I believe I found another formula for BoNE accurac (in General)
try (90,30) instead of (90, 27*), you don't need the extra quenching (but you quench the same number of time), I think you save a BA each cycle, not sure about the increase in RPM, but I don't have the BA to continue testing.
can a forger confirm this before I change the wiki?
March 8 2008 8:25 AM EST
I think that you still need the extra quench, you quench for 12.5 minutes each time, so I don't think you actually save a BA every time.
Also the RPM increase is very very important, you could miss 20% every time, at the worth of 1 BA this isn't a good deal imo.
So check it and save the numbers of every step to analyse them :)
I am actually forging too fast to check that number. (the wiki recipe say you need extra quench.) with 1387% forging efficiency, I complete a point every cycle or so. The numbers won't be any good (I think the more + the weapon has, the slower the forging).
would anyone be willing to check this out?
March 10 2008 2:06 AM EDT
The higher the + the lower your forging progress will be indeed. Is the weapon so small that you run over the 100% so easily?
with the broken NUB forging bonus. Yes. Everything less than +100 is done in 1 cycle or less
I can actually test it again now that my NUB expired. fighting just seem so pointless with like 100 XP and 500 gold per fight.
March 10 2008 9:50 AM EDT
If I remember, I'll test this on Sunday.
PK, if you think fighting seems pointless, wait till you forge with no NUB.... Which is what I'm afraid all you NUBs will come to realize... It's a brick wall once NUB is over.
**And we're all riding that brick wall, jsut to let you know**
March 16 2008 12:41 PM EDT
You do save 1 BA each cycle (no extra quench needed), but the loss in RPM is not worth it. (90, 27*) is still the better cycle:
(90, 30): $889 NW per BA (max)
(90, 27*): $1,069 NW per BA (max)
Nice try PK, but no go. I'm surprised I remembered to actually test this! :D
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