Then everything else said is completely pointless, as how many hours lost isn’t even an issue. Moot point. If you don’t care about efficiency it’s pointless commenting about how to maximize efficiency, surely?
If you aren’t in a position to maximize your efficiency either, then again commenting about how to maximize efficiency is pointless.
You have to assume that the person is in a position to maximize their efficiency or there’s nothing to debate. All that is left otherwise is ‘the person does what they can when they can’.
This is kinda nuts considering that you go on to argue that you shouldn’t have to have a dependable schedule that makes logging in at the exact same time every day of the week possible.
Yet here, you happily rely on that as an option for your ever dependable Biology 4 user while going on to invent a series of mishaps and pitfalls that prevents the Biology 5 user doing the same.
One rule for 4, another for 5.
You will always lose 5 hours you mean. I think you have it confused. You cannot have an optimal time with 4. Only whatever time you happen to log in at, no matter how many hours that loses you.
With 5 you can have an optimal time, not with 4. It’s impossible with 4.
5 also has the greater flexibility, in that you can miss your optimal and still lose many hours less than you would with 4. With 4, you will always lose many hours eventually. 5 (and indeed 1) are the only choices that give you the option to avoid loss completely, unless you are free to log in 24/7 as 4 dictates.
If as above, it’s of no importance how many hours you lose, then again, this is all moot
It literally doesn’t matter what level of Biology you are at or what time of day you consume at if you don’t care how many hours of boosted training time you lose.
Anyway, to break the lost hours down further, again, you said:
but the important part is that at this point you have already lost 5 hours with Biology 4.
Mistake number 1 on your part and yet still you have only lost 1 hour with Biology 5 compared to 5 hours with 4.
Mistake number 2 on your part, and still you have only lost 2 hours with Biology 5 compared to 5 hours with 4.
Biology 5 is still better by 3 hours at this point.
This is where it gets kinda silly.
We are up to 3 mishaps in order for 4 to beat 5.
This time, 4 beats 5 because the person completely forgot to log on for an entire night.
This is like arguing that you are faster at running than me because you won a race that I wasn’t in.
Your Biology 5 user can’t even get online to consume their booster, while your Biology 4 one always can? I’ve seen some biased comments before but this one takes the cake, lmao.
This is a person who 3 times in a row couldn’t manage to get online to consume a booster in a 6 hour window every 2 days. Who is this person? What’s wrong with them?
Inventing various scenarios that prevent a person taking a booster in an attempt to prove a point seems a bit desperate to me.
Had you considered throwing getting run over by a bus into the equation?
If you have to invent a character that sounds like they would not even be able to tie their own shoelaces to support it being better to stick with 4 then I think you are trying a little too hard.
The issue with 5 is the training time, not being some sort of Laurel and Hardy character that falls off ladders on their way to consuming a booster.