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Not entering an xp value is not possible.
 
Not entering an xp value is not possible.
   
Does "xb-based" mean it considers total XP gained or xp/action?
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Does "xp-based" mean it considers total XP gained or xp/action?
 
Are high-xp/tick actions such as safecracking the best method for time-based skills? (This is what the calculator seems to tell you)
 
Are high-xp/tick actions such as safecracking the best method for time-based skills? (This is what the calculator seems to tell you)
 
Sorry if this I'm missing the very obvious answer here.
 
Sorry if this I'm missing the very obvious answer here.

Latest revision as of 15:20, 11 August 2019

Forums: Yew Grove > Skilling pet calculator confusion

How exactly does the calculator on the skilling pet calculator work?

For example, I've been trying to figure out the best pet% for Ralph to 120. Above the calculator, it states that Thieving is a time-based method unaffected by xp/tick. However, when using it, entering the xp value for a safecrack yields a much higher chance than Prif pickpocketing (~0.7% vs. ~0.04%). Not entering an xp value is not possible.

Does "xp-based" mean it considers total XP gained or xp/action? Are high-xp/tick actions such as safecracking the best method for time-based skills? (This is what the calculator seems to tell you) Sorry if this I'm missing the very obvious answer here.

Any help would be much appreciated! Cheers

Dantalion (talk) 15:19, 11 August 2019 (UTC)