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Reverse Engineering and Biochem...

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danarchist
01.16.2012 , 12:20 PM | #1
When reverse engineering things like medpacks and stims that stack, do I have a better chance of getting a schematic if the stack is larger or should I be just crafting one at a time and RE'ing them individually?
I read the entire RE post above and did not see that in there.
"If at first you don't succeed....reload.

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khsolo
01.16.2012 , 12:22 PM | #2
Quote: Originally Posted by danarchist View Post
When reverse engineering things like medpacks and stims that stack, do I have a better chance of getting a schematic if the stack is larger or should I be just crafting one at a time and RE'ing them individually?
I read the entire RE post above and did not see that in there.
I do it one at a time, they dont take that much anyway

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danarchist
01.16.2012 , 06:14 PM | #3
Is there any advantage to RE'ing a larger stack though? Currently I do one at a time myself as it seems it will give me more chances, but logic would lead me to believe the more items in a stack the more "chances" of a schematic I should have.

And yes, I know using logic on a mmo board is like selling hair gel to wookies.
"If at first you don't succeed....reload.

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Obstero
01.16.2012 , 07:22 PM | #4
The only advantage to reverse engineering a stack is that it takes less time.

Basically, when you RE an item you roll a die. If it falls to a specific number, you get the better schematic.

When you have a stack, you roll a die for all of the items in that stack at the same time, ergo it seems that the chances are greater.