I’m trying to get a deeper understaning of how spawn rates work. Maybe some of you already have figured this out:
Say I live in L3 . Not considering globals, during daytime there is chance for five local rare dinos to spawn (Diplo II, Posto, Diplotator, Toujiango, Edmonto), but during night it is only four (Diplotator, Toujiango, Edmonto and Echo). Does this mean, that (given a local rare spawn) the odds for a Toujiango is 1/5 at day but 1/4 at night, and therefore 5% more likely? Or does it stay 1/5 and Echo’s spawn rate is doubled (to account for Diplo II and Postosuchus)? Or does it work totally different?
Note, that of course this is just an example, and similar calculations could be made for all zones/park/global spawns and all rarities (e.g. are Baryonyx and Nodopato twice as frequent during night, since there is no T-Rex and Brachio?)