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  • Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

    So I thought I'd try and clear up this preconceived notion that levels mean anything...

    Levels really don't mean much until you surpass the sum of your lt stats from level up points. With 5 max 9* epics that'll be roughly 8450sp in order to have the same sp from levels alone you would have to be level 1650

    With 5 max 9* commons the stat total is 975 and so your level will start to mean something at level 195.

    These are examples and are examples most people can't do yet but it illustrates that levels are not as important as we think they.

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    Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

    Originally posted by Voodoo jester View Post
    So I thought I'd try and clear up this preconceived notion that levels mean anything...

    Levels really don't mean much until you surpass the sum of your lt stats from level up points. With 5 max 9* epics that'll be roughly 8450sp in order to have the same sp from levels alone you would have to be level 1650

    With 5 max 9* commons the stat total is 975 and so your level will start to mean something at level 195.

    These are examples and are examples most people can't do yet but it illustrates that levels are not as important as we think they.
    Do you know how hard it is to get a level 9 common, let alone 5 of them?? It would be raiser just to level up.
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    • #3
      Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

      Originally posted by Shane View Post
      Do you know how hard it is to get a level 9 common, let alone 5 of them?? It would be raiser just to level up.
      Yeah I'm just illustrating a point though Shane. your level is only good if your stats outweigh the sum of your lts (should include hear but they are so small)

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        Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

        Deeeeeeep.
        I don't do sigs.

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          Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

          Nice points VooDoo. I have seen scenarios like: 800 level player with 3* epics in all inner circle loose battles against 500 level player with 6* rares in all of inner circle.

          A player's level doesn't really tell a player's strength. Players like DB, Ruger and Plat are some exceptions to weak high levels, these guys are highest levels in game and they have 6* epics as well. They are super strong and high levels.

          Some high levels are truly strong courtesy of BSI, High star epic/rare lieutenants, Gear for War, etc and some high levels are very weak as well.

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            Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

            Very true about the lts. I keep losing to guys with crappy base stats but high epics or starred lts
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            • #7
              Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

              Originally posted by chelsea View Post
              Nice points VooDoo. I have seen scenarios like: 800 level player with 3* epics in all inner circle loose battles against 500 level player with 6* rares in all of inner circle.

              A player's level doesn't really tell a player's strength. Players like DB, Ruger and Plat are some exceptions to weak high levels, these guys are highest levels in game and they have 6* epics as well. They are super strong and high levels.

              Some high levels are truly strong courtesy of BSI, High star epic/rare lieutenants, Gear for War, etc and some high levels are very weak as well.

              We call levels without back up fluff balls.


              I remember a few I use to beat who where 100 levels above me. Oh well now I have no targets. Lonely at the top I say.
              Ruger

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                Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                Originally posted by Mist View Post
                Very true about the lts. I keep losing to guys with crappy base stats but high epics or starred lts
                Intredasting.
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                • #9
                  Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                  Originally posted by Each It And I View Post
                  Intredasting.
                  Stay away from my shiny badge buddy. I am not that weak yet (crosses fingers) stupid epics. May be I should change my sig to chests are evil.
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                    Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                    Originally posted by Thc Scientific View Post
                    We call levels without back up fluff balls.


                    I remember a few I use to beat who where 100 levels above me. Oh well now I have no targets. Lonely at the top I say.
                    *kick👠💢* I'm a fluff ball...so u be nice. *😥😥😥*

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                      Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                      It all makes a difference in my opinion. LTs cost to *up. Lvls cost. The only real diff is what u do with ur sp. are u willing to spend more by holding off on stam and energy? Do you want a lot of health for eve battles? Or do you want to focus on att or defense?

                      I personally find the "fluff balls" (nice one ruger) are best identified by their epic lt *'s. I tend to hit them first because I find they have much lower tbsi. If someone is 200 lvls higher and they only have 2* epics I assume there is a reason they don't have more. More often than not my theory is proven right in my experience.

                      So I see jesters math is correct, but just like in economics u need to consider the human factor of what types of players go for high * LTs too.

                      BBB
                      The COMMISSION

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                        Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                        Originally posted by BBB View Post
                        It all makes a difference in my opinion. LTs cost to *up. Lvls cost. The only real diff is what u do with ur sp. are u willing to spend more by holding off on stam and energy? Do you want a lot of health for eve battles? Or do you want to focus on att or defense?

                        I personally find the "fluff balls" (nice one ruger) are best identified by their epic lt *'s. I tend to hit them first because I find they have much lower tbsi. If someone is 200 lvls higher and they only have 2* epics I assume there is a reason they don't have more. More often than not my theory is proven right in my experience.

                        So I see jesters math is correct, but just like in economics u need to consider the human factor of what types of players go for high * LTs too.

                        BBB
                        The COMMISSION
                        Thanks bbb... My purpose behind this is to illustrate that levels while they are important they are not the end all be all that people believe

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                          Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                          Definitely jester. U da man. I'm not gonna name names but on the last 3 days I've bounced over lvl 1000, 900, and 700. I'm lvl 518.

                          Lvl is def not everything for sure, but Lisa is still awesome even if she's a fluff ball. Lol

                          BBB
                          The commission

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                          • #14
                            Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                            This was kinda why I started fight club to be honest. Expose the fluff!

                            BBB
                            The commission

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                              Re: Preconceived notion that levels mean anything

                              I have a 2.76 BSI.... Go ahead and Duel me (not war). I am in chosen ARCH..... Just a fluffy ball of fluffy fluff here

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