Hey everyone, in this post I share with you my drop rate analysis/report for the Gift Piles @ Cloud City – version Wartune 19 DEC 2017. This will hopefully give you a good idea of what to expect and if you want to pick them up or not.
We start with the visual chart which is easier to digest, but I also present the raw data table below.
CHART: Gift Pile Drop Rates
TABLE: Gift Pile Qty & Drop Rates
50 Soul Tome
10 Soul Tome
50 Charge Fragments
Level 2 HP Diamond
3 Book of Wisdom
50 Advanced Henna
3 Bound Balens
5 Blood of Zeus
3 General Eudaemon Skill
3 Passive Eudaemon Skill
5 Soul Tome
1 Sack of Gold (100k)
3 Active Eudaemon Skill
Among the best rewards are the 50 and 10 Soul Tomes – those are the event mini items and actually decent rewards. 50 Charge Fragments are also nice and for those who have not maxed out Tattoos yet the 50 Advanced Henna is nice.
Among the crappy rewards are the 1 sack of gold and the Eudeaemon skills. Only very new players would really benefit from these. 50 Henna is crappy for many but for those below 2000 tattoo points this is actually pretty good.
Among stupid valuations: since the admins running Wartune don’t know their game very well they have set a huge value to the level 2 HP Diamond which in reality has the same value as 1 sack of gold 🙂
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