Yes only on a 9 star I notice I don’t get good ascension items. On a 10* got two trap tools between two. So are you saying a c on a 10* is a a+ on a 7*. That a b on a 7* is a c on a 9*?
The drop rate for 4* ascension items is very low no matter what the titain rating. Even for a 12*, you’re going to get less than 1 for every 20 titans you kill.
An A on a 7* is the same as a C on a 9*. There’s no equivalent on a 9* for a B on a 7*.
One extremely nit-picky refinement to this: there’s no equivalent on a 9* for a B on a Regular 7*. Getting a B ranking on a Rare 7* would be equivalent to a C on a 9*.
Thanks you both helped me out tremendously. Now as long as these messages remain I’m set to go! I can get forgetful sometimes so reflecting back on notes or messages helps.
They’re not going anywhere!
If you’d like to make them easier to find when you want to come back to a post, the forum has a built-in bookmarking feature, once you tap the three horizontal dots under a post:
Once you bookmark it - see zephyr1 above - you can find it again by searching
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Thanks. Not now but future preference not trying to be a pain but is there a way to get a deeper in depth break down. Like okay a - b rating for a 7* rare is the equivalent of a c - rating on a 9* and a c- rating on a 10* is the equivalent of a c-rating on a 9* but like what about a 8* and a 11 & 12* titan? There like I don’t think need anything below 8* and we likely will bounce for now between 9*/10* but eventually I am assuming will get to a 11* & 12 * longer along the way.
You can save off this picture. Every column is the same loot tier:
Thanks! Though a little confusing still trying to connect the dots a little how it’s referencing a previous ranking on a lower titan to higher one. But I don’t want to be a bother so I’ll try figuring it out.
To give an example from the image @Garanwyn posted, you read down a column, and all of those are the same loot tier, so, for example, all of these are the same (column D):
- 9* – C
- 8* – B
- 7* – A
- 6* – A+
Basically every star level you drop means you have to rank one grade higher for the same loot.
If you look at the column with an E at the top, you can see it has:
And then below that
And then below that
And so on
That means that a C on a 10* gives the same loot roll as a B on a 9*, or an A on an 8*.
If you find a given titain and grade (say, 10* C) in the chart, you can go up or down the column to find all the other titain * and grades that give the same loot.
one easy benchmark to remember is Tier 9, always shoot for at LEAST tier 9. This will give 3 chances of the low-percentage ‘roll’ needed for 3* and 4* ascension mats. Compared to tier 8 and below, which only gives 2. This 50% increase REALLY makes a difference over the long haul.
Forgive me if this has already been answered in this thread, but I really don’t want to read through every single post…
Does the same formula apply to rare titans? My alliance just took down our first 9* rare, a Thunder Unicorn. I got the A+ ranking, which on a 9* should be loot tier 12, correct? I may be misremembering, but I could have sworn I got loot tier 13.
Am I missing something, or do I just need new glasses?
Rare titans give loot tiers equivalent to a Regular titan rated one star higher.
Cool, thanks for the speedy response!
So is it possible to get 5 ascension drops with 13* titans?
True dat and 20 characters.
As they were before… no. The 4 rolls for Loot tier 14 was actually added after the 11-14* titans were released as a way of trying to bring the loot more in line with the effort required to kill the new monsters. When 13 and 14s are reintroduced they absolutely could add a 5th roll to loot tier 16 or 17, but I don’t think any of that has been determined yet.