Okay, does it stack with Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald weapons or doesn't it? The bullet point says they don't, but in the listed example in the same bullet it says that someone with Triangle Adept 3 and a Ruby Sword would do 40% damage, which clearly would mean it DOES stack since both are 20%. Can someone clarify/test? Breadgehog (talk) 12:17, 16 March 2017 (EDT)
The Triangle Adept page has since been updated, correcting it to 20% advantage, howeveer to better understand it you should refer to the Damage Calculation page. Fox787 (talk) 10:10, 21 March 2017 (AEDT) Fox787
Edit: Noticed that the initial WT advantage might make up for that 20%, but if that's the case it could still stand to be in the article for sake of clarity.
The initial "40%" was correct, 20% comes from the ruby sword wielder being red, the other 20% comes from the advantage being increased by having either Triangle Adept 3 or Ruby Sword. The Triangle Adept passive does not stack with the Ruby Sword, if it did - the advantage in this situation would have been 60%. This has been tested and confirmed, the bullet point has been clarified since there was confusion. Mar 26th 2017
WTA does make it 40% which can make learning how to build with gem weapons or triangle adept confusing.