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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2007 3:29 pm 
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Is sending an invite from one of your avvies to another of your avvies an exploit? Oh jeesh and I didn't mean to! :oops:

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No, it isn't. :)
Exploits would be like using the old bug to make the Relto tree grow faster by changing your local PC time.

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Ian Atrus wrote:
No, it isn't. :)
Exploits would be like using the old bug to make the Relto tree grow faster by changing your local PC time.


Heck, I used Miracle Grow. :wink:

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I've got it now... More power to the explorers whom send Ercana invites to their other avvies to get more pellets. :) That's a lot of work (you have to get to the pellet machine from the train and through the tunnels...i.e., no cloth shortcut) and it sounds fair to me. Very clever.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2007 9:54 pm 
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dadguy wrote:
I've got it now... More power to the explorers whom send Ercana invites to their other avvies to get more pellets. :) That's a lot of work (you have to get to the pellet machine from the train and through the tunnels...i.e., no cloth shortcut) and it sounds fair to me. Very clever.

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Agreed 100%. Someone who wants ahead of everyone that badly is welcome to get ahead of me, at least.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 3:53 am 
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MercAngel wrote:
the max i come up with is 2,100,000 and yes i can bake pellets with a score of 952-1000 every 1.57 hours

so lets say i use 4 avai and have just one get the score every 2 hours then would be a max of 20,000 every 2 hours and 240,000 every day and 8,400,000 every 35 days if i was playing no stop

nice job MA. 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 4:37 am 
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sideshow118 wrote:
There's a better formula than 30-30-30. Read over the pellet threads. The so-call "super" formula gives you an average pellet score of 930-960 every two hours. That's a maximum daily production of between 55,800 and 57,600. Times that by 35 days and you get a maximum "legal" point range of between 1,953,000 and 2,016,000 points. Sorry. I realize this kind of misses the point of your post, but I know for a fact that there are at least a few explorers well on their way to the 2 million mark. Not me, mind you. I actually have to sleep every-so-often. And go to work. And at least occasionally mingle with the wife and daughter. I just wanted to point out just because someone has more than 1,400,000 points it doesn't necessarily mean he or she has cheated. Now if they have significantly more than 2 million, then I would start to wonder.


The "super" pellet recipe (the 117 minute one) gives an average of 976 per pellet. This is from about three weeks of constant pellet runs (97 to be exact). I have been keeping very careful records of the pellet scores. There very well could be a better scoring recipe, but this one is extremely efficient. I've been able to make over 35k a day if I stick to a two hour schedule.

Something I haven't noticed anyone else mentioning is that you can start the ovens for a bake cycle and then retrieve your baked pellets afterward. This means basically that you don't lose any time for doing the pellet runs themselves. Also of note is that the 117 minute timing doesn't take into account the three minute server differential that i have noticed (i.e. it actually takes 2 hours per cycle).


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