The calculation of the snow globe seem off to me or at least strange.
"The additional armor Frost gains from equipped mods multiplied by 500% is also added to the globe's health." Does this mean that the snow globe only gains from the added mods to armor? So no armor mods equal no bonus?
Modified Health = (Base Health + 5 × Frost's Base Armor × Base Armor Bonus) × (1 + Power Strength) + Absorbed Damage
If this was the case, without an Steel fibre the health would be just plain 5000*1.3?
I would like to think that the armor of frost himself gets added aswell, not only if a mod is equipped. My thinking is totally unfounded but it would make more sense to me. My formula would look like this:
Modified Health = (Base Health + 5 × Frost's Base Armor × (1 + Base Armor Bonus)) × (1 + Power Strength) + Absorbed Damage
They probably didnt see a need to do so considering the shield already is strong enough against level 30 enemies. Needlessly adding on 2k more health is just a power creep that isnt neccessary. A warframe's armor doesnt change as the frame levels up, so Frost's base armor is already a static amount. Why would they throw in a bonus to a static number instead of just pre-set the unchanging base starting health of the globe to already accomodate for the base unchanging armor of the warframe? They dont need to complicate the calculation by adding in unchanging variables when they can simply set the starting health at a certain number.