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[Problem] A Powdercake Dilemma


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Here's a question that's niggled at the back of my mind for so long already:

 

Assuming these conditions:

 - it rains twice (with each instances of precipitation lasting for less than a day) in Autumn,

 - Winter spoilage slowdown is in effect

 - it rains at least 10 days/ worth of heavy rain in Spring

 - Summer spoilage speedup is in effect

how long does a Powder cake left on the ground for Gobbler bait, from full freshness, last before it finally turns into rot?

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54 minutes ago, GetNerfedOn said:

how long does a Powder cake left on the ground for Gobbler bait, from full freshness, last before it finally turns into rot?

More or less, about 64 reallife days worth of playing DST non-stop without rollbacks etc.

 

Wet Powdercake on the ground will perish at a rate of 2.4375, so it will take ~7,692.31 ingame days till it turns into rot.
Powdercake in the Ice Box during winter will perish at a rate of 0.375, in this case it will take 50,000 ingame days till it turns into rot.

In the worst case, your powdercake will perish if you play DST non-stop for only ~42.74 reallife days.
In the best case, your powdercake will perish after a total of ~277,78 reallife days.

Food left on the ground will perish at a rate of 1.5, so the Powdercake will take 12,500 days to perish.

The rain during autumn is in most cases not enough to make the world wet, except if it's in the 2nd year, your cake will suffer ~20 days of perishing.
During winter foods perish at a rate of 0.75, so your cake will suffer only ~11.25 days of perishing.
Even if it's not raining non-stop during spring, wetness is present almost the whole year, so your cake will suffer ~26 days of spoilage during perishing.
During summer, foods perish at a rate of 1.25, so your cake will suffer ~18.75 days of perishing.

= ~76 days of perishing every 70 days (the fact that it's left on the ground is excluded here)

=> It will take a total of ~11513.16 ingame days or ~63,96 reallife days till your Powdercake turns into rot.

 

But then again, in the "worstest" case, your powdercake will "perish" after only ~10 seconds if it's burning or inside a spore cloud.

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2 hours ago, Viktor234 said:

More or less, about 64 reallife days worth of playing DST non-stop without rollbacks etc.

 

Wet Powdercake on the ground will perish at a rate of 2.4375, so it will take ~7,692.31 ingame days till it turns into rot.
Powdercake in the Ice Box during winter will perish at a rate of 0.375, in this case it will take 50,000 ingame days till it turns into rot.

In the worst case, your powdercake will perish if you play DST non-stop for only ~42.74 reallife days.
In the best case, your powdercake will perish after a total of ~277,78 reallife days.

Food left on the ground will perish at a rate of 1.5, so the Powdercake will take 12,500 days to perish.

The rain during autumn is in most cases not enough to make the world wet, except if it's in the 2nd year, your cake will suffer ~20 days of perishing.
During winter foods perish at a rate of 0.75, so your cake will suffer only ~11.25 days of perishing.
Even if it's not raining non-stop during spring, wetness is present almost the whole year, so your cake will suffer ~26 days of spoilage during perishing.
During summer, foods perish at a rate of 1.25, so your cake will suffer ~18.75 days of perishing.

= ~76 days of perishing every 70 days (the fact that it's left on the ground is excluded here)

=> It will take a total of ~11513.16 ingame days or ~63,96 reallife days till your Powdercake turns into rot.

 

But then again, in the "worstest" case, your powdercake will "perish" after only ~10 seconds if it's burning or inside a spore cloud.

Thank you for the extremely detailed, speedy response :D

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