I've been complaining to Kolka about buffing higher AP spots with x10 HP but SAME jewelry price. One example would be Basilisk Belt vs Valtarra Belt Basilisk - 68m per belt | Mirumok - 86m per belt 101k HP per mob | 1.1m HP per mob .03% for belt | .02% for belt So, what is the difference here? the WHITE LOOT. 17.5k per white loot for mirumok 2k per white loot for Basilisk Because the rates are x10+ it ruins the worth of a white loot item because their drop rate is already nearly 100%. 75% -> 750% is just a 25% increase, not 1000% because of the cap at 100% obviously. I believe that buffing the way white loot drops would help the game significantly and bring power BACK to the high tier mobs (250+ AP requirement mobs that have inflated trash loot price) - I've had a talk with Kolka about it, and he says that it would take a very long time (and hurt patches) to change each individual white loot item to be x5+ drop rate. I don't think anyone wants such a hit to the servers updates. BUT, now that drop scrolls are no longer any use to gathering (what we're trying to avoid buffing) I think it's safe to say that editing the drop scroll is one of the quickest ways to buff regular grinding. I'm not sure if its possible, but I suggest that drop scroll is changed to 100% chance at extra drops, and I suggest that the extra drops is x5 (maybe higher) instead of the usual x2 (50% chance). I would also suggest adding the item independently to the Pearl shop (apart from 90D VP) or giving it away for free. Now of course I'm welcome to all suggestions, and we can make this a team effort to actually help buff this. I do understand that some things might be OVER buffed (forest fury, Yona, Party Scrolls are some of the things I can see) I personally thing this would be a HUGE upgrade to the way the game is played. I personally am SICK of hitting rocks all day and I want this game to go back to its grindy nature. I also want it to be an incentive to farm the highest AP spots as a party. - Thank you to everyone who's taken the time to read this. It's something I've been fighting for for the better part of a year.