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3-24-2009 @ 3:34AM
Due to the 1 hour durations being more efficient, the demand for flasks will go down a bit [a fully flasked 3 hour raid now creates demand for 2 current flasks; the same 3 hour raid in the future will create demand for only 3 new flasks, not 4]; however, this may be offset some by more people actually flasking when they used to not flask at all [so people that only drink 1 current flask for a 3 hour raid now and switch to 3 flasks for a future 3 hour raid will increase the demand for flasks].I would guess that the lowered demand effect will be a bit stronger than the raised demand effect, and that this is a net win for users of flasks, because, at the very least, they can be more granular with their flask purchases; instead of say, 40g for 2 hours, they can choose, say 20g for an hour or 40g for 2 hours.As an Elixir Mastery alchemist, Elixir Mastery better continue to provide an additional 0x to 4x bonus of the output, so, producing the recipe once should produce 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 flasks. Currently, you can get 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 flasks, with an average of about 1.25 flasks over a lot of attempts.[The chances of getting an additional proc seems to be 20% of the last chance:1 times the normal output = 100.00%+ an additional 1 times the normal output = 20.00%+ an additional 1 times the normal output = 4.00%+ an additional 1 times the normal output = 0.80%+ an additional 1 times the normal output = 0.16%= 124.96% of the normal output]
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