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    Drinking beer

    Is it more efficient to drink one beer at a time, spending the 20 thirst and drink another, or drinking 5 beers to get 100 thirst two times? How do you do it?

    #2
    Personally I like my beers one at a time - in general I do no think it makes a big difference, with only one major exception to my knowledge:

    The 11th beer. You need to keep it separate.

    The reason is, that there is a chance for the last quest in after drinking the 10th beer ( if it is a 2:30 duration quest ) to have its rewards greatly boosted ( I remember reading that its similar to a 10 min quest, but in my experience it's slightly lower ). To get that, you need the last quest after 10 beers to be 2:30.

    If you drink both 10th and 11th beer together, you miss that 100% of the time.

    The same effect repeats for the last quest of the 11th beer, but that's totally feasible.

    Edit: Just confirmed that the same effect happens in earlier beers too -- just had a 2:30 minute quest give me double rewards at the end of beer 5... and I'm almost sure it's not the first time. As always, experiment yourself -- just work it in a way that after each beer, the last quest is 2:30 minute duration and see if anything interesting happens
    Last edited by hexblot; 8 August 2018, 11:27 AM.
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      #3
      I would say to drink and do one by one. There are more quests this way and small chance for long quests with small rewards.
      However it is possible that doing a lot of short missions will give you less Fruits in the end, but I have no hard data on that.

      And yes, normally if you have 5 minutes left, system rolls only 2,5 and 5 minute missions. But on 10th and 11th beer even if you have only last 2,5 minute, you can get any mission (even 10 minute one), but the time will be shorten to fit the time you have left.

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        #4
        Short quests actually increase the chance for fruit and you get more items through the enchantment aswell. Taking short quests above long ones with the same / similar xp value is always better.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Interstellar View Post
          Short quests actually increase the chance for fruit and you get more items through the enchantment aswell. Taking short quests above long ones with the same / similar xp value is always better.
          Depending on your level range and strategy, the XP value might be irrelevant.

          As many have said before, around 393 (I opted to switch at 400) it's greatly beneficial to go for gold instead of XP, and some people opt for gold from the beginning. In that case, gold + a certain item drop (of specific value or daily requirement of the witch) might be your best option.
          "It's nice to be important,
          but it's more important to be nice"

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