European Farming Club


#12

??? Well clearly you’d like to argue with a brick wall, so I’m going to let you continue with that. Nothing I said was meant to be argumentative.

There’s nothing wrong with footfall traps. You’re just choosing to make certain ones negative and other ones positive.


#13

The players making these farms deserve to be rewarded. Enjoy your footfall. Thanks for another safe farm.


#14

You did literally ask. If you’ve been sufficiently answered then yeah we’re done. :tada:


#15

When is a trap ever a good thing is my only question


#16

This is a trap. Be wary.


#17

We’ve added a nice, little mud farm. Thanks to @Pfiffel we know that mud drops the same amount of Raw Waxy and Exotic Earthyam on level 5 and level 6 planets. Source

The advantage of a farm on a level 5 planet is that you only need 4000 damage to one hit the mud, which my miner easily does with a normal forged AE shovel. No longer do you need a strength brew but can instead use a speed brew without the shovel epic.

The farm has a 3x3 plot area which contains 1627 mud (94%), the remaining 101 blocks (6%) are silty soil, mostly at the edge.

The farm has a door. In the unlikely case that the regeneration bomb kicks you out you can easily get back in.

You can reach the farm from the Iconic Resource Besevrona hub.


Confused where to find exotic earthyams
#18

Also new is our clay farm. On level 5 planets, clay drops 8,4% Raw Waxy Earthyam, the same amount of level 6 planets. Source

While it’s easier to farm Raw Waxy Earthyam with mud, there is hardly a reason if you need clay to farm it on anything below a level 5 planet. You need only 2800 damage to one hit clay on level 5 planets.

The farm contains 3x3 plots of pure clay, 1728 blocks. Nothing will stop your shovel from plowing through! :slight_smile:

The farm has a door. In the unlikely case that the regeneration bomb kicks you out you can easily get back in.

The farm can be reached from the Iconic Resource Besevrona hub.


#19

Last but not least, the third new farm for today, our sand farm. Sand drops Cobalt Fragments starting with level 5 planets. The drop rate of Cobalt Fragment and Olivine Fragment is the same as on level 6 planets. Source

You need 2800 damage to one hit sand, which should even allow a miner to use a cheap shovel without a strength brew.

The farm contains 3x3 plots of pure sand, 1728 blocks.

The farm has a door. In the unlikely case that the regeneration bomb kicks you out you can easily get back in.

The farm can be reached from the iconic Resource Besevrona hub.


#20

Love the data driven process to build the perfect farm!


#21

To some extent some will see it as a trap because it was built for helping players and to gain footfall.
I don’t see that as wrong. It is to frigging hard to make coins in this game, those who have established shops can make a nice income from their sales and footfall.
I don’t see that as bad, I am really happy for them. Early bird gets the worm They earned it with all the hard work they did at the start.
But, for some players, it will be hard to come up with a means of making income. I see this as smart thinking of doing something that will give income from footfall and help players at the same time. If players don’t realize that the player who made the farm will also be getting footfall, then well . . .
I still don’t see it as a trap.


#22

Can we please stop calling beacons that provide utility and have a purpose other than to fool people in to walking in to them, traps… The owner has to fuel portals and used resources to wall off the area so it’s safe. They earned it.


#23

trap

Sorry could not resist


#24

We have finally added our ash farm to the Iconic Resource Besevrona hub. Now we have everything to make bricks. Ash, again, drops the same amount of resources on level 5 and level 6 planets. Source

The advantage of a farm on a level 5 planet is that you only need 4000 damage to one hit the mud, which my miner easily does with a normal forged AE shovel. No longer do you need a strength brew but can instead use a speed brew without the shovel epic.

The farm has a 3x3 plot area which contains 1728 ash blocks (100%).

The farm has a door. In the unlikely case that the regeneration bomb kicks you out you can easily get back in.


#25

We’ve added our silty soil farm to the Iconic Resource Besevrona hub. If you’re crafting glass you should consider getting your silty soil at our farm. On level 5 planets, silty soil drops 8,4% Raw Waxy Earthyam, the same amount of level 6 planets and you still only need 2800 damage to one hit the blocks. Why not get some Raw Waxy Earthyam for free while farming your silty soul? Source

The farm contains 3x3 plots of only silty soil.

And as always, the farm has a door. In the unlikely case that the regeneration bomb kicks you out you can easily get back in.


#26

You’re heating with peat? Why don’t you get your peaty soil at the latest EFC farm and get 8,4% Raw Waxy Earthyam on top of your peat for free? Source

The farm contains 3x3 plots of only peaty soil. And as always with out farms, there is a door to get back in for the unlikely case that you get kicked out by your regeneration bomb.

The far can be accessed through the Iconic Resource Besevrona hub.


#27

this stuff looks amazing ever consider hooking up to the aquatopian embassy i got a nice central hub building that can host portal and has an aditional room attached for information our whatever
one off the more exclusive locations on our newly rebuild mega hub
:sunglasses:


#28

At the moment we’ll have to stay on Besevrona. I’ll buy all the shards and barely get enough footfall for the existing 1x2 portals.


#29

i wonder what would happen if portals are free :smile:
total anarchy :smile:


#30

That is MADNESS!


#31

Someone would create an exploration network. Connecting the center of all 50 zones on every planet. I know I would. :slight_smile: