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Mr.Kurtz last won the day on March 21 2018

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  1. Kurtzian Killing Depot thanks for involving the community!
  2. Blacksmithing tree looks like this at minimum to complete. Note Node 6 is an estimate. It has not been confirmed. Advanced Crafting (Tier 2) Min Pips Pts to move on # of Nodes Points to Comp all Node 1 5040 4 20160 1 20160 Node 2 10080 4 40320 4 161280 Node 3 15120 4 60480 9 544320 Node 4 25200 5 126000 9 1134000 Node 5 25200 5 126000 5 630000 Node 6 50400 5 252000 1 252000 Total 2741760 =7616 hours or 317.33 days or 45.33 weeks Not including the 126 hours needed to get there.
  3. @ElFlocko multiply by 10. Training is currently set at 10x as fast, so it will take 112 hours based on your math. Basic tree is as follows: Node 1 - 360 per pip x 4 = 1440 Node 2 - 360 per pip x 4 = 1440 Node 3 - 2160 per pip x 4 = 8640 Node 4 - 2160 per pip x 4 = 8640 Node 5 - 5040 per pip x 5 = 25200 Total = 45360 at 1 point per 10 seconds = 126 hours to get to the blacksmithing tree
  4. Thanks to @blazzen and spell check, I submit that the Sickle be renamed to Suckle. Suckle Druid FTW
  5. yes, i'll post shortly. Again the above was a quick estimate.
  6. What @Arkade said. Usually prior to a 1st octet release you see a dip in population. When 5.6 rolls out on live you will see a spike.
  7. That is why when I listen to these guys on youtube/twitch say 2 pips at a time, I just laugh. 2 pips and a great success will not increase the amount gained per pip but will increase the risk.
  8. I did the math and some of it was based on next tier assumptions but just to give everyone an idea of what is to come. Allegedly the currently training speed in testing is at 10x (I might be wrong but it says it at the top of the screen). In testing you gain 1 training point per second (10 points every 10 seconds). After launch at the current rate it will take approximately 453000 seconds (126 hours) to unlock an advanced crafting tree such as Blacksmithing. 4032000 seconds (1120 hours) to complete the basic crafting tree Then it will take an additional 27.5 million seconds (7600 hours) to complete the Blacksmithing tree. 22.5 million seconds (6200 hours) each to complete the other 7 trees. No idea on factories. This is good as the dev's said it would take about 6 months to complete a tree. This is bad because 6 months is about 4400 hours. #Blair Math It does reinforces the need for cooperation and coordination. Anyone who feels like they will be able to do it alone will either need at least 9 account, 9 months and the time to maintain those accounts or 1 account and 6 years. Disclaimer: I have been hit in the head a lot, if my math is off then I offer you a straw so you can suck it the custard up.
  9. I think it is less about the beard and more about the "Peoples Eyebrow". Thanks for the pics @Zybak Do you smell what Blair is cookin? #NotaSoftball
  10. I constantly see the statement Blair math as a reference to when multipliers or an equation in game is skewed or off. @thomasblair please confirm that you completed your Math for Marines MCI so we can put this to rest.
  11. @Theoval don’t let it worry you. Remember that only a small fraction of the intended base actually tests. The worlds should be larger as with the population. There will be supply and there will be demand. The best advice that I would offer is to start interacting in game now and establish those relationships. You will die, a lot and horribly but that’s the point. People get ganked harvesting and exploring and quit instead of learning from their mistakes. Make some friends, harvest some resources, craft some gear and fight some battles. Good luck and have fun.
  12. Tark is right. An individual with 5 accounts could easily spend a couple hours a day maintaining them. Yes they will have more options but in the end the amount of effort to accomplish something is less for multiple people.
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