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More Stones less Fruit

Discussion in 'Wishlist' started by Soco, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. Soco

    Soco New Member

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    After the rebalancing of the Arkadia Mob Loots, I've noticed a massive decrease in loot returns, if you're real lucky now you might get a possible 70% return.
    So, now that being said, I've decided to spend more time with crafting skills, as a beginner crafter, I opp for low lvl textures, mainly Generic Leathers,Jori,Halix,Feran,and also looking at Stone Textures..

    After walking the Arkadian Desert areas and searching for hours for Stones I've noticed that Stone Spawns are almost non-existant, very little Stones to be had but I find massive amounts of Fruit.

    Why? is my question do we have so many Fruit spawns and no actual use for them until MA brings back pets?

    My Wish is this, as I'm now a permanent Arkadia Resident.

    I think the Spawn for Stones needs to be kicked up a bit and the Fruit spawns decreased, I have collected lots of Basic Stone Extractors, and not finding much use for them, which I would like to see changed.

    Please maybe switch the percentages of spawns on stones to match how Fruit drops, and visa-versa, Fruit should drop less!

    Just an observation, as I explore all the avenues of skilling on Arkadia...:cool:
  2. saradu

    saradu Member

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    Very good point and come to think of it, I have yet in my one year here EVER see a single stone and yes I have walked some of this place. Fruits I have found. Stones I have never seen..........
  3. Jenny ferr

    Jenny ferr Well-Known Member Pro Users

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    Stone spawns have changed not long ago so you're able to find larger piles (very welcome change), but I'm pretty sure fruits have always been more common. No stats on it but it's a qualified guess from hours and hours of stone picking/backwards walking during my career

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