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The_Golden_One

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About The_Golden_One

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    Lousy Pig Knight
  • Birthday 09/28/96

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Malta
  • Interests
    Football, Dofus, YouTubing

Dofus Details

  • Dofus Server
    Rushu
  • Dofus Class
    Sram
  • Alignment
    Brakmarian
  • Dofus IGNs
    Golden-Etemaii, Golden-Treasurer, Golden-Diamondine, Golden-Mendez

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  1. Holy motherfuckin shit that should be illegal. Reported. Gj man
  2. You've got it right. Golden/(anything from gen 1) mated with a Golden/(anything from gen 1) will eventually yield you a Ginger. For Almonds, any mixture of gen 1s for example Indigo/Crimson and Ebony/Orchid will eventually get you an Almond, although from my experience Almonds are way harder to get.
  3. I have no idea how we met brother but I can say that it was a blessing. Keep your head high and have a good life man, take care. xx
  4. This is the problem that Dofus has, imo. On almost any other MMORPG, money-making is rudimentary since you can put literally anything up for sale and you'll get money for it. Here, you have to know what to put on the market and pray that a buyer purchases the item before bots/other people undercut you. You have to find out what people want and evaluate if it is worth spending your time on. As Sam said, nobody wants to put their cards on the table if it means other people will want a piece of the cake. In the end however, when you see that "[Bank] + 1,000,000 kamas : Sale of [My ass]" you'll treasure it even more. Now I understand that this is very abstract advice but it is essentially up to you to find a lucrative money-making scheme. For a good test, try and support yourself without using irl money for p2p. If you manage to do so, you've got yourself handled and if not, you have to keep on looking.
  5. Sorry, not Bob here but I can give you my 2 cents The total amount of chamos I've ever gotten is 5, all orchids, all males. I bred them straight away with other seemyools with a better family tree but it only worked once, got a chameleon male orchid again. Mass breeding seemyool chamos is entirely different from doing so with turkeys simply because of the ridiculous amount of mates seemyools have. With an average of 3 mates, you have to be extremely lucky for the parents to pass down the chameleon trait to their newborn. The percentage of successfully getting a chamo from chamo parent(s) is so minuscule that it's completely up to RNG, in my experience anyway. This is main reason seemyool chameleons are so scarce and therefore expensive.
  6. Dear Ankama, this is how you balance stuff smh
  7. Or how about you spend your time better instead of playing ridiculous games and end up losing hard-earned items? I'm sorry if this sounds rude but you should have seen this 'scam' coming from a mile away.
  8. I too am sad to hear about this. The only fellow Maltese citizen I have encountered during the past year (probably lives 10/15 mins away from me at most) turns out to pull this kind of shit even when he's well over 25 y/o at least. He has given me some advice before but I didn't know that most of his achievements were thanks to other people playing his chars for him lol. In any case, respect to Blank for handling the situation maturely.
  9. Thank you kind sir
  10. In order to get a Turq Seemy, the two parents have to be Ginger + any variation of Gen 1? I.e. Ginger/Orchid + Ginger/Indigo should yield a Turq right? The wiki's confusing me as it has written 'OR' between every possible mix which would make it theoretically impossible to breed.
  11. Nothing nice. Fuckin try me m8
  12. Crafting Minor trophies is probably the fastest way of levelling an artificer at first, especially if you have a bunch of Kolo tokens handy and a team to farm the necessary mats with. Also, don't sell any of the trophies you make as you'll re-use them for their medium/major versions. Check for shields that you can make as there probably are a select few recipes that aren't retarded (it's been a while since I checked) but I remember crafting some Sharkal shields and other low-recipes at first. Do all this while keeping your artificer service toggled on so good folks can provide you with free exp every now and then. This isn't an easy profession to level to say the least, so it will take you some time to max it. Goodluck
  13. So basically used paddock items will become destroyable and in return you'll get nuggets? I've read the whole changelog and I have even more question than before. From what I've understood, paddock items can now be thrown into some kind of recycler located in prisms and it will generate nuggets in monsters of that area. Is that anywhere close to correct? Apologies if this is somewhat off-topic now that that system is nothing new to begin with.
  14. The shield update is like 3/4 years late but at least it has arrived. Also, can anyone explain how this new recycling system will work? Removing the option to exchange used paddock items for new ones is very questionable and I hope that it won't be as retarded as I'm assuming it will be given how demanding the recipes are.
  15. Great guy buy his stuff ppl :^)