Double Rewards (Mechanics)

From The Walkscape Walkthrough

Double Rewards is an attribute that changes the chance for an action to give two loot table rolls instead of one.

Double Rewards Calculation

  1. Double rewards has a chance to occur on every activity completion.
  2. Double rewards percentage bonuses from attributes is calculated.
  3. The double rewards percentage chance is rolled to see if it occurs on this action.

Example with No Double Rewards Percentage

If we want to go Lake Fishing with no equipment, and we complete a fishing action.

  1. Lake Fishing has two drop tables one for fish and another for a fishing chest.
  2. We have no equipment, so we have no double rewards percentage.
    • Double rewards percentage = 0.00
  3. Our 0.00 double rewards odds gives us a 0% chance per action completed.
    • We will not get any double rewards.
    • We receive one fish loot table roll and one fishing chest roll as normal.

Example with a Double Rewards Bonus

If we want to go Lake Fishing with a Fishing Lure, and we complete a fishing action.

  1. Lake Fishing has two drop tables one for fish and another for a fishing chest.
  2. Fishing lure gives 10% bonus to double rewards
    • Double rewards percentage = 0.10
  3. Our 0.10 double rewards odds gives us a 10% chance per action completed.
    • We roll for double rewards on the fish loot table and get it. We receive two Raw Carp instead of one as it has a 100% drop chance at low level.
    • We roll for double rewards on the chest loot table and get it. We do the first chest roll according to Chest Finding (Mechanics) but don't happen to receive a fishing chest, we do the second chest roll and receive a Fishing Chest.

Note that each loot table is rolled twice but each roll is independent for what loot you receive. This is very similar to the Double Action (Mechanics) but only gives the second loot table roll. They can work well together though. Double action gives twice the chance for double rewards to occur so in rare chances you can have four loot rolls from one completed action.


This page has been updated to reflect information in game version 0.2.0-beta+292 "The Achievements Update".