Guide to All PIMD Parties

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    Guide to All PIMD Parties


    Hi Everyone! After some conversation with War-King about his original guide, he allowed me to help rework and expand the guide to be more relevant to PIMD players in the present. Additionally, you will find information regarding Club Bonus Items, Premium Party Items, and an explanation of the significance of damage in parties. The information regarding parties will be organized by party type. Each party will display the drops available for the party, duration of the party and damage needed to finish each bar, as well as the total damage needed to finish the party. If you find any discrepancies or new information that can improve the guide, please wall or gift me @Day and I will make corrections as soon as possible.

    Understanding Damage


    Where to Find Your Damage
    Damage for parties can be found underneath the bars that display party progress. It varies with each hit and is not related to strength and intelligence lost. Check below for examples! (Android is on the left and iOS is on the right)
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    Damage vs. Hits
    The one thing that is largely misunderstood about parties is that, there is no set amount of hits needed to complete a party. This is not to say that a player can not have an average amount of hits per party, but there is certainly not a specific number of hits to complete a given party. Now, an average amount of hits for a given player can be calculated by each bar in a party, so in theory a player could find out the rough amount of hits it may take them to complete a bar or party if they know their average damage per hit.
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    As you can see in the images above, the damage varies even though the player is hitting the same bar of the party. Additionally, the player makes a consistent amount of Cash and loses a consistent amount of both intelligence and strength. This is why it is important to know that different types of bars may have different levels of damage that is required in order to complete the bar. Therefore, a party with a higher amount of damage may not necessarily take as long depending on how much damage a player can do on each bar.

    Estimating Hits
    Now that you have a better understanding of the role damage plays in parties, let’s try estimating hits!

    If a player is trying to calculate how many hits it would take to complete Bar A, they would first want to find the average level of damage dealt per hit. For best results, the player should hit Bar A at least 5 times. The more times the player chooses to hit, the more accurate the calculations can be. After hitting, add up the sum of the total damage for the 5 hits.
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    In this example, the player did a total damage of 1,886 for 5 hits. Next, you can find the average damage done per hit and the amount of hits per bar by using these formulas:
    Total Damage ÷ Total Hits = Average Damage Per Hit
    Total Damage to Complete Bar ÷ Average Damage Per Hit = Amount of Hits Per Bar
    Then, plug in the numbers accordingly!
    1,886 ÷ 5 = 377.2
    The number 377.2 is our average damage per hit! Let’s finish up by using the second formula. In this example, Bar A takes 10,000 damage to complete the bar.
    10,000 ÷ 377.2 = 26.5111347 ≈ 27​
    Since you can not do half of a hit, in this situation we would round up to 27. Therefore, it would take the player approximately 27 hits to complete Bar A.​

    Different Types of Bars


    There are four main options when hitting a party. Each bar corresponds with the PvP actions: Fight, Dance, Prank and Eavesdrop. Fight is the only strength based bar, with the other three bars being intelligence based. This does not necessarily mean that an intelligence build will be more effective or make more Cash on bars, but does contribute to the damage done on the bar.
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    Fight, which is the same as Snark, Fight, High-Five, and Peace-Sign.
    Dance, which is the same as Rave, Swipe, Tease, and Eat.
    Prank, which is the same as Lecture, Chug, Complain, and Facepalm.
    Eavesdrop, which is the same as Sigh, Bro-Fist, Drink, and Giggle.​
    As you can see, the four original options can often appear with both different icons and names depending on the party. Invite parties also have their own names for the different hit options, and it often pertains to the hunt.​

    Art Skool


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    Fake Art 101 (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 37,000 damage
    Lecture: 10,000 damage
    Snark: 10,000 damage
    Sigh: 2,500 damage
    Rave: 2,500 damage
    Last Bar: 12,000 damage ​
    Drops: Retro Camera, Porta Potty
    Duration: 2 hours

    DIY Tattoo (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 88,500 damage
    Lecture: 8000 damage
    Rave: 8,250 damage
    Rave: 8,250 damage
    Snark: 56,000 damage
    Last Bar: 8,000 damage​
    Drops: YOUR MOM Tattoo, Electric Guitar, Porta Potty
    Duration: 3 hours

    Factory Art (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 70,000 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Snark: 30,000 damage
    Sigh: 6,500 damage
    Last Bar: 16,500 damage​
    Drops: Cat Skeleton, Porta Potty
    Duration: 4 hours

    Art Starzzz (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 97,000 damage
    Rave: 13,000 damage
    Snark: 43,000 damage
    Lecture: 15,000 damage
    Rave: 13,000 damage
    Last Bar: 13,000 damage​
    Drops: Wolfenstein, Cactus, Electric Guitar, Porta Potty
    Duration: 4 hours

    Hype Machine (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 92,500 damage
    Rave: 28,000 damage
    Lecture: 13,000 damage
    Rave: 28,000 damage
    Sigh: 9,500 damage
    Last Bar: 42,000 damage​
    Drops: TeeVee, Cactus, Porta Potty
    Duration: 4 hours

    Back Alley Debut (Easy)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 201,000 damage
    Rave: 28,000 damage
    Rave: 28,000 damage
    Snark: 64,000 damage
    Snark: 64,000 damage
    Last Bar: 17,000 damage​
    Drops: Unicorn Sculpture, Cactus, Electric Guitar, Porta Potty
    Duration: 5 hours

    Pizza Pop (Art)
    Damage Needed to Complete: 47,500 damage
    Rave: 12,500 damage
    Lecture: 10,000 damage
    Snark: 17,500 damage
    Last Bar: 7,500 damage​
    Drops: Cloudpaca, Kitsune
    Duration: 3 hours​

    The Bro Code


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    Prank Primer
    Damage Needed to Complete: 46,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 7,500 damage
    Swipe: 4,000 damage
    Fight: 35,000 damage​
    Drops: Toilet Seat
    Duration: 1 hour
    Note: The Swipe Bar must be hit first, and players can actually lose regen by hitting the Fight Bar on this particular party.

    Frisbee Follies
    Damage Needed to Complete: 40,000 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 7,500 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Last Bar: 7,500 damage​
    Drops: Ultimate Trophy
    Duration: 2 hours

    All Roads Lead to Beer
    Damage Needed to Complete: 53,000 damage
    Part One: 28,500 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Swipe: 3,500 damage​
    Part Two: 24,500 damage
    Swipe: 3,500 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Swipe: 3,500 damage​
    Drops: NO DUMPING Sign, Catsuit, Cracked aPhone, PIMD Varsity Jacket
    Duration: 2 hours

    Restless Keg Syndrome
    Damage Needed to Complete: 101,500 damage
    Part 1: 32,000 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Steal: 3,500 damage
    Steal: 3,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 7,500 damage​
    Part 2: 40,000 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 7,500 damage​
    Part 3: 29,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Last Bar: 7,000 damage​
    Drops: Beer Pong, Dirty Poster, Hot Wings
    Duration: 3 hours

    It’s Brostep, Brah!
    Damage Needed to Complete: 172,000 damage
    Part 1: 56,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 7,500 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Chug: 7,500 damage
    Fight: 24,000 damage​
    Part 2: 61,000 damage
    Fight: 23,000 damage
    Chug: 10,000 damage
    Swipe: 5,000 damage
    Fight: 23,000 damage​
    Part 3: 54,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 9,000 damage
    Chug: 9,500 damage
    Swipe: 4,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 9,000 damage
    Last Bar: 22,500 damage​
    Drops: Dubstep Keyboard, Dirty Poster, Hot Wings, Catsuit
    Duration: 4 hours

    Fitspiration
    Damage Needed to Complete: 172,500 damage
    Bro-Fist: 25,500 damage
    Swipe: 9,500 damage
    Chug: 27,000 damage
    Fight: 60,000 damage
    Last Bar: 50,500 damage​
    Drops: Buff Pup
    Duration: 4 hours
    Note: The Chug Bar must be hit first, on this particular party.

    Hipster


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    Counter Culture
    Damage Needed to Complete: 48,000 damage
    Snark: 14,250 damage
    Snark: 14,250 damage
    Sigh: 3,000 damage
    Lecture: 16,500 damage​
    Drops: Hipster Coffee, Catsuit, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 2 hours

    Dumpster Dive
    Damage Needed to Complete: 70,500 damage
    Lecture: 8,000 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Sigh: 6,000 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Last Bar: 39,500 damage​
    Drops: Dumpster Burrito, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 3 hours

    No Hand Brakes!
    Damage Needed to Complete: 68,000 damage
    Sigh: 6,500 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Rave: 8,500 damage
    Snark: 28,000 damage
    Last Bar: 16,500 damage​
    Drops: Fixie, Catsuit, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 3 hours

    Blue Plate Special
    Damage Needed to Complete: 92,500 damage
    Rave: 12,700 damage
    Rave: 12,700 damage
    Snark: 42,300 damage
    Lecture: 12,300 damage
    Last Bar: 12,500 damage​
    Drops: Greasy Breakfast, Moustache, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 4 hours

    Arcade (Mis)Fire
    Damage Needed to Complete: 93,000 damage
    Sigh: 9,500 damage
    Lecture: 12,250 damage
    Lecture: 12,250 damage
    Snark: 42,000 damage
    Last Bar: 17,000 damage​
    Drops: Cut-Offs, Moustache, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 4 hours

    First World Problems
    Damage Needed to Complete: 119,500 damage
    Rave: 17,000 damage
    Sigh: 12,500 damage
    Rave: 17,000 damage
    Lecture: 16,500 damage
    Last Bar: 56,500 damage​
    Drops: Hipster Tee, Moustache, Catsuit, Cracked aPhone, Coyote Hood
    Duration: 5 hours

    VIP Pass


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    Afternoon Delight
    Damage Needed to Complete: 147,500 damage
    High-Five: 30,500 damage
    Drink: 20,000 damage
    Tease: 13,000 damage
    Complain: 40,000 damage
    Last Bar: 44,000 damage​
    Drops: Electric Guitar, Porta Potty, Hot Tub, Swag Bag
    Duration: 3 hours

    Cabana Cool
    Damage Needed to Complete: 186,000 damage
    Tease: 16,000 damage
    Drink: 40,000 damage
    High-Five: 35,000 damage
    Drink: 40,000 damage
    Last Bar: 55,000 damage​
    Drops: Porta Potty, Hot Tub, Bikini and Trunks
    Duration: 4 hours

    Wait-Listed
    Damage Needed to Complete: 165,000 damage
    Complain: 40,000 damage
    High-Five: 37,000 damage
    Tease: 19,000 damage
    Drink: 35,500 damage
    Last Bar: 33,500 damage​
    Drops: Electric Guitar, Porta Potty, Hot Tub, VIP Pass
    Duration: 4 hours

    Just Dance!
    Damage Needed to Complete: 224,500 damage
    Drink: 56,000 damage
    High-Five: 39,000 damage
    Complain: 41,000 damage
    Drink: 56,000 damage
    Last Bar: 32,500 damage​
    Drops: Health Water, Porta Potty, Hot Tub, DJ Headphones
    Duration: 5 hours

    Limo Luxury
    Damage Needed to Complete: 180,000 damage
    Complain: 42,000 damage
    Tease: 25,000 damage
    Drink: 36,000 damage
    High-Five: 41,000 damage
    Last Bar: 36,000 damage​
    Drops: Health Water, Porta Potty, Hot Tub, Monkey Limo Driver
    Duration: 5 hours

    Skyhigh Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 219,000 damage
    High-Five: 43,000 damage
    Drink: 60,000 damage
    Drink: 60,000 damage
    Tease: 28,000 damage
    Last Bar: 28,000 damage​
    Drops: Health Water, Electric Guitar, Porta Potty, Hot Tub
    Duration: 5 hours

    Dog Star
    Damage Needed to Complete: 117,500 damage
    Tease: 29,000 damage
    Complain: 24,000 damage
    High-Five: 40,000 damage
    Last Bar: 24,500 damage​
    Duration: 4 hours​

    Otaku


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    Draw Manga!
    Damage Needed to Complete: 67,500 damage
    Giggle: 7,500 damage
    Peace-Sign: 17,500 damage
    Facepalm: 7,500 damage
    Eat: 17,500 damage
    Last Bar: 17,500 damage​
    Drops: Manga
    Duration: 2 hours

    Noodle Express
    Damage Needed to Complete: 112,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 35,000 damage
    Eat: 25,000 damage
    Eat: 25,000 damage
    Giggle: 12,000 damage
    Last Bar: 15,000 damage​
    Drops: Bowl of Ramen
    Duration: 4 hours

    Enjoi J-Pop!
    Damage Needed to Complete: 191,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 52,000 damage
    Giggle: 17,000 damage
    Facepalm: 30,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 52,000 damage
    Last Bar: 40,000 damage​
    Drops: Karaoke Microphone
    Duration: 4 hours

    Cosplay Please
    Damage Needed to Complete: 168,500 damage
    Giggle: 30,000 damage
    Giggle: 30,000 damage
    Facepalm: 46,500 damage
    Eat: 22,000 damage
    Last Bar: 48,000 damage​
    Drops: Popsicle, Cosplay Costume
    Duration: 4 hours

    Anime Expo
    Damage Needed to Complete: 267,000 damage
    Facepalm: 53,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 72,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 72,000 damage
    Giggle: 25,000 damage
    Last Bar: 45,000 damage​
    Drops: Plane Ticket to Japan
    Duration: 5 hours

    Big in Japan
    Damage Needed to Complete: 292,500 damage
    Giggle: 40,700 damage
    Peace-Sign: 99,500 damage
    Peace-Sign: 99,500 damage
    Eat: 39,300 damage
    Last Bar: 13,500 damage​
    Drops: Daruma Doll
    Duration: 5 hours

    Cat Cafe
    Damage Needed to Complete: 95,000 damage
    Eat: 20,000 damage
    Facepalm: 25,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 35,000 damage
    Last Bar: 15,000 damage​
    Drops: White Tiger, Cloudpaca, Baby Kitsune, School Uniform PRO, Bento Box PRO
    Duration: 4 hours​

    PRO Parties (TBA)


    This is still a work in progress, but will be added in the future!

    Invite Parties


    Invite Parties function the same in terms of damage, but have a different appearance or theme depending on the hunt.

    4 Invite Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 38,000 damage
    Fight: 10,000 damage
    Prank: 8,000 damage
    Rave: 14,000 damage
    Last Bar: 6,000 damage​
    Duration: 3 hours

    7 Invite Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 63,000 damage
    Fight: 17,500 damage
    Prank: 14,000 damage
    Rave: 22,000 damage
    Last Bar: 9,500 damage​
    Duration: 4 hours

    10 Invite Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 99,000 damage
    Fight: 27,500 damage
    Prank: 22,000 damage
    Rave: 34,500 damage
    Last Bar: 15,000 damage​
    Duration: 6 hours

    15 Invite Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 155,500 damage
    Fight: 43,200 damage
    Prank: 34,500 damage
    Rave: 54,200 damage
    Last Bar: 23,600 damage​
    Duration: 8 hours

    22 Invite Party
    Damage Needed to Complete: 244,400 damage
    Fight: 67,900 damage
    Prank: 54,200 damage
    Rave: 85,200 damage
    Last Bar: 37,100 damage​
    Duration: 10 hours​

    Black Cat Cafe


    Damage Needed to Complete: 100,000 damage
    Eat: 25,000 damage
    Facepalm: 25,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 35,000 damage
    Last Bar: 15,000 damage​
    Duration: 4 hours​

    Max Drops and Plunder


    Each party has a maximum amount of drops that can be received regardless of stats, amount of hits or consumables used. The only bonus that can increase the maximum drops of a party can be purchased through the store. Current max drop amounts can be viewed below (Main Story Drops / Side Story Drops):
    POTD: 126 / 28
    PPOTD: 245 / 49
    Kinis: 250 / 50
    Cats: 500 / 100
    Dogs: 700 / 180
    *Note: You can only receive one type of side story drop at a time, meaning you must complete the first side story before moving on to the next one.

    Trophy Drop Rates


    All parties have a 5-15% chance of dropping a given trophy to all members of the club who have actively participated in the party. The drops are completely random, and the use of DNs and or Care Packages does not increase your chances to receive a trophy. Higher hits, plunder and damage also have no effect on the drop rate.

    Attack Items


    Among the various items found in the Store, there are consumable items that can be used in both parties and PvP. Both Attack and Defense Items allow players a better chance at winning the given action and are often referred to as “Pots”. However, only attack items are necessary for parties. These items offer a range of stats, prices, and can be intelligence or strength based. The average player will likely not need to make use of Pots while partying unless they are attempting a PRO Party or the highest difficulty Party for Invites. All Pots can be purchased for Cash in the Store, and are not found anywhere else in the game.

    Club Bonus Items


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    Amps can be obtained from various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC rewards. Wild Amps are the only amp that can be directly purchased in the Store, these amps can e used for any party and can stack on top of other amps for an added bonus. All amps need to be activated with their corresponding Party Amp Keytars that can be purchased for 50 Cash in the Store. When used, amps increase cash from party actions by 10%.
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    Jets can only be obtained by purchasing it directly from the Store for 29 Silver XC Crowns. Once purchased, the item can be activated with a Party Jet Key, also in the store, for 50 Cash. When used, this item will start the current party immediately and will give a 20% drop boost upon completion. If the club successfully completes the party, all participants will continue to receive this 20% drop boost for an hour, even if they leave the club.
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    Limos can be obtained from various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC rewards. They are not able to be directly purchased in the Store. To activate a Limo, purchase a Party Limo Key for 50 Cash in the Store. When used, this item decreases the party start time by 10 minutes and will cause the party to start immediately if the remaining time is 10 minutes or less.
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    Yachts can be obtained from various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC rewards. They are not able to be directly purchased in the Store. To activate a Yacht, purchase a Party Yacht Key for 50 Cash in the Store. When used, this item will start your party immediately.
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    Slow Jams can be obtained from various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC rewards. They can also be purchased directly from the Store for 5 Extra Credits and are activated with a Slow Jam Spreader that can be purchased for 50 Cash in the Store. When used, this item extends the current party by 15 minutes; only 4 Slow Jams can be used per party.

    Premium Party Items


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    Pizza Bikinis can be obtained as a drop from parties, various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC Rewards. Additionally, they can be purchased directly from the Store for 34 Extra Credits. This item, often referred to as a "Kini", is an item that is required to complete the Art Skool Party: Pizza Pop(ART).
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    Hypnocats can be obtained as a drop from parties, various boxes, the Spinner, Stories, and XC Rewards. Additionally, they can be purchased directly from the Store for 69 Extra Credits. This item, often referred to as a "Cat", is an item that is required to complete the Otaku Party: Cat Cafe.
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    Invites can only be obtained & used during specified hunts when Invite Parties are released. During those hunts, Invites are available in the store for 5 Extra Credits each. Unlike the previous two items, Invite Parties require several invites to complete the given party depending on the difficulty.

    Note: ALL items listed above are consumable items, and can only be used once.

    Troubleshooting and Common Issues


    Double Cat Drop
    This issue occurs often during flashes or promos when players are attempting to drop a cat at the same time. If the cat is no longer in your inventory, take a ss of the chat showing there were multiple drops in one party and send a ticket in to Support.

    Missing Drops
    During new hunts it is common to see a delay of notifications, however if you receive a party notification with no drops it is best to send in a ticket to Support. Most of the time though, these drops are fixed later in the hunt.

    Missing Notifications
    Typically “missing” notifications are just extremely delayed. On the off chance though that you are missing a notification for an extended period of time, sending in a ticket through support may help. This can also happen during flashes when many consumable items are used at once.

    FAQ


    When were invite parties introduced?
    It’s debatable when invite parties first started though, since the first ever invite style party was in May 2017 during the P-ARRRR!-ty in My Dorm Hunt. However the first invite party in the format we are familiar with now was during the Thailand in the Sun Hunt.

    Is it easier to get Max Drops if you’re larger in stats?
    You can meet the requirements for max drops in a party in less hits as you get larger in stats, so technically yes. But it is your ability to do more damage on a given bar that makes it easier to get max drops, rather than your stats directly.

    How often are invite parties available?
    There is not a set schedule or date that invites appear as of now. However, they are most commonly seen at the following holidays: New Years, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, and Christmas.

    How can I tell how many hits someone had in a party?
    Go to the Club icon off the main menu, then scroll down to the Club History and select Parties. From there you can look at specific parties completed, and see how many actions someone had on a party.

    Check out the amazing individuals who helped make this possible!

    Editing
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    War-King
    A huge thank you to him for allowing me to use some of the information from his previous guide on Art Skool parties, and allowing me the opportunity to work with this idea. I truly couldn’t have completed this without your understanding and support.

    Completing Parties
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    Last edited: Jan 6, 2021
  2. I'm so happy you finally got it up! You've been working so hard on it and deserve super praise! I'm happy I was of some help to you!
     
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  3. I LOVE THIS SO MUCH KATIE 😭😭🖤
     
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  4. Amazing as always Katie. Looks so good ❤️
     
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  5. This is nice
     
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  6. Helpful guide Day! ♥️ Thank you so much for taking all the time and effort it took to create this post. It’ll be super helpful for players to help understand parties. 🥳
     
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  7. Nice thread. Finally put to rest that question of what the hardest party is, and it should help club ownere and admins make better choices about which parties to do.

    I noticed a few significant bugs

    Second one should be fight.

    Also the first action in the lists of Action HP is centered making that section look a bit messy.

    "Cosplay Please
    Damage Needed to Complete: 168,500 damage
    Giggle: 30,000 damage
    Giggle: 30,000 damage
    Facepalm: 46,500 damage
    Eat: 22,000 damage
    Last Bar: 48,000 damage
    Drops: Popsicle, Cosplay Costume
    Duration: 4 hours"

    And there are many duplicated ones in the lists, and this is consistent across parties in all categories.

    "Facepalm: 53,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 72,000 damage
    Peace-Sign: 72,000 damage
    Giggle: 25,000 damage
    Last Bar: 45,000 damage"

    I'd be somewhat keen to see a running list of them by difficulty per HP total.

    I also believe that some parties have a blanket defence coefficient, often causing some people to fail hits, and potentially nerfing the damage output on them.

    It may be possible that parties with equal HP may differ in difficulty if one has a higher defence.

    Did you notice anything like this in your tests? Like if you deal more or less damage, on average, to (equivalent actions) on different parties both within the same series and across series.
    This effect would probably be more noticeable when dealing with pro parties as they block out players who are significantly stronger.
     
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  8. (1) I didn’t add the bar for fight since it’s already just fight, but Chug was accidentally put in there!
    (2) I’m aware of the formatting issue. It came up clear in previews, so I’m fixing it at the moment.
    (3) From my experience during this only one party actually took your strength and intelligence if you didn’t hit the correct bar. However, I could have been incorrect.

    And overall under the “Understanding Damage” Section I believe I did mention that relative damage does not mean that a party is necessarily difficult. That’s why players will have to look at their average damage dealt per hit in order to gauge difficulty.

    Though some bars were consistent within parties, there was not enough correlation to conclude that specific bars have any sort of regulation in terms of damage.
     
  9. I think it was beautifully made and well written Day!!! You did an awesome job!

    Also, yall this girl gave up hunt avatars and items to get this guide done. She deserves a huge round of applause

    I don't think one massive guide has ever been posted without hiccups. It doesn't make it any less special. Keep your head up Day! You did something spectacular and it answers multiple age old questions. I personally didn't have any issues understanding it ❤ the info is all great! Can't help forums likes to throw a curve ball on design layout sometimes.
     
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  10. Wow! That’s a lot of info! Thanks for the guide well done!! 🥳
     
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  11. Awesome job Katie. 🥺💕 It looks amazing. Glad I could help
     
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  12. Honestly the effort you put in this is amazing!! Thank you for teaching me how to properly play now🥺💕💕 U a whole queen.
     
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  13. Coolness
     
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  14. Great job day :) ily ❤️
     
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  15. Dis so beauty i luv it lmk anytime when u wanna do pro parties
     
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  16. Just noticed this right now! It looks fantastic Day. Thank you all that contributed to this guide!
     
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  17. That’s awesome ty 👍 I am trying to figure out why box drops are irregular on POTD? Anyone knows ?
     
  18. You aren't guaranteed to get a box from parties upon completion. Cat Cafe has a higher drop rate than POTD would, though, simply because it is a premium party. Even so, you still don't get a box from Cat Cafe every time. It's just randomized but different parties have different probability. :)
     
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  19. I put this off for as long as possible but ily and ty for making this guide. Can I stop sleeping in the doghouse now?
     
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