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Discussion in 'World 3' started by Pants Party, Oct 22, 2008.
The West Math Class
i got to cowboy easy, just put up horseriding skill and you have it by lv.4
laying RR tracks is great, loads of exp points.
Beaver - mmmmmmmmm
well putting up tele poles is great cash and xp 21% cash and 23%xp
yeh but at the moment very few people will be that far.
wow... thats the most math ive ever seen in a forum lol... and I learned something new
I use oogie's method though, easy to use and to find out things
Money makers. Cutting trees, Granite Mining and Coal Mining. *griiin*
Or just kill people they will be carrying quite alot of cash around at the moment
lol. If they do. How 'bout if that player carry no cash? (like the one i dueled in w2, all i got was a 21 exp.. *sigh*)
Coal Mining is the best job, definitely, much better than both carving out claims and breaking on horses
Yeh Coal Mining is balance in exp and wage, but not in luck.
That takes me back to probablity and statistic classes. I knew there was a simpler expression. Good job on the research Talamare.
Forgot I actually knew that (at a time).
Jobs well only show up once either your skills without item bonuses are within 50 labor points, or your level has reach a certain amount. I have a couple of characters, once my main had reach a higher level and I could see certain jobs open up, I was able to find ones that my builder could go for while still focusing on building skills, which let him not only see them, but do them while my higher level can only look at them. But then again, he IS a trapper/hunter, not a carpenter.
drilling for oil, building a fort, fire fighter. that's balance for you
best money job - silver mining
true. * puts on nerdy glasses and goofy accent*
it's a very efficient job because a) it has 76% money which is pretty good but it also has quite a high chance of getting silver which is a very expensive product.
With premium you can make $1000 a day.
*takes off glasses and the accent*
soz just discussed that for you
this % are present how much precent of item you will get for half an hour
for example: 3% (for half an hour)
if you will work an hour it will be 6%
if you will work two hours you will receives 12%
hope i was helping
i with premium get about 500$~ in 2h shift. i have like 30+ labour points