I've been charting charm values for the past few months, but let's talk Vampire Bats.
The Bats I've measured provide varying values, in a range of 4136000 (today) to 4928000 (mid-May). There is simply no way to pin down a representative yield. It fluctuates daily, as if it were a charm market. Ex. Bats hit their nadir today. 226 Vampire Bats should have been worth over 1B coins. I realized 930M. (My measurement tool is Mahjong -- utterly lossless.)
I sample large groups and small groups. Everything sampled on one day (24 hours) yields the same, no matter the sample size. The next day? The bottom falls out.
So, if the bottom has fallen out of the Bats market, something else has risen in value. Now to find it.
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