0.18%, if it's 3%How I reached that:You have a 3% chance to have your first slot get chann.You have two shots at getting a second chann stat, making it a 6% chance to get one chann in a second slot.Therefore, six percent of the three percent of rolls that have one chann will have a second chann stat6% of 3 is 0.18. So you have a 0.18% chance of at least 2x channeling.My math could be wrong. These could be the wrong steps. I don't know. I'm tired. xD

Percent is chance, not a guarantee. I've been told that it's pretty easy to get 2x int on Sin wrists. 500-600 rolls later, the most I've gotten is 1x int. I've also had people tell me that they would pay 100k EC to get stats on their weapon like I have on my Seek sword because they've tried X000 number of times for GoF 3x Atk and not gotten it, where it was my first roll. There's always variation.It could take one roll, it could take a million. Results will vary. But it's still good to know the average amount to expect to have to roll this.I figured it might be. My math teacher was terrible at explaining this stuff, and I just have to wing it. Sorry for the not-correct answer. xDEdit: I just ran that by a more math-oriented person who is fully awake and they said that it's 0.18% too. Anyone else want to do the math here?

10k dama and I can't get ur stats on my dagger ((

And yes your math is wrong.

You guys should note that this is basicly just luck based....there isn't a 100% formula that will tell you how many rolls you need to get this or that. For example lets say you think you need 1700 rolls on a Wrists to get 3x channelling, you could very well try 3.000 times and still not get it simply due to the random factor on the formula. This % to Rolls numbers isnt accurate at all.

You guys should note that this is basicly just luck based....there isn't a 100% formula that will tell you how many rolls you need to get this or that.For example lets say you think you need 1700 rolls on a Wrists to get 3x channelling, you could very well try 3.000 times and still not get it simply due to the random factor on the formula.This % to Rolls numbers isnt accurate at all.