Posted on 26 July 09 at 09:36, Edited on 20 July 10 at 03:45 by Failure OnlineWhat exactly is odd? Normally with numbers the word "odd" is the opposite of "even." Those would be anything ending in a 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9. In this case, odd will be the equivalent of "uncommon." So, anything that does not end in a 0 or 5 will be considered "odd."TOTAL :: 1G (x23) | 2G (x6) | 3G (x18) | 4G (x13) | 6G (x10) | 7G (x15) | 8G (x23) | 9G (x3) | 11G (x8) | 12G (x14) | 13G (x14) | 14G (x9) | 16G (x12) | 17G (x2) | 18G (x7) | 19G (x3) | 21G (x2) | 22G (x1) | 23G (x1) | 24G (x4) | 26G (x1) | 27G (x1) | 28G (x2) | 32G (x5) | 36G (x9) | 38G (x3) | 42G (x2) | 44G (x1) | 48G (x1) | 49G (x2) | 51G (x1) | 52G (x1) | 56G (x1) | 57G (x2) | 64G (x1) | 68G (x1) | 69G (x1) | 72G (x1) | 76G (x1) | 79G (x1) | 99G (x1) | 321G (x1)If you find any mistakes, or notice that an achievement is missing, please notify me.