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Thread: Let's Track Kill Variety!
11-11-2012, 05:22 #21
14-11-2012, 00:57 #22
14-11-2012, 01:42 #23
I was thinking about this the other day... it's actually really complicated to fill in this info. Once you have more than 1/15 of your daily kills, it's not possible to identify what group a kill goes in to if it doesn't register as a new kill variety.
For example if you have 14/15 daily kills, you kill something and it doesn't move to 15/15 kills, that animal could be in any of the 14 groups you've killed that day.
By this point we all intuitively know what group things are in, but testing and proving it will be a huge pain in the ***, probably involving months of daily kill counters.
14-11-2012, 03:44 #24
That's why I wanted it to be in as public a place as possible, so a ton of people could be checking it.
Apparently someone started doing this already, but there's only posts in discussion and it's a bit over my head. But whatever, let them edit the entry. That's the whole point, anyway.
14-11-2012, 06:47 #25
- Aurora Glade
- GWOnline [GWO]
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So, let's say your first kill is a Deer. Your next kill is a Ram. This won't advance your kill counter so you know the ram is of the same group.
Your second counting kill is a vampire bat. The kill after is a cow. This cow won't advance your kill counter, so you know it's either part of the deer group or the bat group. The next day you'll first kill a bat and then that cow, at which time you can conclude that the cow apparently belongs to the deer group.
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16-11-2012, 02:28 #26
Confirmed today that white fish ARE separate from white mobs. Not sure how crabs fit into this yet, perhaps they are terrestrial?
16-11-2012, 02:46 #27
- Isle of Janthir
- The Fuzzy Physics Institute
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Confirmed today that basilisks are not a category of their own, but screwed up confirming that they count as drakes.