The cooperative championship

A new feature to the game is the cooperative championship. When this event runs,Cooperative competitions you and your co-op should gather as many RP from missions as possible to get nice rewards. This post will explain what the championship menu looks like and which prizes you can get. The event usually runs for about 5 to 7 days and a countdown will show it is up and coming two days in advance.

The first tab of the championship shows you which prizes you can get by the collective gathering of RP. Everybody in the co-op that is online at least once when the event runs will get these prizes. They are the following:

  • 3000 RP: 10 certificates
  • 7000 RP: 1x rose seeds
  • 18,000 RP: 3 fly collectibles
  • 39,000 RP: 15 certificates
  • 72,000 RP: 1x tools
  • 117,000 RP: 50 premium chicken feed
  • 175,000 RP: 20 register collectibles
  • 249,000 RP: 22 certificates
  • 338,000 RP: 1 mystery box
  • 445,000 RP: 1 seesaw decoration
  • 569,000 RP: 30 premium pig feed
  • 712,000 RP: 4 business card collectibles
  • 874,000 RP: 40 certificates
  • 1,057,000 RP: 5 rose seeds
  • 1,260,000 RP: 2x tools
  • 1,485,000 RP: 55 tractor collectibles
  • 1,733,000 RP: 45 container collectibles
  • 2,004,000 RP: 2 tokens (spin coins)
  • 2,299,000 RP: 75 certificates
  • 2,619,000 RP: 1 wooden wagon decoration
  • 2,963,000 RP: 1x sunflower seeds
  • 3,334,000 RP: 7 premium humus
  • 3,730,000 RP: 22 manpower collectibles
  • 4,154,000 RP: 20 premium cow feed
  • 4,605,000 RP: 3 tools
  • 5,085,000 RP: 120 register collectibles
  • 5,593,000 RP: 2 lunch box collectibles
  • 6,130,000 RP: 5 mystery boxes
  • 6,697,000 RP: 130 certificates
  • 7,295,000 RP: 1 may pole decoration
  • 7,923,000 RP: 1 transporter collectible
  • 8,582,000 RP: 300 super chicken feed
  • 9,274,000 RP: 20 business card collectibles
  • 9,997,000 RP: 5 super humus
  • 10,882,000 RP: 5 tools
  • 11,823,000 RP: 5 tokens (spin coins)
  • 12,822,000 RP: 19 rose seeds
  • 13,820,000 RP: 200 certificates
  • 14,949,000 RP: 45 premium fertilizer
  • 16,134,000 RP: 1 blue tractor decoration
  • 17,323,000 RP: 200 super pig feed
  • 18,644,000 RP: 25 rose seeds
  • 20,039,000 RP: 110 teamwork collectibles
  • 21,430,000 RP: 8 super humus
  • 22,978,000 RP: 9 tools
  • 24,610,000 RP: 320 certificates
  • 26,329,000 RP: 4 sunflower seeds
  • 28,031,000 RP: 6 lunch box collectibles
  • 29,800,000 RP: 12 tokens (spin coins)
  • 31,787,000 RP: Trophy of solidarity decoration

The second and third tab in the menu are ranking tabs. The second tab shows the co-op rankings. The number 1 co-op gets a special apple orchard that yields more apples and the numbers 2-10 will get a special cherry tree that yields more cherries. The third tab shows the co-op’s internal rankings so you can see how much your members have contributed to the whole. The members will also get seaweed booster rewards based on their place in the internal rankings (rank 1 gets 150 feed and ranks 2-3 get 3 humus).

Finally the last tab shows boosters. Boosters are RP boosts that can be activated by the co-op  management (leader and deputies). There are 2 dollar boosters and 2 gold boosters. The boosters are paid from the co-op accounts. All boosters give 15% extra RP for a certain amount of time. You can stack a certain booster up to 5 times at once, which increases its time. If you stack dollar booster 1, you add 1 hour each time you buy it. After you bought the maximum amount, you need to wait for the time to run out before you can purchase the booster again. You can also start 2 different boosters at the same time, by which you can stack the boost you get. If you use dollar booster 1 and 2 simultaneously, you get 30% extra RP as long as they both run.

A nice fact is that booster number 1 is a bit cheaper than booster number 2, even if you compare them with similar running times. (4,595,400/3,33=1,380,000 -> booster 1 costs 1,375,400 -> 1 hour running time). The more often you use each booster, the bigger the price difference is if you compare them with similar times (1,375,400*3,33=4,580,082 -> booster 2 costs 4,595,400 -> 3 hours and 20 mins running time|1,375,400*10=13,754,000 -> 4,595,400*3=13,786,200 -> 10 hours running time).

Do note: the cost of the boosters is dependent from the amount of members the co-op has (not the amount of seats, the amount of members you actually have)! The more members, the more expensive they are. The calculation above is based on a co-op with 46 members. 

Based on this information, there are formulas through which the booster cost for your co-op can be determined. There are also formulas to calculate how much dollars and or gold you will be spending on each booster throughout the event if you want to run them back to back:

Dollar cost booster one: n * 29900 | Full cost booster: (n * 29900) * t

Dollar cost booster two: n * 99900 | Full cost booster: (n * 99900) * (t : 3.33)

Gold cost booster one: n * 299 | Full cost booster: (n * 299) * t

Gold cost booster two: n * 999 | Full cost booster: (n * 999) * (t : 3.33)

n = the amount of co-op members you have in your co-op at the moment of calculation

t = the amount of time the event will run in hours (total time or time left at the moment of calculation) – in February the championship ran for 154 hours total

 

Cooperative competitions boosters

Hoping to have informed enough about this feature,

The Larino cooperative

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