What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
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What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
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The odds for any specific color combination resulting from a random roll of three colors are as you said, 1.8033507e7. This doesn't change because the dragon may already have some of those colors! There's no need to multiply it again.
Plasmafire wrote on 20191218 15:06:39:
What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
The odds for any specific color combination resulting from a random roll of three colors are as you said, 1.8033507e7. This doesn't change because the dragon may already have some of those colors! There's no need to multiply it again.
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[quote name="Plasmafire" date="20191218 15:06:39" ]
What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
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The odds for any specific color combination resulting from a random roll of three colors are as you said, 1.8033507e7. This doesn't change because the dragon may already have some of those colors! There's no need to multiply it again.
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Ah, I see! Thank you for correcting that!
Ern wrote on 20191218 15:19:52:
Plasmafire wrote on 20191218 15:06:39:
What are the odds, tho?
You have a 1/177 chance of getting any one color, correct? (1/177)x(1/177)x(1/177)=.000000018033507
Then, when you scatter, you’re switching each color once, so you have a 1/177 chance of getting the same color (assuming you can even do that). So that would be, once again, (1/177)^3, correct?
So (1/177)^3 x (1/177)^3 = .0000000000000032520739
Which is 00.00000000000032520739%...And that’s assuming I’ve done my math right.
The odds for any specific color combination resulting from a random roll of three colors are as you said, 1.8033507e7. This doesn't change because the dragon may already have some of those colors! There's no need to multiply it again.
Ah, I see! Thank you for correcting that!
Reminds me of that one user who scattered their dragon but they somehow managed to stay in the same range, only slightly lighter.
Edit: This one
https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/frd/2758796/1#post_2758796
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I have only done a single scatter in my entire life and it all came out red range, my rng is unstoppable.
I have only done a single scatter in my entire life and it all came out red range, my rng is unstoppable.
Almost happen to me same primary and sceondary only tert changed
Almost happen to me same primary and sceondary only tert changed
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Check her profile. I understand the disappointment well.
Check her profile. I understand the disappointment well.
I’ve had that almost happen
same primary, close tert by 1 and close sec by like.. 3
I’ve had that almost happen
same primary, close tert by 1 and close sec by like.. 3

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