|Date||Adventures||Meat||Average||Rat whisker (%)||Rat appendix (%)||Information||Source|
|24-Apr-06||113||78 (69.0%)||37 (32.7%)||Packrat, GP, PoO, PoP, FLPLL, Duck-on-a-string, Miner's helmet, Baron Von Ratsworth's monocle, 30-lb Baby Gravy Fairy (Item drops +135%)||w0rm|
|27-Apr-06||253||4104||16.22||253 (100.0%)||126 (49.8%)||Packrat, GP, PoO, PoP, FLPLL, Duck-on-a-string, Miner's helmet, Baron Von Ratsworth's monocle, 31-lb Baby Gravy Fairy (Item drops +137.5%)||w0rm|
|26-Jun-2006||1095||1095 (100%)||213 (19.5%)||Item Drop Bonus: +0%||Yiab|
With the extra item drops taken into account, this makes the percentages for the first run of data 29.4% for the Rat whisker and 13.9% for the Rat appendix. For the second run, the ceiling effect on whisker drops means that all that can be said is that the percentage was at least 42.1% for the rat whisker and was 21.0% for the rat appendix. There is a considerable discrepancy between these two sets of data. Even so, for the sake of completeness, the weighted average for the rat appendix drop is 18.8%.
With the extra meat drops taken into account, the average meat per adventure is 10.8.
- Remember, when your modified drop rate is 100%, you need to do more research with lower bonuses. --Yiab 18:24, 26 June 2006 (UTC)
I believe that the miss text "It traps you into an hour-long debate against artificial turf. Fortunately, it falls asleep midway through," may be a reference to a comedian who's name I can't quite remember. One of his sets was about the different levels of drunkeness, and involved things such as having a debate arguing against artificial turf, having a debate arguing for artificial turf, and being kicked out of the bar in the wee hours of the morning, watching people as they jog by. --Linktoreality 03:28, 22 May 22 2006 (UTC)