Albeit I have a small sample size but I’ll be gladly to run anyone’s numbers as long you provide me with a full recording of your fusing for any dino! I would like to know the answer as well to the infamous fusing tricks used to obtain higher than average fusing if it is really true.
So take it or leave it but here are my personal data analysis I decided to do on the fusing of Spinotasuchus from 29 to 30 which took 54min26sec and I had to watch it again lol:
For Spinotasuchus (L):
Fuse total 2530, Avg Fuse on Spinotasuchus = 20.91 with 121 fuses, Standard Deviation = 14.2, CV = 67.9, Median 20, Mode 10, 66.9% of fuses are 10-20 (81), 26.4% are 30-40 (32), 5% are 50-60 (6), 1.7% are above 60 (2)
For Spinotahraptor (E) used for the above:
Fuse total 5880, Avg Fuse on Spinotahraptor = 22.11 with 266 fuses, Standard Deviation = 14.2, CV = 64.3, Median 20, Mode 10, 65.4% of fuses are 10-20 (174), 27.1% are 30-40 (72), 5.6% are 50-60 (15), 1.9% are above 60 (5)
So what do you get from all of that above? Expect an average little over 20 or just use 20 like me per fuse! lol. You will see numbers higher yes but that’s statistics/AI doing its thing. The bulk of your fuses will consist of 10/20s all day every day!
I basically convinced myself those tricks don’t work! Anyone has numbers or math to disprove? I’m all ears because if you can’t disprove something then it has to be true right? That’s how laws are developed!
P.S. If you must know:
It took 13,300 Utahraptor/Spinosaurus DNA, and 24,200 Kaprosuchus DNA
Coins = 50,800