Not sure what the point would be, people don't believe the numbers anyway, just look at any ToR thread, so what purpose would posting the %'s and the results be.I'd be interested to see what you get from chests in lvl3, mainly the first groups of two before the troop/gold.
I have gotten coins/supplies 33 out of 36 times in last 3 weeks. (Those numbers don't sound right but it was something like that)
I won a terrace farm as the final reward in lv4 a month ago but won my second as the final reward for lv3 this week, like most others, my guild doesn't have enough people playing lv4 to justify the goods most weeks. I just need a space to put it given all the other stuff rolling in (palace sets, GB's, new production buildings).Almost done with lv3, my analysis so far is that it's worth playing 1-3 if you can battle 90%+ of it. The troop rewards + some goods you get from chests will pay for GE on its own. You will also walk away with extra gold, supplies, fp and possibly rewards (like I got tribal square for finishing lv2).
GE4 is where you have to pay to play and is not worth doing unless you are chasing fountains, skywatches, or terrace farm. I haven't won a farm yet myself, so I've been playing it every week. Once I get the terrace farm I will likely quit GE4 until I'm ready for another one in my city.
Anyway should have spreadsheet done by Saturday or Sunday.
Yes, that was the intent behind this post, to show what you spend on negotiations i.e. what GE 1-3 costs to negotiate. While knowing all the other data is fine I'm just trying to get a general feel for what it costs to negotiate all encounters in terms of goods. My ball park estimate is 75 Goods for level 1, 150 Goods for level 2 and 300 Goods for level 3. I believe GE4 may be 800-1000 Goods. Feel free to add to the data set if you like.Sloppy, if you're still collecting data,