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    Items from quests

    When you finish quest without item, you have chance to drop item / food / (stone/wood when its forest rarities)/ pet egg. I wonder what has higher priority.
    Highest priority is egg i suppose.
    But if let´s say a chance to drop item would suceed and also chance to drop food for pet, which one of these has higher priority to drop ? I would rather have food than an item, and that´ s why i am asking. Same with stone/wood.

    Just a small question about mechanics.

    #2
    I get much more useless items than fruit unfortunately but all my eggs have been first try highest priority for me. I'm assuming that for common pets, if in the right time and location, will be the highest priority.

    I hope the chances for food or an item are the same, they don't seem to be for me though, but what can I say... I'm just one of the unluckiest players out there xD
    Last edited by TheDinorhino; 3 June 2016, 06:24 PM.
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      #3
      Any mod or someone?

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        #4
        the easiest solution (also scripting wise) is to make each quest have a determinate % to drop something (depending on the quest length) then that something has a determinate % chance to drop either food or items or stones/wood in case of the forest rarities weekend that comes with mushrooms weekend I believe.

        As far as I know dropping an egg is 100% chance so that takes maximum priority in that sense, if an egg didn't drop when it was said it would drop it must be a bug.

        There could be different %'s about food or items or wood/stones but I do not think they are much different from eachother according to my personal experience I drop pretty much 1 to 1 ratio of those so has to be about the same but I could be wrong with this ofc.

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          #5
          Egg dropping is only 100% for common pets.
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            #6
            If no reward is displayed the internal dice roll for eggs and fruit. If nothing is found, wood and stone are tested...if nothing is found, the dice roll for items. If nothing is found you get just gold and XP.

            Pets do NOT have a 100% chance to drop! Some pets have but not all. For example, Tinck is more difficult to find.

            The tags common/rare/epic are confusing and have nothing to do with the chance (%).

            Example:

            Pet A (common) might have a chance of 80%.
            Pet B (rare) might have a chance of 100%.
            Pet C (common) might have a chance of 25%.
            Pet D (epic) might have a chance of 75%.

            In short, ignore the tag. It doesn't help you, it doesn't make sense, it's only confusing.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Leander View Post
              Example:

              Pet A (common) might have a chance of 80%.
              Pet B (rare) might have a chance of 100%.
              Pet C (common) might have a chance of 25%.
              Pet D (epic) might have a chance of 75%.
              Pet E (Mesmerit) might have a chance of 0%

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                #8
                Originally posted by Leander View Post
                If no reward is displayed the internal dice roll for eggs and fruit. If nothing is found, wood and stone are tested...if nothing is found, the dice roll for items. If nothing is found you get just gold and XP.

                Pets do NOT have a 100% chance to drop! Some pets have but not all. For example, Tinck is more difficult to find.

                The tags common/rare/epic are confusing and have nothing to do with the chance (%).

                Example:

                Pet A (common) might have a chance of 80%.
                Pet B (rare) might have a chance of 100%.
                Pet C (common) might have a chance of 25%.
                Pet D (epic) might have a chance of 75%.

                In short, ignore the tag. It doesn't help you, it doesn't make sense, it's only confusing.
                Then I must have been really lucky finding a total of 57 pets (including rare) all at the first try, 100%

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                  #9
                  You just have all the luck overall. I'm still searching for my luck of finding food, I got lots of apples which I'm happy about, in need for some blueberries
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Meow View Post
                    Then I must have been really lucky finding a total of 57 pets (including rare) all at the first try, 100%
                    Same except Mermoid.

                    1st try on one acc and 4 fails on another (got on 5th try same day).

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