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Test of the Funerary Temple/Bastet
|Main Shard||Bastet||T5 Beta|
|Demonstrated by Ari in Saqq on 7/9/2010.|
Construct a glorious Temple to entice the dead to visit earth. Only the finest will pass the Test of the Funerary Temple.
To open the Test of Funerary Temple, you'll need:
- 77 Any Dark color Raeli Tiles
- 77 Any Light color Raeli Tiles
- 77 Black Raeli Tiles
- 77 White Raeli Tiles
- 1 Sheet Glass
- 1 Gold
- 1 Silver
- 1 Concrete
- 1 Mirror
- 600 Boards
- 250 Concrete
- 100 Cut Stones
- 5000 Firebricks
- 40 Gold
- 50 Iron Bars
- 4 Mirrors
- 16 Sheet Glass
- 200 Silver
Built in a Small Construction Site. A Funerary Temple can be repositioned just one time using the Utility menu.
Each week, the Funerary Temple with the highest Glory rating passes the test.
Your temple gains glory when you add Raeli Tiles to it. Although you can add tiles to your temple at any time, you can never remove them. Additionally, your temple can never be reset.
Once tiles are added to the Funerary Temple, it will grow significantly in size:
Glory is calculated individually for each type of tile, then added. More tiles of the same type increase your glory, but there are diminishing returns: for example, 343 tiles of the same color only give twice the glory of 7 tiles. So to maximize the glory of your temple, you should try to have many different colors. See the table below.
|Tiles of the same color||1||2||7||14||49||98||343||686||2401||4802||16807||33614||117649|
|Glory for that color||100||135||200||235||300||335||400||435||500||535||600||635||700|
In general, N tiles of one color give 100*(1+log7(N)) points for that color.
Or, if you don't have log7 on your calculator: 100*(1+log(N)/log(7)).
The glory value is rounded down to the nearest integer after summing up all individual colors (e.g. even though 2 of 1 color will give you 135, and 8 of another will give you 206, combined they will give you 342, since their fractional components still get added before rounding down for the final score).