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Special Campaign & Draculia - new kind of Chaos Campaign & new Monster

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  • #16
    Here are the updated chances when collecting on Chaos Summon during a Special Campaign:

    None: 0-199, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 0%, Draculia Orb x 1 chance: 0%, Draculia Orb x 1, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 0%
    Bad: 200-599, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 15%, Draculia Orb x 1 chance: 25%, Draculia Orb x 1, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 0%
    Good: 600-999, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 20%, Draculia Orb x 1, chance: 40%, Draculia Orb x 1, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 5%
    Great: 1000-1499, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 20%, Draculia Orb x 1 chance: 60%, Draculia Orb x 1, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 20%
    Best: 1500 and above, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 10%, Draculia Orb x 1 chance: 55%, Draculia Orb x 1, Blood Contract x 1 chance: 35%

    Special Campaign Chaos Summon chances updated.png

    • Bad has been nerfed
    • Good is the same
    • Great is the same
    • Best has been changed, probably a little buff on the long term (when you don't need any more Contracts).

    Apparently Bad is still the best option though, if you're not too risk-averse.

    For those who haven't seen, the Orb is used to summon Draculia, and you need 10 Blood Contracts in order to avoid getting a 5% damage reduction when hitting Draculia.

    So once you have 10 Blood Contracts, apparently getting more is useless.
    Last edited by gogoo; 11-24-2020, 05:04 PM.


    • #17
      I did the math again with the updated values for Chaos Summon chances on the Special Campaign.

      Draculia chances.png

      Draculia chances expected items.png

      Note: Taking the use of 3000 points as an example to hopefully show more meaningful numbers.

      Collecting at 220 or 240 points is still the best option, although it was quite a lot better before.

      If you find yourself with 360 points, you should probably also collect right away to then be able to collect at 220 or 240 points more quickly. You'll get more items on avg by collecting once at 360 + once at 240 than only one time at 600.

      Again, no matter whether you're more interested in the Blood Contract or the Orb.

      Last edited by gogoo; 11-27-2020, 05:20 PM.


      • #18
        What are you about to do about the monster code stealing ?
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        • #19
          It's highly unlikely anything will be done about party crashers on private monsters. It's always the same guilds doing it anyway.
          You could also work on other people's monsters without being invited, if you want to risk it.


          • #20
            Our Guild started a Dracula yesterday, was kept as a Guild only, it was taken over by Redemption and ʍαςς εXϯίηɕϯίση by the end of the day, our lower levels put loads of potions into this, how do they code steal.Dracula.JPG


            • #21
              Originally posted by martyn View Post
              Our Guild started a Dracula yesterday, was kept as a Guild only, it was taken over by Redemption and ʍαςς εXϯίηɕϯίση by the end of the day, our lower levels put loads of potions into this, how do they code steal.
              First thing you can do to try to avoid that: don't put your monsters in your guild Priority List. People can find the link to access all monsters on it.

              But honestly now I think several guilds have started "scanning" all players' monsters links and you're probably not safe no matter what.

              The only solution would probably be for the devs to do something about it.


              • #22
                this is bull****......
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by viezent View Post
                  this is bull****......
                  ruARDENTcu on yours as well


                  • #24
                    The only way to really fix and properly secure monster codes would be to have a random code generated for each and every monster. We've never had devs quite that good at coding.
                    Guild priority monster lists are easy to see with the right link manipulation. There are no rules against this, and the community as a whole has no way to enforce rules that don't exist.
                    So just don't put new monsters in your priority list. There are other ways to share the code with friends and guildies that are much more secure.