Charm Log Denial
I'm trying to fill in my charm drop information that I got today from killing rorariuses, but it won't let me. The script thinks I'm vandalizing the data, because my numbers are quite off (especially gold charms), however I am 100% sure I am correct. I didn't kill anything else than them and I had a imp in my inventory to grab all charms. I also checked my experience from before and after to double check if my killcount was correct.
Here's my data in case anyone else can add it:
|209||122 (58.37%)||37 (17.70%)||2 (0.96%)||3 (1.44%)|
|532||264 (49.62%)||61 (11.45%)||2 (0.38%)||8 (1.50%)|
|459||227 (49.46%)||47 (10.24%)||6 (1.31%)||4 (0.87%)|
- That's a 78% charm drop rate overall, compared to the current 40-43%. It's almost double the expected rate. However, looking through the Charm abuse logs there is another Rorarius entry that has been blocked from 3 days ago with somewhat similar results. Perhaps there's been some modification of charm drop rates. The only issue with me adding it in is that I believe the bot that merges the individual logs into the main log has some level of abuse filtering itself. It might get filtered out during merging. User:Cqm/Signature
- Someone, or a few someones, could kill a few hundred to a thousand rorarii to restart the log, if their charm rates match Brox'? 17:16, December 14, 2013 (UTC)
- Highly unlikely. The ascension members are meant to be a range slayer dungeon, their defence to melee and magic is way too high to make them viable. IP220.127.116.11 (talk) 04:14, October 3, 2014 (UTC)
Are Red Chinchompas a viable option here? The area-of-effect ranged damage seems like it would be super useful since they gang up on you.
18.104.22.168 07:03, March 14, 2016 (UTC)