Charm values, are they static or do they fluctuate?
I posted in another thread regarding charm values (pending approval again) but the numbers keep changing so I thought I'd make a new thread to ask the staff.
Does the coin value of a charm change during the day?
Is it random or is there some sort of cycle?
I noticed that unicorns seemed to be paying more than bats but that goes against what others have posted, bats are always listed with the highest coin values. I decided to do some testing. I confirmed the numbers by using Watt Ever's method of loading 1 charm in Mystic Billions and by using up 20 charms at a time in Sparkplug poker at $5000 x 100 hands, both methods produced the same coin value so it should be accurate for that point in time.
Test #1: 18 separate hands that all produced the same results, verified in Mystic Billions.
Bats - 4,196,762
Unicorns - 5,030,437
Mushrooms - 2,793,939
Here's where it gets weird. After posting that I went back to the game about 1/2 hour later and the numbers had changed in Sparkplug Poker. Again I tested a charm in Mystic Billions to make sure it was paying the same coin amount as poker and it was.
Bats - 4,620,000
Unicorns - 4,714,889
Mushrooms - didn't have any at the time
Let it sit another 5 or 6 hours then tried it again. Again tested a charm in Mystic Billions to verify then ran some hands of Sparkplug Poker.
Bats - didn't have any at the time
Unicorns - 4,931,003
Mushrooms - 3,956,000
Let it sit for another 6 or so hours, only tested in Sparkplug.
Test #4: Unicorns - 4,931,003 no change!
Several hours later, only tested in Sparkplug.
Test #5: Unicorns - 5,027,235
In all cases the coins paid the same regardless of what sort or size of win triggered them.
In all cases they were "fresh" charms that hadn't been played before. I would wait for a Jacks for better hand before loading the charms to ensure it was a maximum charm payout.
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