End of Season Race for Collection Power - Calculating Expenses [EN/PT-BR]

The race for collection power (CP) to earn the so dreamed end of season (EOS) rewards has begun once again and the skyrocketing of prices is a constant in the past many seasons. Each player ends the season with the almost universal dilemma of renting for EOS rewards or not renting, and many don't even know where to start to answer that question, so this is a walkthrough on how to calculate the CP/DEC that you should pay, if you want to get the EOS rewards with a profitable or a breakeven balance.

Using Peakmonsters Bid System

Peakmonsters has delivered a great system of bidding for the community a couple of days ago, and you should definitely use it to your advantage when trying to rent your cards for the EOS.

To use it, go to Peakmonsters rental page, find and click in this button here:

That will give this view where you can configure all things related to the renting of cards based on their Collection Power.

The real question now is: How much can I pay for Collection Power to not lose money in the process? Here's what you have to know to choose the CP/DEC number of your biddings.

Loot Chest Value

To estimate the price of Collection Power by DEC, we must have a grasp on the value of the Loot Chests we're going to gain in the EOS.

Fortunately for us Splintercards does that, and accordingly to their calculations, each Loot Chest has a value of ~74.9 DEC, which is close to \$0.79 in today's valuation of DEC.

Calculating EOS CP/DEC Renting Price

Using the number of chests that each league earns, we can this table of Loot Chests DEC Value per League.

LeagueEOS ChestsDEC ValueCP RequiredCP/DEC
Bronze III53750Not Needed
Bronze II75251,0001.90
Bronze I96745,0007.41
Silver III1289915,00016.68
Silver II151,12440,00035.58
Silver I181,34970,00051.89
Gold III221,649100,00060.64
Gold II261,948150,00077.00
Gold I302,248200,00088.96
Diamond III402,997250,00083.41
Diamond II503,747325,00086.73
Diamond I604,496400,00088.96
Champion III805,995500,00083.40
Champion II1208,992500,00055.60
Champion I15011,240500,00044.48

If you guys go any lower on your CP/DEC ratio on peakmonsters you are losing money. I'm sure you guys can find deals for those prices with ease if you're renting pretty early into the day, and remember that those are average numbers, and opening chests is always like playing the cassino. You can profit or lose money depending on your own luck, but in average those are the numbers you should follow.

Champion II and I numbers are not very realistic. I've reached Champ II with 500,000 power some times, but it is very hard, and Champ I is literally impossible.

Mid Season Rentals Calculation

Using the same Loot Chest Value, we can see how much is worth the daily rewards for each league.

LeagueDaily ChestsDEC Value
Bronze III174.9
Bronze II174.9
Bronze I174.9
Silver III2149.8
Silver II3224.7
Silver I4299.6
Gold III5374.5
Gold II7524.3
Gold I8599.2
Diamond III10749
Diamond II12898.8
Diamond I141,048.6
Champion III161,198.4
Champion II181,348.2
Champion I201,498

The DEC Value provided by the rewards is only part of what the daily playing offers for players, and you have to consider the Battle Rewards that you earn in each league as well. Using the following formula you should be able to estimate your daily rentals accurately:

DEC Rentals = Battle Rewards + DEC Value

If you use that for your daily rentals, you'll find out how much you're earning or losing daily, and you can even add that to your EOS expenses. For example, if you profited 2,000 DEC for the season, and you really want to open your loot chests, you can afford to expend a little over the suggested price in the table because of those 2,000 extra.

I hope this has provided you a way to better think about the "Renting or not" question in the EOS, and if you have any suggestions, drop in the comments below so that I can improve and keep bringing great content for you guys.

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Usando o sistema de Bids no Peakmonsters

O site do Peakmonsters criou um ótimo sistema de "bids" onde você consegue dar lances para alugar cartas. Esse sistema foi lançado há alguns dias e você deveria usá-lo para tentar obter os melhores preços para o final da temporada.

Para usá-lo, vá até o site do Peakmonsters na página de "Rentals" e clique neste botão:

Uma aba irá abrir e você poderá configurar todas as variáveis relacionadas ao aluguel de cartas baseado na quantidade de Collection Power

A grande questão agora é: Quanto eu posso pagar por Collection Power para que eu não perca dinheiro no processo?

Isso é o que você precisa saber para definir a quantidade CP/DEC dos seus aluguéis.

Valor dos Baús de Recompensa

Para estimar o quanto devemos pagar por Collection Power em DEC, temos que entender o valor dos baús de recompensa que vamos receber no final da temporada.

Para nossa sorte, Splintercards calcula esse número, e de acordo com esse cálculo, cada baú de recompensa vale ~74.9DEC o que é cerca de \$0.79 no preço de hoje do DEC.

Calculando o Valor dos Aluguéis para o Final da Temporada

Usando o número de baús que cada liga recebe ao final da temporada, podemos montar essa tabela.

LigaBaús ao Final da TemporadaValor em DECCP NecessárioCP/DEC
Bronze II75251,0001.90
Bronze I96745,0007.41
Silver III1289915,00016.68
Silver II151,12440,00035.58
Silver I181,34970,00051.89
Gold III221,649100,00060.64
Gold II261,948150,00077.00
Gold I302,248200,00088.96
Diamond III402,997250,00083.41
Diamond II503,747325,00086.73
Diamond I604,496400,00088.96
Champion III805,995500,00083.40
Champion II1208,992500,00055.60
Champion I15011,240500,00044.48

Se você alugar usando qualquer número mais baixo de CP/DEC no peakmonsters, você estará perdendo dinheiro. Tenho certeza que é possível achar negócios até melhores do que esses da tabela se você procurar bem cedo no último dia da temporada, e lembre-se que esses números refletem o valor médio de cada baú e que abri-los é o mesmo que loteria. Você pode lucrar muito ou perder dinheiro dependendo da sua própria sorte, mas na média esses são os números que você deveria seguir.

Para liga Champion II e I os números não são muito realistas. Eu já cheguei a Champion II com 500,000 de collection power, mas é dificílimo, e chegar à Champion I com esse collection power é literalmente impossível.

Calculo de Aluguéis para a Temporada

Nós podemos usar o mesmo valor dos baús de recompensa para calcular as despesas dos aluguéis durante a temporada.

LigaBaús DiáriosValor em DEC
Bronze III174.9
Bronze II174.9
Bronze I174.9
Silver III2149.8
Silver II3224.7
Silver I4299.6
Gold III5374.5
Gold II7524.3
Gold I8599.2
Diamond III10749
Diamond II12898.8
Diamond I141,048.6
Champion III161,198.4
Champion II181,348.2
Champion I201,498

O Valor em DEC das recompensas é apenas parte dos ganhos diários de cada jogador e temos que considerar também as Recompensas de Batalha diárias. Usando a seguinte fórmula, podemos estimar o valor do aluguel diário referente à cada liga:

DEC dos Aluguéis = Recompensas de Batalha + Valor em DEC

Ao usar esse fórmula você vai saber exatamente quanto você está ganhando ou perdendo diariamente e você pode até mesmo usar esses ganhos/perdas no seu cálculo para o final da temporada. Por exemplo, se você tiver um ganho de 2000 DEC durante a temporada e você realmente quiser receber suas recompensas de final de temporada, então você pode usar um pouco a mais do que aquilo sugerido na tabela pois você tem esses 2000 extra.

Espero que esse post tenha ajudado vocês a responder a pergunta de "Alugar ou não" que todos enfrentamos ao final da temporada, e se tiver alguma sugestão eu peço que comente aí embaixo para que eu possa continuar trazendo um conteúdo de qualidade para vocês.

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