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Mr. Punish's experience
Just a small thought. I saw a cam where 2 people in a party without shared experience got 8999 experience for the kill. So the 9450 you got was that with shared experience? The reason I ask is because 9000 + 5% is 9450. It's not a big deal really, most boss creatures probably have the wrong hp/exp here on wiki. I'm just curious about it. I mean I can have missed someone getting 450~ exp in the cam.
Nevaran 11:48, 15 March 2009 (UTC)
I'm not sure that parties do have bonus experience - I searched in Wikia, not found. Both players gained 4725 each one with the Shared Experience. But in this link, it clearly says that the only benefit to be in a shared experience party is that they round the experience to a higher number (e.g.: A Penguin gives 1 Experience. Both players will not receive 0.5, but 1 instead). That's why I put 9450. But, you need to check the viedo protocol and both we need to check about that. I'll verify later.
http://www.tibia.com/gameguides/?subtopic=manual§ion=combat#partymode and Shared Experience#Bonus Experience, they both say 5% for creatures who give 20+ experience... Not sure where you got rounded experience from.. -- Sixorish 04:19, 16 March 2009 (UTC)
As Sixorish pointed out it does say it in the manual on tibia.com.
About the rounded experience. If the experience gained is not an integer it will round up. As the example with penguins. Try it in a party with 3-4 people and all will get 1 exp.
Nevaran 13:20, 16 March 2009 (UTC)
Hi, :) I see you are a little confused about rareness of creature drops. Semi-rare loot is dropped more often than rare, that is why it goes after common. Check the Rareness page if you would like. beejay 06:38, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
A rare (semi,rare,very) are all classed as uncommon. I can think of a few examples where semi means part of or half, but none meaning 'more' than what it is describing. About the way semi is used on other games I have no idea why they would use it as they do, but its not used correctly. Mid-rare/more rare would perhaps be more suitable words for what they are describing. :) beejay 04:29, 13 April 2009 (UTC)
RE: frog prince
Honestly theres not much more i can say... its a pretty simple boss, lol. --Elgarel Kator 02:51, 22 April 2009 (UTC)