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+620 000 Tiles, +13 500 Properties and +30 000 Jewel Spawns Analyzed since Last update Jan 20.

This is our follow up analysis of the articles, published a few weeks ago, were we initially saw the ability for T2 Single tile colonies to act as “Jewel farms” and shortly after we had to pull the brakes and dismiss this ability as the mechanics changed. So, what is our conclusions after +6 weeks of analyzing more data?

What you are about to see below is a major JEWEL DATA analysis covering All countries in Earth2, All tile classes and all types of property sizes since Jan 20 (almost 2 months!) and much more. This article will be more on the technical side and could be difficult at times for the average reader to fully keep up with the analysis. Though we will try to be as clear, consise and precise as possible.

Moreover, we will make our complete data set available for DOWNLOAD HERE to allow transparency.
(Giving the enjoyment for readers to dissect the data themselves if interested)

Firstly, What we see is indeed a very stable jewel yield the past 4-6 weeks.
Thus we can assume the mechanics is acting as it should or as EARTH2 intend it to act (For now).


However, one type of outlier or “happening” seem to occur, seemingly randomly and quite rarely. We call the phenomena “Jewel Bursts” where a user may recieve an incredible amount of extra jewels. This phenomen only occurs for T2 SINGLE tiles and in our data set it has occured on 5 occasions for 2 users. Shown below:

Looking into all T1 & T2 Single Colonies in the data set

When we dive into all JEWEL COLONIES (potenitally FARMS) existing in our data set (Both T1 and T2 Colonies) we have categorized this into what we call “Single Tile Colonies”. Below you can see the performance for these.

In the picture it is e.g. stated “T1 106 TOGO” (First row) where T1 = TIER1 and the number “106” is amount of single tiles in the colony. In this case 106 single tiles in the country TOGO.

When we look closer at what properties that received the 117 Jewel Bursts, 20 January, we can determine that the burst was not given to only one single tile as a lump sum but rather given to a 117 single tiles (1 jewel per tile) out of the 540 Single tiles in “South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands” Colony. Strangely we had another user in our data set with a MUCH larger portfolio receiving a similar amount in a Jewel Burst of 119 Jewels, 19 February, on the T2 Nicaragua Single Colony, in the same manner. Though this user got a second burst of 129 Jewel the day after, 20 February, in the same T2 Single Colony in Nicaragua.

7 and 8 March two more Jewel bursts occured, again for the “South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands” Colony!

This is a strange phenomena we do not have a clue why it happens.

The J/T benchmark Measure (Accumulated Jewel / Tiles)

If we leave the outlier happenings of “Jewel Bursts” behind us. To benchmark the Jewel yield properly we developed a measurement that we call: “J/T” = Accumulated Jewels / Tile ratio.

Using this measure for the whole period: Jan 20 up until now March 12, almost 2 months (we collect / harvest data during the weekends) we can with this “J/T” measure see if all T1 and T2 Single colonies are performing equally and if the FARM concept is possible.

With this we can also construct another table showing this J/T ratio for all T1 and T2 single farms seen below.
It may take a minute or so to orient yourself in the tables. The column with a gradient of “red” is the J/T column in focus. The rest of the columns are more of “helper columns” to gain the bigger picture.

In this analysis we have removed the “JEWEL BURSTS” to get “clean” performance of T2 Singles.
We have also made the analysis for the FULL PERIOD on the left and excluded the first month of the period in the right table, this in order to capture a more stable period (excluding the shaky launch period)

Focusing more on the green boxes laid out.
Here we can see that the T1 Single Colonies have a J/T ratio of performance ranging from 0.44 – 0.8 to the left and 0.2-0.54 to the right.

The J/T measure will naturally increase over time. Remember it is “accumulated jewels” per tile. Thus the more time that goes the more the tile accumulates and the value will increase. But this will show us if the J/T evens out over time and the expectation is that all should start to show similar performance. Though, that is why the J/T is higher for the full period (left) vs the reduced period (right). Less accumulated.

There is a performance range here that could be of interest. We see for example that the last T1 row “Saint Kitts & Nevis” is in the bottom performer in both analysis periods. Hence we cannot exclude a geographical impact of some sort. It should not be the CLASS of the tiles as the class is shown in the tables and Class 2 can perform better than class 1 which we then deem not to be a beneficial “boost” factor.

However, the T2s is a slightly different story. In the table the majority of the T2 Single farms are giving a J/T range of 0.01-0.03 though 1 colony is showing a much higher performance of 0.54 in full period and 0.17 in the last weeks!

This is a T2 Single Tile Colony matching the performance of a T1 Colony !!

MOREOVER! This is the Colony South Georgia & Sandwich Islands that is having this excpetional consistent performance over time and this is EVEN when we excluded the JEWEL BURSTS that occured 3 times in this SPECIFIC COLONY, mentioned in the beginning!

We have no IDEA why this T2 Colony is performing this exceptionally!

However, could T2 Singles work as FARMS ?

Potentially, yes. Practically, maybe not. They do Yield jewels but at a rate that seems to be about 15 times less than T1 Singles. Thus, depending on the price of single tiles it may work. If the price is 15 times cheaper and below for T2 vs T1 singles then T2 singles are more profitable. HOWEVER, it would also require 15 times as many SINGLE TILES to reach the same yield. Simple example, 100 T1 Singles would produce about the same as 1 500 T2 Singles. It would be A LOT of purchases!

In below graph we have excluded the strange T2 Jewel Colony of South Georgia & Sandwich Islands that are performing like a T1 Colony and even is getting the rare Jewel Bursts. Very strange outlier.

So what about large properties, 750s?

Well, we could show the same analysis done on the 750s though as can be seen in the table above the J/T ratio is dropping hard for the large properties and thus they are no contenders to be seen as jewel farms in any way.

We hope this article brought some insight for you. When we find any more insights we will bring them forward!



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