Talk:Money making guide/Creating small classic and large historic crates

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Last revision has an odd number of input materials...?[edit source]

So, the last revision just added that the number of White oak needed for 100 classic components is 6000. I'm not sure where this number came from. Does anyone have a link for the data/update? The Calculator:Disassembly by material/Classic says that the chance for a classic is 1/25, thus needing 25 White oak for 1 Classic components with average luck. 2500 White oak would be needed for one Small crate (classic components). The previous version had some pessimism, which I think is fine, but I'm not sure on a 2x increase unless the chance for classic components changed. VCent (talk) 22:04, 18 April 2020 (UTC)

I just tested the method and it seems the ratio of classic components/white oak is correct. Also just noticed that nothing was strange about the last results, since they were the hourly rates with typical luck (which maybe confused the author of the last revision?). I'll rollback the page to the last revision. VCent (talk) 22:37, 18 April 2020 (UTC)

Money made is completely not representative[edit source]

So I get it, prices fluctuate, but classic components have been at 22m for the last 6 days. Ge doesn't update. The actual profitability number here is very VERY misguiding 13:34, 19 April 2020 (UTC) primus

Buy limit[edit source]

White oak has a buy limit of 1000, and thus you need to supplement with other materials such as goldrune and white marble

Thatonecoolkid99 (talk) 22:22, 19 April 2020 (UTC)

More feasible[edit source]

I rewrote the guide (and tested) to make this method more feasible. Dismantling 4800 mats is gonna take way too long. This can now be achieved way faster. Karu (talk) 15:45, 25 May 2020 (UTC)