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How much of your goodies is lost after they steal from you?

Infodude57518:09, 6 November 2011

I'm pretty sure it's 25% per successful steal. (So if two bandits run away with 5 stars, you lose 50%.)

Pyro - (Talk)18:23, 6 November 2011
 

I used to think it was 25% per successful steal, but now I'm less sure. A bandit had stolen 5 stars and ran away, but I only lost 3/56 of my goods.

Also, if a bandit has stars and the battle auto-ends do to the time limit, you lose goods proportionate to the amount of stars the bandit had already.

Iyasenu16:37, 9 November 2011
 

I said I'm pretty sure as in there is a chance of error. Maybe it's about 5% per star?

Pyro - (Talk)16:53, 9 November 2011
 

Okay, I doubt its 25%.

I was trading 30 Highlander Ores and one Bandit got away and made off with two of them.

Infodude57522:14, 10 November 2011
 

I only said 25% because logging off during a raid costs you 25% and I doubted they'd make the penalty for logging off less than the penalty of having it stolen.

Pyro - (Talk)22:23, 10 November 2011
 

you don't lose anything if you log off in the beginning of ambush

Hengsheng120·TALKCONTRIBS00:16, 11 November 2011
 

It gives an untranslated error message except for "25%". I tried to escape from a monster-lagged bandit group. (Before I knew about time outs.) And ended up losing a Belvast Safe.

Pyro - (Talk)00:36, 11 November 2011
 

Maybe 1 bandit's star is 1% of your goods? It may be rounded to the nearest whole good, though.

Iyasenu09:04, 11 November 2011
 
 
 
I was trading 30 Highlander Ores and one Bandit got away and made off with two of them.
 

 

That's more than 1%.

Infodude57510:17, 11 November 2011
 

its 1% rounded. up. 30x0.05 is 1.5. round up is 2.Iyasenu had 3/56 stolen. 56x0.05 is 2.8. round up is 3

Teoh01:21, 30 March 2012