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30th March 2016 at 1:35 pm #4052
Can we have a table/list that lists out the nnumber of dishes required for each triplet oof dishes required for each of the 4/8/16 hour events at each of the easy/medium/hard difficulty levels?
I noticed that for each combo of triplet, the number of the required dishes is same. Knowing the number before the event starts will help a lot with planning.
I understand this will be a huge undertaking to compile this list. But once we have a place to start and everybody contributes, we will be up and running with a sizeable lust in no time.30th March 2016 at 1:36 pm #4053
Correction. List, not lust. Stupid autocorrect kicks in at the most inopportune moments.1st April 2016 at 10:23 am #4076
I’ve been testing this and recording the data but I think it’s very random so not really something we can predict. For example, on some events, the number of dishes required will be greatly increased to reflect the quantity of dishes you have in store. I had 100 of one dish while testing and that dish was sometimes requested in events with over 30 items per dish or 80-90 for the event. We can’t predict numbers based on stock levels.
If you come up with a way of recording this then let us know.22nd October 2016 at 5:47 pm #7151
Chill Out Events: I would love to have the great design studio decor, but I cannot have them! You have to do the hard events in order to receive the cards for them. It is impossible for me to complete the hard events in 4 hours! If you stock up on dishes ahead of time, the game sees that and only doubles the needed amount! The only way to complete them is to have a friend who helps you. I know this is done, because I used to belong to a Facebook group who did it. They help each by doing dishes for each other and then selling them to each other in the market place. This just isn’t fair to those of us playing alone and above board!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!24th October 2016 at 12:48 am #7173
hey McGirr, i have found that if you wish to complete the hardest event (4hours), it can be done by pre-stacking your slots with non-event dishes just before the event opens. you will need enough slots for each of the three event cooking chefs, stack enough of the non-event dishes to exceed a total of 4 hours cooking. when the event then opens it will ask (almost always) only for the number of each of those dishes that you already have in inventory. on the rare ocassion it may ask for one more of something, you then have 4 hours to be vigilant and buy it at the market. i have found it a VERY successful strategy !!26th October 2016 at 5:22 pm #7235
Thank you ‘a-licious’ I will definitely give that a try!