Hi there, I will be updating the Elf Arcanist stats for the update 8.5, After 200 killed I will change the page and tell ya, so you can see if there is any mistake.
Ettelen 03:32, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
Okay /Dottie 11:44, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
I see you need help for the creation of loot statics and I wanna help you. I have a Knight lvl 38 so i can kill creatures low-medium strenght.
Can you say to me that it is exactly what I have to do?
email@example.com 11:07, 27 December 2008 (UTC)
Very well then! You should kill and get the statistics from 200 creatures, or just get 100 and let someone else do the rest. You should do that either killing creatures and just open them and note what you see. This is a very time consuming method, but you won't see how much food the creatures drop in another way. The easier way is to be in a party with someone and having the party channel open. Ofc you don't have to be close to that person. Now just go hunting and at the end of the hunt just check the party channel to note the info. This is a much easier method, but you won't see how much of each food the creature drops.
/Dottie 22:14, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
where is the guide?
True /Dottie 13:07, 11 January 2009 (UTC)
Not sure if you're still contributing here, but I was wondering what your math behind the 'average gp' is based on. I'm making a template and need it to include that.
Did you e.g take every gold drop and calculate the % from the total? or did you take each drop amount and calculate the probability? -- Sixorish 07:32, 8 April 2009 (UTC)
I counted both the probsbility for dropping gold at all, which is unnecessary, and counted the probablility for each amount of gold to drop. But I'd strongly suggest including the average golddrop (all gps/ amount of creatures) since you have to collect the data "by hand" and you may not use any current program to calculate anything else than that. unfortunately I had a small break but I'll start to contibute again now probably, cause I've still got unused logs. /Dottie 20:55, 13 May 2009 (UTC)
Coohie 13:05, March 26, 2011 (UTC)