Currently, I am involved in a disagreement as to interpreting the grammatical meaning of the following sentence:
“Restores 10% of Att as HP in battle.”
Given that “Att” and “HP” are nouns (with numerical values, if that makes a difference), from a purely grammatical standpoint does this sentence mean that either:
- 10% of “Att” is restored
- 10% of “HP” is restored
- Neither, something different, or is not grammatically correct
Edit for clarity:
The sentence represents the effect of an item in an MMORPG. "Att" is a numerical value for "Attack Power" and "HP" is a different numerical value for "Health Points." We are in agreement that the intended meaning of the sentence is that "HP" is restored by an amount equal to 10% of "Att." The dispute is regarding whether the given sentence is a grammatically correct way of conveying the given meaning. Under assumptions #1 or #3 it would not be correct while under assumption #2 it would be correct. Hopefully this helps.