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Discussion in 'Theorycrafting and Statistics' started by devil_zabuza, Jan 31, 2004.

  1. devil_zabuza

    devil_zabuza IncGamers Member

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    question

    is there a drop calc anywhere i searched google but there doesn't seem to be any
     
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    alainpp66 IncGamers Member

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    There is one here: http://stats.diabloii.net/calcs/TC/frameset.shtml
    But the last time I tested it (A few weeks ago) it was still set for 1.09

    To find what you're looking for, go to google.com and search for "Treasure Class Data"

    One of the top few links should give you access to all the info you need... though it won't all be in calc form.
     
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    devil_zabuza IncGamers Member

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    d2data.net doesn't show the % chance for the specific unique item onli the wep itself
     
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    Vorbiss IncGamers Member

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    Ignore this, I linked outside dii.net and I just realised this is violation of the rules.
     
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    Vorbiss: Linking outside of dii.net is just fine, they only have 'problems' with competing forums. You can't link to the other place for example.

    D2data.net is only correct on drops for the whole of normal, and NM + hell superuniques/bosses.
     
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    I have my doubts even about Normal. Obviously they're wrong for regular monsters in Nightmare/Hell due to not doing the TC scaling to area levels, but when I was doing some experiments of my own and comparing them to d2data's numbers, they seemed to be wrong even for something as simple as a skeleton in Normal. Others have found the same thing.

    I recommend http://diablo2.ingame.de/tips/calcs/dropcalc/#en - also with the caveat that it will only be correct for superuniques & bosses in Nightmare & Hell.
     
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    Ah, I'll ignore d2data.net from now on. I hope they'll fix their stats someday...
     
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    d2data are good for item info, but yeah, I wouldn't believe their drop % stuff, even for fixed mlvl monsters. Too many inconsistencies.
     

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