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Food Items Template

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Since most players cannot see the exact quality of dish and the number of stars is based on quality, simply leave stats as a range.

E.g., if 4 stars = 80~90 quality (not exact numbers) and 80 gives 10 luck and 90 gives 1000 luck, put 10~1000. Simple solution and reasonably simple to understand for most, if not all, people.

Just a suggestion.

Ikkisuki (talk)18:53, 11 May 2014

Or, if there's a formula to it and it can be regressed, then you can make one of those new javascript-based calculators that's been popping around the wiki. Make it so you can select a quality (and show the amount of stars next to it, or other way around) and it'll spew out the stat values of the food.

Ikkisuki (talk)18:55, 11 May 2014

If I remember correctly from when I was doing research on the food calculation formula the lowest values I could get were 50% of the max food stat with 1 star and 100% at 5 star.

Also Nexon posted the hidden quality to star rating relationship awhile ago in Nexon Q/A 5, Hope this info can be of some assistance in regressing the formula.

Laden (talk)04:00, 12 May 2014

Thanks, this is very helpful. Was it even possible to go below 0 quality back then?

Kapra - (Talk)01:04, 13 May 2014

To my knowledge no it is not possible to have below 0 quality which might explain why it was not possible to get 1 & 2 star foods before they changed the quality to star rating relationship.

Also I did manage to come up with a formula a while ago it was (MaxFoodStat * 0.5) + ((HiddenQuility/100) * MaxFoodStat * 0.5)

So if we used Truffle Pie as an example it gives 40 HP
5 star range would be (40 * 0.5) + ((95/100) * 40 * 0.5) = 39~40 HP
4 star range would be (40 * 0.5) + ((75/100) * 40 * 0.5) = 35~39 HP
3 star range would be (40 * 0.5) + ((55/100) * 40 * 0.5) = 31~35 HP
2 star range would be (40 * 0.5) + ((35/100) * 40 * 0.5) = 27~31 HP
1 star range would be (40 * 0.5) + ((0/100) * 40 * 0.5) = 20~27 HP

I never ran extensive tests on this formula and a lot of food data on the wiki uses the old star rating formula so I advice doing some tests yourself to check if it’s accurate.

Hope my research is of some assistance in making a food calculator.

Laden (talk)02:51, 14 May 2014