I can now clear a zone 2 times or so without seeing a single rare or anything
Mathew013 wrote:I can now clear a zone 2 times or so without seeing a single rare or anything
Wow, that does sound pretty bad. How long are your 'clears'? Are you battling, or just abandoning wild pet encounters?
I spent over ~ an hour and a half last night in Silithus, looking for a rare Spiky Lizard. If each battle takes about 2 minutes, or so - and with time flying around, I probably had about ~ 30 battles before I found one. I stayed to fight what I saw, leveling up a lowbie pet.
Bonhomous wrote:Sometimes you luck out and you get one early, and sometimes you have bad luck and it takes longer - but overall you get a feel for how long you're going to have farm for something and that "internal clock" has gone way up lately.
Frozenpets wrote:what we DO know, is that once teams dont go away when you disengage, you will eventually have maps full of junk pets, needing to be cleared. get your rares while you can!
Azmeaiel wrote:If the mobs respawn at same time they seem to have same ids. if your unlucky and first in the zone you might get identical packs of greys uncommon or whites, or if your lucky even rares. once mobs have been cleared at least once so spawnrates are properly staggered they go back to working by normal rng, just look at if the packs always come in same order with same adds and same ids to see if this has happened, full clear them and start again. I have also seen this happen recently during a sandstorm in tanaris, all the silithid hatchlings spawned at once at the start of a storm and every pack had same uncommon primary with same adds. A clear soon reset them.
Quintessence wrote:One thing that I have noticed is that the last ones always seem to be the toughest and take the longest to find, and you usually end up finding them when you're not really looking. That's more of a psychological factor than a game mechanic, though.
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