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How many potions can you mix per hour?

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Using Bank Presets, Scroll of Cleansing and Portable Well.

 

Lets say with many standard potions (14 unfinished and 14 ingredients). How many can you mix in an hour?


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Like 2900

How do you mix that many per hour? I use that and can only mix 2500 or even 2600 at most.

 

This is using another player's portable well that is 1 step away from a bank chest.


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  1. You're zoning out at some point

You're losing a tick on the last potion

You're not banking quickly enough

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  1. You're zoning out at some point
  2. You're losing a tick on the last potion
  3. You're not banking quickly enough

 

Zoning out? What's that?

 

How do you lose a tick on the last potion? I click as soon as it says done.

 

How fast do you believe is quick enough? Like I said I use presets and I press the hotkey on my keyboard until it loads.


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Zoning out is an expression akin to losing focus

I always keep my focus but still, get onky 2600 at most.


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You're losing at least 1 tick at the end of each inventory, probably a lot more. Each potion takes 2 ticks, the last one in the inventory only takes 1.

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I do 1k with triple screen open, I heard 1.6k apparently and now I hear 2.6k x'D


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You're losing at least 1 tick at the end of each inventory, probably a lot more. Each potion takes 2 ticks, the last one in the inventory only takes 1.

How do I avoid losing the tick on the last option then?


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I think you just have to time clicking the bank deposit box just right.  It's hard to describe.


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I think you just have to time clicking the bank deposit box just right.  It's hard to describe.

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You bank after 1 tick instead of 2. There's really nothing complicated about it.

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You bank after 1 tick instead of 2. There's really nothing complicated about it.

 

You bank after 1 tick instead of 2. There's really nothing complicated about it.

I usually hover my mouse on the bank then when the last potion is finished, I click the bank and keep pressing the preset hotkey.

 

So wait, if I reach the 2nd last potion, I should mix the last potion manually so it's much faster? I saw an Overload video do that (EfficiencyExperts).


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No

 

The server waits 1 tick, makes the potion, then waits another tick, then repeats the process for each potion. With the last potion, you can interrupt the process after the potion is made, skipping the last tick.

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No

 

The server waits 1 tick, makes the potion, then waits another tick, then repeats the process for each potion. With the last potion, you can interrupt the process after the potion is made, skipping the last tick.

Let me summarize it. As soon as I reach my last potion, I click the chest since I don't have to wait 2 ticks?


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You only spend 1 tick on the last potion instead of 2.

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I think he's trying to say you click the bank as soon as the last potion appears and spend only .600 seconds that way.  But correct me if I'm wrong ._.


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I think he's trying to say you click the bank as soon as the last potion appears and spend only .600 seconds that way.  But correct me if I'm wrong ._.

You are correct :) Since 1 game tick equals 0.6 seconds. 


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It's not good practice to think of a tick as .6 seconds. It's half the time it takes to make a potion.

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