So if you've read the guide by <
the quest skip ID field is the Next quest skip ID. Since the quest skip ID is set in the beginning, this is not updated and is used in your starting table. "Next quest skip ID" is what tracks and monitors your quest skip ID during movement while you're adding quests completed. So when you tag a new starting point, update your quest skip ID by copying the "next quest skip ID" to quest skip ID.
Multi-traversal If you are looking at multiple decos to snipe, don't worry! the estimates for quests you need to do always updates based on your current table. So as long as you log everything correctly and dont mess up your quest skip ID, then you should be able to traverse your table list without any problems.
Pro-tip the most optimal path to a table is always to do x number of quests. If the table is blacked-out (meaning, it will be skipped due to the 2 quest advancement), go to the table before your desired table and then do 1 T1 Meld to advance to your desired table. Don't forget to log everything!
This is the link to the read-only spreadsheet as it's best if you save this to your local PC and run with excel, or save into your one drive so it's personal. !As0z1WP-pMSBiS8jln4LxDsfEHUG
But for those who can't access either of those, here is an editable link for you to try it out. !As0z1WP-pMSBiS-AVvunW_mKzcq3
Why One Drive and not google sheets?
I have a lot of formulas and custom dynamic highlights that don't translate to google sheet.
Well I think that's it! hope this helps for your deco sniping needs. As in everything, you will better understand it once you've used it. I have been using this for a couple hundred tables already and it has worked well. The computations should have no problem – you can test it out first by playing around with dummy data. I've also had a few friends use it as a sort of dry run testing.
Additional important notes
Please read the info sheet in order to better understand the fields. Also, I have experienced times where i actually skipped tables even if i logged everything perfectly. This happened when i did some online quests with friends – particularly when we returned to camp instead of base. When i play solo, no matter how many quests I do, as long as i log everything, i don't get lost in the sequence.
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