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Old Feb 29, 2008, 09:54 PM // 21:54   #21
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Old Mar 01, 2008, 05:01 PM // 17:01   #22
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Originally Posted by EndlessDivination
So for 50%, you plug in .5, and get 2. That means if you have 100 Picks, you can open ~200 Chests. (2x100)
The thing is, your retention rate will increase when opening chests. So if your second Pick brings your Treasure Hunter/Lucky Rank 1 tier up, the remaining 98 would have a retention rate of, say, 53%. Which in turn enables you to open more chests compared to the aforementioned 200.

So, yeah, good luck figuring that one out.
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