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Poundmyfist
12.19.2011 , 05:50 PM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by Faytal View Post
Yea you're doing it wrong. You only want to send your companions on missions for the highest level "Rich Yield" availiable.

For example you would do a Rich yield class 5 everytime, but if it's not availiable you check for a rich yield class 4 and so on.

A rich yield class 2-3 can yield WAY more profit then an Abundant class 5 or moderate class 6 and at less time.

You're not maximizing your profits, should look like:
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 5
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 3
Rick Yield class 5
Rick Yield class 2
Rick Yield class 4
Can I just tell you that I have been searching for THIS information for 2 days now?

Thank you so much!

I will name my first born after you

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LetoAtreidesII
12.19.2011 , 09:40 PM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by Faytal View Post
Yea you're doing it wrong. You only want to send your companions on missions for the highest level "Rich Yield" availiable.

For example you would do a Rich yield class 5 everytime, but if it's not availiable you check for a rich yield class 4 and so on.

A rich yield class 2-3 can yield WAY more profit then an Abundant class 5 or moderate class 6 and at less time.

You're not maximizing your profits, should look like:
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 5
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 4
Rick Yield class 3
Rick Yield class 5
Rick Yield class 2
Rick Yield class 4
Are you sure that rich is the highest category? I found the descriptors quite confusing and arbitrary, personally.

Before I read this, I thought that the hierarchy was:

bountiful > abundant > rich > moderate

But I was quite unsure about it. Does anyone know what the proper hierarchy is?

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selios
12.19.2011 , 09:46 PM | #23
Quote: Originally Posted by LetoAtreidesII View Post
Are you sure that rich is the highest category? I found the descriptors quite confusing and arbitrary, personally.

Before I read this, I thought that the hierarchy was:

bountiful > abundant > rich > moderate

But I was quite unsure about it. Does anyone know what the proper hierarchy is?
rich>bountiful>abundant>moderate

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Almar
12.19.2011 , 09:51 PM | #24
Great bit of info!

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ListarShadowbane
12.19.2011 , 09:52 PM | #25
So no mission failures yet? You are fortunate...

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SpiffyJr
12.19.2011 , 09:56 PM | #26
Quote: Originally Posted by ListarShadowbane View Post
So no mission failures yet? You are fortunate...
None thus far - though I've had my fair share.

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SpiffyJr
12.20.2011 , 01:28 PM | #27
Doing the lowbie stuff later.

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Filinto
12.20.2011 , 01:42 PM | #28
For each WZ you make you win around 1.5k. Last time I heard about about slicing being OP it was 5k an hour, so even so it seams like making PVP is much much more profitable since you win money, EXP, PVP currency reputation and Valor.

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Legionair
12.20.2011 , 01:47 PM | #29
sweet like the info

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jypb
12.20.2011 , 03:25 PM | #30
Quote: Originally Posted by selios View Post
rich>bountiful>abundant>moderate
Where does Wealthy and Prosperous fall into this? I just got an epic slicing mission that gives a wealthy quest. Is it, and I'm assuming it is, now more effecient to be doing the wealthy or prosperous missions as I get them?