I believe I found another formula for BoNE accurac (in General)

Wizard'sFirstRule March 8 2008 7:27 AM EST

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?

AdminShade 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 :)

Wizard'sFirstRule March 10 2008 1:34 AM EDT

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?

AdminShade 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?

three4thsforsaken March 10 2008 2:23 AM EDT

with the broken NUB forging bonus. Yes. Everything less than +100 is done in 1 cycle or less

Wizard'sFirstRule March 10 2008 6:40 AM EDT

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.

Xenko March 10 2008 9:50 AM EDT

If I remember, I'll test this on Sunday.

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] March 10 2008 9:58 AM EDT

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.

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] March 10 2008 9:58 AM EDT

**And we're all riding that brick wall, jsut to let you know**

Xenko 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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