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8-29-2011 @ 3:42PM
does reducing the amount of XP needed for 71-80 mean that the jump from 80-81 will be increased, or are the 81-85 levels reduced accordingly to keep the same amount of XP needed?
8-29-2011 @ 3:44PM
I would love some info or breakdown on this as well.
8-29-2011 @ 4:22PM
Looking too much into it yo. Nothing else would be lowered, they would just increase the xp gain with completing quests in the area. Or if they decide to lower the xp needed to gain those levels, that would not effect the levels afterwards.
8-29-2011 @ 5:55PM
That was the first thing that occurred to me, as well.murmaiderxx, what you're saying doesn't make sense, mathematically. If they raise the XP granted for each quest, that would work, but that's not what he said. If they lower the XP required to hit those levels, then that leaves an XP gap that must be made up after level 80, unless they also lower the XP requirements for levels 80-85.I don't remember the actual numbers, but think of it this way, if you have to reach 2,000,000 XP to hit level 81, and you have 1,000,000 XP at level 80, then you have to gain 1,000,000 to get to 81. But if they reduce the amount of XP necessary from 71-80, then you will have (let's say) 700,000 XP at level 80. So to get to 81, you now need 1,300,000. It lowers the climb to 80, but lengthens the climb to 81.So that justifiably raises the question - will they also lower the amount of XP needed to reach levels 81-85.
8-29-2011 @ 7:10PM
Whenever you gain a level, your experiance bar is resetted to zero ( null, 0 ), and your top end bar for your next level is incresed.Taken the example above: Level 79-80 = 1.000.000 expLevel 80-81 = 2.000.000 expLevels 70-80 are reduced by 30% exp each (NB: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE!!!).Level 79-80 after patch = (1.000.000-30%) = 700.000 expLevel 80-81 after patch = 2.000.000 expAgain, at every level you start from 0 and have to work your way to the top, be it 400 exp or 9.000.000 exp.You can test this by makeing a new alt and look at his/her exp after you reach lvl two.
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