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  • I'm kind of confused about the 2nd table ("Dive Locations") on the submarine page:

    Does this mean that you are 'guaranteed' to get a sub dive site when you upgrade your radar then unlock that specific region?  I recently upgraded my radar to level 18 and unlocked the 2M region and had a 1500m dive site show up (at that point I already had 3 sites, and this meant I now had 4.)


    Thanks!

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    • Exactly. When you clear the clouds, you discover the dive site for the first time. Once you expend the dives there, it can respawn later.

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    • One thing that I just want to know: what if there are two clouds with the same unlock cost that matches the cost of the Dive Location?

      Like, as in, I have 2 clouds that each cost 600K, and only one cloud gives that Dive Location?

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    • I do not think I quite understand your question. The dive spot can only be in one place. Finding a dive spot does not delete other ones.

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    • Okay, so I'm going to put this into a real practical situation. Coming from a fully explored Radar 15, I upgraded Radar to 16 some time ago.

      Costs to uncover clouds were either 800K, 1.1M or 1.5M. The data table in the Submarine page states that the cost to uncover the region with the dive spot is 1.1M, but there's quite a few 1.1M clouds to uncover. Earlier today, I picked the cloud with the sub dive spot, and that leaves me with one 1.1M cloud left. So when I remove the one 1.1M cloud I have left do I find another dive spot?

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    • No, you do not find a dive spot for every 1.1m cloud. A dive spot cannot exist in more than one place.

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    • Well a dive spot i discovered was from a cloud that costed 1.4m do uncover and it showed a spot with max dive depth at 1280 , while the table says that a max dive depth equals a region that costs 800k to uncover.

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    • 1280 is not the max possible depth of that dive spot. All the maximums are multiples of 100. Look at the bar on the left side of the screen while viewing the dives. The lowest depth displayed on that bar is the the deepest dive that could be at that dive spot. The actual depths of the dives are random for that spot. It is unlikely to get the actual max.

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    • I think the difference there (e.g. max dive depth of 1280) is just the 'luck of the draw'  That is, you might have had a deeper theoretical maximum, though the specific dives for that site were shallow.  For example, I uncovered a site via the radar with a maximum depth of 1500 per the table, but the deepest dive that I could do on that site was 1240 (or something like that.)  Just got unlucky as to the specific dives that spawned.

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    • 164.236.0.11 wrote: I think the difference there (e.g. max dive depth of 1280) is just the 'luck of the draw'  That is, you might have had a deeper theoretical maximum, though the specific dives for that site were shallow.  For example, I uncovered a site via the radar with a maximum depth of 1500 per the table, but the deepest dive that I could do on that site was 1240 (or something like that.)  Just got unlucky as to the specific dives that spawned.

      Exactly right. That is a different way of saying what I said.

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