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Magical Set Rare Unique
Normal Except. Elite Normal Except. Elite Normal Except. Elite Normal Except. Elite
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Theoretical Chances: 23.66% 13.43% 9.46% 2.00% 1.14% 0.80% 16.66% 9.46% 6.66% 8.50% 4.82% 3.40%
Theoretical Yeild: 72 41 29 6 3 2 51 29 20 26 15 10
Actual % (based on data):21.31% 3.93% 16.39% 9.18% 14.43% 0.00% 9.51% 4.92% 10.82% 0.00% 6.89% 2.62%
Actual Yeild: 65 44 33 12 0 0 50 29 21 28 15 8
```

This is a table that I created using KillGorack's Excel spreadsheet. This is a table for WEAPONS ONLY.

Total Number of Weapons dropped after 100 runs: 305

How to use this table:

Say you wanted to find out the % of elite set items ...

1.) you look under Set columns

2.) you look under elite column

3.) look at the row corresponding to Theoretical Chances:

4.) the theoretical chance 0.81%

Now lets say you want to find out how many elite set items KillGorack actually found ...

Steps 1.) and 2.) are the same as before

3.) look at the row corresponding to Actual Yield:

4.) the actual items he found in this grade/quality combo is 0

Descriptions:

Theoretical Chances - this is the calculated* indirectly (assuming that item quality and item grade are independent events) chance (in %) to find a certain combination of grade/quality

Theoretical Yield - based on the Theoretical chances for each grade/quality combo, calculates how many of these items you would expect to find after 305 weapons have been dropped

Actual % - this is the actual % of all items dropped that each combo occupied and is calculated** directly from actual data

Actual Yield - the number of each combo that actually dropped

* This assumes that statistically, the quality and grade of an item are independent of each other so if the chance for an item to spawn elite is 20% and the chance for it to spawn unique is 17%, then the chance for an item to spawn BOTH elite and unque would be 20% x 17% = 3.42%

** A total of 305 items were dropped. The actual number of elite uniques dropped was 8. 8 / 305 = 2.63%

Analysis/Summary after 100 Meph Runs with 533MF:

You can do see for yourselves that the theoretical values match up very closely to the actual values. Basically, this proves what we already knew as fact. I just wanted to create the table so that if you did x number of meph runs with 533mf, you should expect y % of all your items to be exceptional uniques (by looking up the figure from the table).