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12-17-2006 @ 10:36PM
Spawn tables- It's a very simple concept that has been used in every persistent game. The only way you could effectively manage monster spawns, without delegating a region of a map (or specific spawn points) to a specific monster, is by this method.While it's pointless to try to do the math on how many kills it will take to spawn X monster (you don't know the region size, nor the proportion of monsters present, and it's relatively difficult to count without risking double-counting), the article offers the best (and most beneficial) tip: just kill everything you see. Logic dictates that if you're in the right area, you'll have that monster pop on you sooner than later.
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