An overall guide to crates, items and some trading!
Guide to All Items
Each day you can get up to 3 crates and an additional crate after finishing and claiming your daily task.
There are 4 different crates each containing items for one equip slot.
They have 5 different possible predominant rarities and are as follows:
On top of this there are some possible other rarity effects which are:
Contains Haircuts and these have a couple unique colors only available for hair: Blond and Brown.
The contents of this crate are generally fetch the lowest prices but the more unique hair colors fetch the high values; Red, Blue, Green.
Some of these hairstyles are especially not worth as much due to their compatibility with hats.
The most useable hairstyle for meshing well with hats is Baldo as it removes almost all of your hair except for a small strand that is almost unnoticeable.
Contains hats as well as the unique rarer trait of YIKE.
Some of these hats are just items that sit on your head while others fit a lot more nicely on your characters head.
Contains all the facial equipable items.
these range from masks to a clown nose, there’s a lot of unique possibilities with these items
These are all items that cover most of your foot except for the sandals (not the socks with sandals) those still show your feet.
Items come in a few predominant rarities:
On top of this there are rarities for the colors that an item can have as well:
The rarities for the colors are:
- Light Blue
- Creme (Hair Exempt)
- Blond (Hair only)
- Brown (Hair only)
These items also have a rarity number that they are assigned based on their color and rarity.
Each rarity has a “weight” and shininess and branding can also add “weight”:
- Common – 1
- Uncommon – 2
- Rare – 3
- Extraordinary – 4
- Legendary – 6
- YIKE – 6
- Shiny – 11 (TBD – not sure about shiny grade effects)
The item you have will always have a minimum of 2 rarity as they have both their predominant rarity and their color rarity values combined.
Ex. A Rare hat with Blue coloring would be a 5 rarity as it has values of 3 and 2 combined to 5.
These rarity values are indicative of exactly how rare each item is comparatively.
The exact calculations of drop rarity aren’t public but it can be assumed through the steam market the relative rarities
- Common – 80%*
- Uncommon – 16.5%*
- Rare – 2.3%*
- Extraordinary – 1%*
- Legendary – 0.2%*
- Common – 78%*
- Uncommon – 17%*
- Rare – 4%*
- Legendary 1%*
Note: * – Estimated from steam market listings.
My estimates are that it’s another 0.2% chance to get YIKE on top of whatever item you get if its available, and then another 0.04% chance for a shiny*