XP Rates[edit source]
I don't understand the extremely conservative xp rates on this page? For example for oak dungeon doors 300k xp/h is a very very slow rate and no person paying attention would get anywhere near that low. Similarly, oak larders and mahogany tables have a much lower bound than should be realistically expected.
The upper bound for mahogany tables as currently stated (700k xp/h) is arguably too low for the lower bound. 700k xp/h is achievable by anyone and is not near tick-perfect rates.
Probably someone put these rates when you couldnt use keyboard at all. When it was mouse only. Yes someone should get the real rates. -- asd —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) on 16:46, May 24, 2018 (UTC).
Oak larder rates[edit source]
- Here's a video of 508k xp/hr. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvHJEFEjVmc
- 480 xp per larder, 3 larders per cycle, 17 cycles per tick, and 6000 ticks per hour: 480 * 3 / 17 * 6000 = 508235
- 480k xp/hr assumes an 18 tick cycle (and each extra tick lost tanks the rate pretty hard). -Towelcat (talk) 07:35, 25 June 2020 (UTC)
Crystal Saw[edit source]
Mentioning the Crystal saw could be useful as it allows you to build 3 levels higher than your own, getting to oak larders faster than without.
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