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Thread: Help Solve this Mystery: Fluctuating Sell Out Rate

  1. #21
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    By the looks of it everyone in bakery is group Av... Have a lot of food

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    I found when I added a 3rd door sales went down compared to when I had 2 doors. I have 2 doors. Now have a partitioned section of the floor so the people don't have to walk as far and I can make 120,000 over night when I don't play for 12 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pika4ever88 View Post
    It feels like there are "groups" of people. Maybe nothing you do affects if you're a group A or group B... :/. Cause I trust fecsuper and he said having more than one door didn't make a difference in RS (he only played that until he was driven away by TL...) and he looked at the game almost like it's a science... Actually, I wish he was here to help us... :/.
    geez people BS is NOT RS and fecsuper's set up was not that good anyway.

    I move 91K plates a day for a reason and that reason is i do not follow fecsuper's bad advice lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerbarbie12 View Post
    I have 3 doors but still only sell 40,000 plates a day. I dont get it.
    adding doors only helps if you section off and reduce walking distance. 2 doors cut walking distance in half in a correct setup and increases plates served each day by a HUGE amount.

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    how do you keep track of how many plates you sell? by the amount of money you make in a day ? if so divide but how much 4?

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    2) iPhone 4, latest version of the normal version of BS
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    4) Very little, as I'm trying to clear my counters! Right now I'm only cooking the 'temporary' recipes such as the watermelon cake (So I master it before it disappears) and I'm cooking recipes from the Frozen Drink Machine, recipe depending on the time of the day
    5) More like a real restaurant, I guess. I have 4 'blocks' consisting of 9 tables (of which 6 per block are 'useable' for the customers)
    6) Don't play RS
    7) On a normal basis (When I'm not trying to clear my counters) I cook a lot of 6hrs+ recipes

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    Oh! I forgot to add that I'm usually very aware of my cooking times, and rarely have 'emtpy' ovens (Again, when I'm not trying to clear my counters )

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyRuss View Post
    adding doors only helps if you section off and reduce walking distance. 2 doors cut walking distance in half in a correct setup and increases plates served each day by a HUGE amount.
    How do you do this? Can I visit you to have a look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyRuss View Post
    adding doors only helps if you section off and reduce walking distance. 2 doors cut walking distance in half in a correct setup and increases plates served each day by a HUGE amount.
    Having efficient walking distance is the premise of fecsuper's first conclusion...

    And if you move so many plates a day (without doing any "cheats" or such), why aren't you making threads and countering his theory?...

    No I did not say just cause RS works like that BS works like that. But comparing the two can get you a good idea of how they work. You'd be surprised how much TL recycles... Did you know, for all the games, it's the same XP to get to each level. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by trace35 View Post
    How do you do this? Can I visit you to have a look?
    It's likely something like, top half of bakery and bottom half of bakery each has a door and then just using dividers or other floor items so that the two people can't cross over. Effectively having "two" bakeries.

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