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A [[drop]] is anything that falls from a [[creature]] that dies in [[PvE]], from a [[chest]], or from a [[
A [[drop]] is anything that falls from a [[creature]] that dies in [[PvE]], from a [[chest]], or from a [].
Ordinary [[foe]]s usually drop a single item or pile of gold while [[boss]]es can drop up to four.
Ordinary [[foe]]s usually drop a single itemor pile of goldwhile [[boss]]es can drop up to four. dropped by foes are [[assign]]ed to a single [[ally]] and gold drops are unassigned. During [[special event]]s, [[seasonal item]]s can also drop from any [[hostile]] or neutral [[NPC]].
Items that drop from
Items that drop from a [[chest]] or touching [[treasure]] are assigned to the partymember that opened itchests that [[spawn]] after completing [[quest]]s in [[Fissure of Woe]] or [[Underworld]]will randomly assign their drops. drop items that spawndirectly into a player's inventory.
== Notes ==
== Notes ==
Revision as of 07:03, 26 September 2011
Ordinary foes usually drop a single item or pile of gold while bosses can drop up to four. Items dropped by foes are assigned to a single ally and gold drops are unassigned. During special events, seasonal items can also drop from any hostile or neutral NPC.
Items that drop from unlocking a chest or touching treasure are assigned to the party member that opened it. Some chests that do not require a key, such as Wreckage or those that spawn after completing quests in the Fissure of Woe or the Underworld, will randomly assign their drops. Presents drop items that spawn directly into a player's inventory.
- Drops assigned to heroes, henchmen, and other NPCs are invisible.
- Gold is not distributed until a player picks it up, after which it is evenly divided among party members (the amount assigned to heroes and henchmen is removed from the game).
- Charmable animals can drop seasonal items and (in the Far Shiverpeaks) map pieces.
- Some players believe that the drop rate is lower if an entire mob of enemies is killed at the same time, but there is little published evidence to support this (see Anti-farm code for details and other theories).