I notice that you reveresed out an entry I made to Hoburple Upgrade cost Lvl 50, 839500 fish back to 840000. I know I'm new around here, but the actual in game cost is 839500 even though it shows as 840K in the next lvl Feed box.
Do you always want to show the "Feed" value displayed, even if it's not accurate?
I've also just seen a message about usung a spread sheet to estimate battle values. I don't 'estimate' any of these values. I only ever get thes from the defend page. It's a right PIA since they removed the vaules from the dragon info box, but I don't estimate or calculate these.
The only calculations I do is for: max collection - which I xreference against the actual total collection (which I also screen capture in most cases) and the release values, which I again xrefernce against the in game displayed values.
Unfortunately, I can't see the messgae a second time. Do you have an example of where you think I have made a mistake and I'll check the values?
In regards to the first message; when inputting the training cost, please post what actually shows in the game. The reason for this is there is no in-game way to verify easily for each and every level.
Someone will come by later and change it back anyway once they've reached that level.
In regards to your second question, I had erroneously assumed that you were calculating the values, but removed the message once I realized that you were not. My bad.
Actual values for collection (as you already know) are allowed because there are in-game data to show what the next level will be.
Thank you for your understanding.
In the past, before I was able to actually verify the numbers for each Dragon, there were a few editors that were using rate calculators that ended up being WAY off. They were not confirming the numbers.
I was finally able to fix those tables on the particular pages once I started leveling up those same dragons.
Almost forgot to mention; after the training times go up to 24 hours or over, it is possible to see in-game the actual extra minutes it takes to train.
For example: At level 39, Mildew's Misery shows that it takes 1d10h to train. But just by tapping the speed-up tab (no need to actually speed up the training), you can see that it takes an additional 40m to finish. Thus, the time shows 1d10h40m
This is why the full training time is allowed, because a player can actually see and verify the time.
I'll post the "Feed" display value in future even if it's not accurate. Have you considered adding to the "Note" at the top of the Dragon Progression explaining that in some casses the Feed value has been 'rounded' by ludia and may not be 'precise'?
Also, I'm currently running 2 games via PC emulation (Bluestacks - which I am liking less and less as they develop it) to try to capture various values etc. How do you get on? You must have been doing this for years? It's sometimes tedious, when you miss the total collection value and have to wait another day to try to capture it. or wait for the Basin or Wood store to get maxed out. I like to keep my first as a pure game and use the other as a sort of 'sandbox' for trying to capture values. Have Ludia given you any help / beta tester status to help with this site? Have you found any easy or quick way to check the max col value?
I have even considered a 'hacked game' just so I can fill in someof the missing data more quickly. - But it's probably more trouble than it's worth.
Is there anything in particular you think needs work on to help with this site?
" I'll post the "Feed" display value in future even if it's not accurate. Have you considered adding to the "Note" at the top of the Dragon Progression explaining that in some casses the Feed value has been 'rounded' by ludia and may not be 'precise'? "
That's a good suggestion; I'll start placing that note on the pages within the next few weeks.
" How do you get on? You must have been doing this for years? It's sometimes tedious, when you miss the total collection value and have to wait another day to try to capture it, or wait for the Basin or Wood store to get maxed out. "
I've been playing this game since late June of 2014. I started contributing to the wiki on July 07, 2014.
I use both Bluestacks and a Android tablet to play. I find the Android easier to use, but switch back and forth for various reasons. There are still times I will use Facebook Gameroom.
I've found Bluestacks easier for screenshots.
Ludia has provided no help with this site, but have been more than happy to answer any questions. One of the particulars learned from them that it is not their company that places the dragons in certain classes; it is Dreamworks Studios.