Skirmishes quantified

Skirmish: The Sum of Its Parts

# Skirmishes: 280

Battle rewards (in brackets: average rewards per skirmish):
- 14.060 Chronitons (50)
- 793.500 Credits (2.834)
- 15.656 Honor (56)
- 15.360 Intel (55) -> every 22 skirmishes one “free” skirmish
- 55.200 VP (197)

Battle rewards drop rates (in brackets: drop rates according to the game):
- 12,50% Chronitons (11,45%)
- 32,05% Credits (33,29%)
- 14,29% Honor (14,11%)
- 27,86% Intel (27,43%)
- 13,30% VP (13,58%)
- 0,00% TP Pack (0,13%)

I’m quite happy that RNG favored the Chronitons :-)

Single drop rates:
- 19,732%: 1.5000 Credits
- 15,357%: 30 Intel
- 11,696%: 76 Honor
- 11,607%: 60 Intel
- 10,893%: 3.000 Credits
- 10,714%: 300 VP
- 9,821%: 76 Chronitons
- 2,411%: 600 VP
- 1,964%: 150 Chronitons
- 1,786%: 150 Honor
- 1,429%: 6.000 Credits
- 0,893%: 240 Intel
- 0,804%: 300 Honor
- 0,714%: 300 Chronitons
- 0,179%: 1.500 VP
- 0,000%: TP Pack

Comments

  • ByloBandByloBand ✭✭✭✭✭
    Paladin 27 wrote: »
    I commend anyone who is diligent enough to track these throughout an event.

    These are boring enough when you are just clicking buttons as they light up on your phone, but at least you can watch TV or multitask with something else to distract you from the tedium. To actually track these over a long time period just adds a new level to the grind.

    Considering she is reporting from beyond the grave, I suspect this project might have been an amusing distraction.
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  • 5000 Quatloos5000 Quatloos ✭✭✭✭✭
    ByloBand wrote: »
    Paladin 27 wrote: »
    I commend anyone who is diligent enough to track these throughout an event.

    These are boring enough when you are just clicking buttons as they light up on your phone, but at least you can watch TV or multitask with something else to distract you from the tedium. To actually track these over a long time period just adds a new level to the grind.

    Considering she is reporting from beyond the grave, I suspect this project might have been an amusing distraction.

    I tried typing this in Man From Another Place-speak, but boy-o, is it hard.

    So in plain English: thanks for sharing, Laura!

    (and now I have the theme music stuck in my head all night, which is not altogether an unwelcome side effect)
    Accepted. Mark them, Galt.
  • Data1001Data1001 ✭✭✭✭✭
    ByloBand wrote: »
    Considering she is reporting from beyond the grave, I suspect this project might have been an amusing distraction.
    I tried typing this in Man From Another Place-speak, but boy-o, is it hard.

    So in plain English: thanks for sharing, Laura!

    (and now I have the theme music stuck in my head all night, which is not altogether an unwelcome side effect)

    And now y'all have got me hankerin' for a "d**n fine cup of coffee"...
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    Could you please continue the petty bickering? I find it most intriguing.
    ~ Data, ST:TNG "Haven"
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