Wouldn’t it be great if we could foretell what Fragments we might get from Wizarding Challenges?
Well, a recent hypothesis, brought to light by Gavin ap’ Morrygan (London_Beelow), suggests that there might be a specific pattern to what you should expect in terms of Fragments from Wizarding Challenges. Before we go any further, we must warn you that this hypothesis, despite having been tested and witnessed by ourselves and PokeFodderYT, remains a hypothesis in the sense that a much larger sample would be required to confirm it with absolute certainty. Nonetheless, we strongly believe that it is one worth sharing with the public!
The hypothesis goes as follows:
One can predict the Fragments they will collect, Centaur’s Bow or Horned Serpent Egg, from Wizarding Challenges (has only been tested and observed with the Oddities’ Runestones) when alternating Runestones’ Family every two combats on the sixth Floor of Fortresses.
In other words, what we tested (and observed) was how we could purposefully obtain the infamous Centaur’s Bow and Horned Serpent Egg Fragments. The pattern was observed using the following setting:
- Floor #6
- Oddities Runestone lvl 1
- Any other Runestone lvl 1 (cannot be Oddities)
Using the following steps, we are able to systematically collect Fragments from either the Centaur’s Bow or the Horned Serpent Egg.
- Complete two battles on the sixth Floor using lvl 1 Oddities’ Runestones. These two battles would reward us with Fragments from either the Centaur’s Bow or the Horned Serpent Egg.
- Complete two battles on the sixth Floor using any lvl 1 Runestones other than Oddities.
- Repeat step 1. Again, these two battles would reward us with Fragments from either the Centaur’s Bow or the Horned Serpent Egg.
- Repeat step 2, then 3, then 2, then 3, and so on.
In short, we were able to target two specific Foundables through something that appears to be a systematic rewarding pattern in Wizarding Challenges, i.e. target Fragments from the Centaur’s Bow and/or the Horned Serpent Egg by alternating Runestones’ Family every two combats.
Again, this observed pattern remains a hypothesis at this point, which would require much more reports to be confirmed with certainty. Furthermore, it would be very interesting to see if such a pattern can also be observed for different Families. This will require a lot of testing, but we shall report back once we can share something somewhat solid to share with you.
In the meantime, test this hypothesis and make sure to report back below so we can hopefully confirm the pattern with absolute certainty!
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