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Author Topic: But aback the torso is PoE currency
rsgoldfastshop
Posts: 3
But aback the torso is PoE currency
(posted on: December 16, 2018 at 21:40:16)

 
Suggestion to change the chest for accumulating log: Aback it's tradeable, a beginning is not the best way to go as AoD is already abundant money in case your aggregation does ffa-split, actually afflicted humans who barely anytime get uniques can accomplish sufficient money there.

But aback the torso is PoE currency Vitalis-rarity but afterwards a threshold, it could be larger if all players in a 7 or abate team(NOT MASS) yearly from a bead to a left player.

With this, I beggarly that if one amateur in the accumulation receives a chest, it ticks off to many players in the category, if they acquire not accustomed a claimed chest. This would expect 'simple' 255 chests or 4/4 chests, but might nevertheless acquiesce afflicted humans not to acquire to adjure into RNGesus for a 1/5k afterwards any progress or way to get your adventitious in it.

A advance bar that would gradually ample up as you 'see' chest drops on your 7-man aggregation would be PoE trade currency obtain aswell, so that you bill to 'see' 3 chest drops instead of 1 or some array to exhausted off it. As continued as you are able to accomplish advance for the appellation rather than relying on genuine luck, it's okay for me.

I apperceive the Bang-up Log is largely about luck, but a number of those numbers are just too disheartening, abnormally in the event that you've had a lot of of the drops pre-boss log and acquire to get them, it would be fine if the a lot of antic amounts were changed.

 

 

 

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