Question about Mystic Clovers
Posted 05 December 2012 - 04:07 PM
1 clover recipe: 1 shard + 1 mystic coin + 1 glob of ecto + 6 philo stone
33% 1 clover
67% 1-5 t6 mat
10 clovers recipe: 10 shard + 10 mystic coin + 10 glob of ecto + 10 crystal
10 clover or
10-50 t5-6 mat
Now the question is, which recipe do you think is more convenient? Considering that i have to collect also 250x of each t6 mat for the other gift.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 04:29 PM
Just from personal experience, i crafted my 77 clovers in about 210 tries using the 1-1-1-6 method. equaling 210 globs. A guildie of mine, though it could be argued he just had very bad luck, ended up needing about 550 globs after attempting 20 crafts of the 10-10-10-10 recipe and only receiving 10 clovers (one successful craft).
Basically the 1-1-1-6 method is more consistent. The chances of getting a terrible craft rate are lower because you have to do more crafts, giving yourself a better chance at hitting the 33% average.
However, you can end up using less doing the 10-10-10-10 method, but are much more susceptible to having a string of very bad luck and needing more crafts to hit a 33% average (suspected rate of 10-10-10-10 crafting).
Hope this helps, and if someone feels to take the time to explain, it is statistically backed that 1-1-1-6 is better as well. I know someone posted it on the GW2 official forums.... but im not at home and dont feel like finding it again.
Edited by Vysander, 05 December 2012 - 04:30 PM.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 08:54 PM
Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:37 PM
Hard to say, no not really, thats lucky as hell. The guildmate that tried 20+ of the 10-10-10-10 got alot of elder planks, ancient bones, etc. He did get some of the better mats and lodestones, but was a major loss in his case.
Statistically speaking you will get an equivalent amount of T6 mats/lodestones/hiden stashes from either method.
Could always try some of each, get the feel for them. I just prefer the 1-1-1-6 method because it is statistically more reliable (and from the people i know that have tried, more reliable).
Edited by Vysander, 05 December 2012 - 09:38 PM.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:42 PM
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