Test of strength machine

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The test of strength machine is an attraction in the Spring Fayre, found in the north-western part of the crater. Hitting it during the event allows players to gain Strength experience.

Hitting the machine can result in three different messages:

  • What was that? You're not even trying!
  • Oh so close! You nearly hit the bell!
  • The bell has been rung! Good job!

There is a chance of approximately 75% of successfully ringing the bell.

At level 99 strength, hitting the strength machine successfully yields 111.3 Strength experience, or 122.4 during a Happy Hour.

Each action takes about 3.6 seconds, allowing up to 1,000 swings during Happy Hour.

There is a confirmation prompt about gaining experience before hitting the machine that can be toggled off permanently.

Experience per hour Happy Hour
83,475 91,800

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The machine cost two fayre attraction tokens. Only the latter of the messages consumed tokens and yielded experience and possibly six fayre prize tickets, or one during a Happy Hour.

At level 99 Strength each successful hit yielded 148.5 experience, or 163.3 experience during a Happy Hour.

At each success, there was about a 33% chance of obtaining a ticket. This gave roughly 25% chance of obtaining a ticket per click. During a Happy Hour one could obtain approximately 250 tickets.

Attempting to hit the machine without enough fayre attraction tokens prompted the messages:

  • You do not have enough fayre tokens to use this machine. You need 2 tokens.
  • You can get more fayre tokens and tickets from the stall by the Bucking Baroo.

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  • hotfix 2 May 2017 (Update):
    • Script error no longer occurs when using the wanging and test of strength attractions.