The displayed chance of success is categorically, factually, beyond luck - false. I don't mind failing PEN 50 times at 2% because it's a 2% chance of success. If you are honest about it, great. I do however have a problem with displaying a chance of success that is intentionally deceptive and provably false. I have failed with 36 Tungrad Earrings all with a displayed chance of success of 70-80%. I haven't even gotten a DUO out of that. For the sake of math simplicity and giving KK even more benefit of the doubt, let's pretend that the displayed chance of success was 50%, making it a coin toss. The probability of flipping heads 18 times in a row is 1 in 262,144. In actuality the displayed chance of success was always 71% or higher, so that makes the probability of the displayed chance of success being correct way more astronomical than 1 in 262k. It is almost mathematically impossible that the displayed chance of success is correct. 36 Tungrad Earrings is not "bad RNG", 18 fails in a row of "80%" is not bad luck - it's fake. There's a hidden real chance of success that has got to be closer to 10% than 80%. And that is really frustrating. Thank you for coming to my Tilt Talk. It's just one of the moments where I have to stop and consider if I can keep playing this game, and I just had to vent my frustrations.