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10-08-2007 @ 2:19PM
%15 per level and %15 off the whole aren't necessarily identical. Since the EXP curve is logarithmic, taking %15 off L20 is a meaningless amount of xp. Taking %15 off L60 is a massive amount comparitively. So, if they're taking %15 off the whole but applying the majority of that %15 to the last 10-20 levels, you're getting a much bigger benefit than if they apply %15 per level. Ultimately it may end up being the exact same number at the end, but the application of the number is a very significant and non-identical thing. After all, %15 off L60 is the entire amount of XP you need for L20 and some. There's basically one million XP (roughly) from 20-40, and 3 million left once you hit 40. To say that the application of this XP gain would be better suited to take %15 off the total but apply it more to the later levels is an understatement. If it's just a flat %15 per level, that's not going to be nearly as good but still a welcome change. (it's basically having a day's worth of rested XP every level, on top of your rested xp).http://wow.allakhazam.com/db/guides.html?guide=362check out this chart to see what I mean.
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