displays as 5%
313 5% Real 5%
625 10% Maximum possible without any selfish boosts
719 11.5% Displays as 12%
725 11.6% Maximum possible with two selfish boosts that affect strength and/or agility
You can check the actual resist you have from pets or any source using 1000 damage bolts in the practice arena. Make sure the person bolting you isn't getting any gear boosts and you don't have any other resist gear.
I don't have the exact value for spell defying, but the resist is about half of what you get for spell proof.
Mods, I would appreciate if you could sticky this thread, I was inspired to post this after answering this same question 5 times in the past week. I won't be giving individual responses anymore. There is also a lot of misinformation being posted about this which I hope can be cleared up.
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