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# How do you find an item you've lost?

Call the last place you had the item if it was lost outside your home. Review every place you've been to today and think of the last place you remember having the item. Call them and ask to see if it's been turned in or found. If not, call the other places you were at.

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How much does it cost to 6 link an item PoE?

A test involving 100 000 Orb of Fusings concluded that an average of 1000 Orb of Fusings are needed to six-link a 20% qualitied item with a 95% confidence interval. There is a chance to six-link within 1500 Orbs of Fusing.

### Correspondingly, how do you find a lost object?

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### How do you play the 21 questions game?

Someone volunteers or a person is randomly chosen to be the first person to answer the 21 questions. The rest of the group takes turns asking that person a total of 21 questions. Your group can choose whether follow questions to their answers count towards the 21 questions total. How do you guess in 20 questions? The premise of the game is simple: One person, called the "answerer," thinks of an object. The other player - the "questioner" - asks up to 20 yes-or-no questions in order to determine what object the answerer is thinking about. If the questioner guesses correctly within 20 questions, they win.

What is the luckiest item in the world?

What do you think is lucky? Ireland and its shamrocks remain synonymous with good fortune, but the idea of a particular object bestowing positive karma upon its owner isn't unique to the country. There is a rabbit's foot. The fish scales. There are scars. There are animals. There are swastikas. There are evil eye beads. The color is red.

### Also, is it 20 questions or 21 questions?

Although 21 Questions was based on 20 questions, the two are very different. In 20 Questions, people take turns asking questions to guess what a single object is. In 21 Questions, people ask questions to get to know a person better.

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