*subject to rounding errors **top method for each number of cards is all possible enhances used ***also assumes max enhance coefficient is 2.5
deduced recommendations: 1. if you are planning on using the card at all, at least enhance at tier 3 2. don't worry about enhancing at tier 1 3. you can get more out of less cards by effectively and efficiently using max enhances 4. if you can, get that 5th card. this enables the usage of 4 max enhances at tier 2 instead of only 2 possible when you only have 4 cards. 5. also try to get that 6th card. this allows your tier 3 to be composed of two ++s. this means they are both 1.4xbase instead of one of them being 1.2xbase (the + in the 5 card method) or 1.0xbase (the basic in the 4 card method).