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  • How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

    Before I commit- I know my math sucks- how much FP need to achieve 18000 bullets? I have my alarm set also so token are never full thanks

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    Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

    Not my math, but it seems accurate. Below is considering you gain bullets only by hitting (3 per win, 2 per loose). Indeed bounces seem to not award bullets (at least in this moment).

    Intriguing question. Here's how I'd work it out:
    1) event duration is 12daysx24hrs=288hrs
    2) each hour is worth 12 tokens (regen 5min per)
    3) total event tokens then is 288hrs x 12tokens = 3,456 tokens
    4) if every single token were a win, that would be 3,456 x 3 points = 10,368

    So no, cannot reach 18,000 without spending.

    The gap of roughly 8,000 points would cost how much to buy?
    1) 8,000/3 = 2,667 tokens (at 100% wins)
    2) 2,667/60 = 45 refills
    3) 45 refills x 20FP = 900FP

    900FP costs
    $100 VIP = 715FP
    $20 Magnum = 137FP
    $10 Victory = 66FP
    So $130 for 918FP

    $130 minimum to reach 18,000 points.

    I think the initial 60 tokens are missed. When the server acted funky. But the final result is not influenced a lot anyway.
    Last edited by alexian; 10-26-2014, 06:50 AM.
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      Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

      I had the math at 1250FP, winning 3/4 of all fights, including the 60 tokens at the start.

      I forget what the number was with 8 hours of sleep, but I think around 1600FP.

      So, at best Alexian's example gets you an epic. At worst my examples get your an epic.

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      • #4
        Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

        That's over 10 crate rolls with your math I can have 30 lieutenants. You think it's worth it for the event?

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        • #5
          Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

          Thanks for this threat, that was an eye opener. I thought it was obtainable but that kind of money is absurd. I have bought some FP packs and thought it was sufficient but clearly it isn't lol.... I guess I'm out of this event then......

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          • #6
            Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

            Well, in this game, 1 epic from crates is around $100. this being an exclusive lt and you will not have another chance to get him probably he is worth it. Ofcourse only AFTER they announce his bonus. But you have to decide for yourself how much is your spending budget for this game and if you want him knowing his price.
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            • #7
              Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

              1.6 epics from crates, and you'll get two from this event.

              But with crates you end up with over 30 other lieutenants.

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              • #8
                Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                I'm pretty sure that they accidently added a extra 0 at the end.




                Nope, money drives event event around, and this one is the part where they get the extra money.
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                • #9
                  Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                  I am still maintaining Platnum 5 somehow without spending any money thus far with 3,000 bullet's. I plan to spend around $100 on Thursday (the 30th) but I am trying to see what I can achieve without spending money until then.

                  After getting a bit more of an understanding of this event I think the only thing unreachable for the lower levels/not pvp based players is the belt... other than that UE has actually made it easy to achieve a Midas and Baron.... so I'm going to try and go for them and be content with it. =]
                  Last edited by RoboCop; 10-27-2014, 10:50 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                    The 900-1250FP figure seems a bit extreme, even for a business ( who's goal is to make money btw), it says you get 3 casings on vitory and 2 on defeat. My question is, does this include when you get attacked? If so, that would make a huge difference.

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                    • #11
                      Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                      When you are attacked it does not add points to bullet casings at least on losses. I wrote down a number and waited for an attack...about 5 minutes for my level and tier.

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                      • #12
                        Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                        You do not get bullets when you bounce attacks against you.
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                          Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                          If u need fp for a participation prize then I think pa needs to check its meaning of "participation". It should instead have been the player willing to spend money prize.

                          Think it's about 130 odd $$ if all tokens are used for wins.
                          Last edited by Mist; 10-27-2014, 06:22 PM. Reason: wrote fp instead of 130$$
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                            Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                            Originally posted by Mist View Post
                            If u need fp for a participation prize then I think pa needs to check its meaning of "participation". It should instead have been the player willing to spend money prize.

                            Think it's about 130 odd fp if all tokens are used for wins. Practically though should be in the Vip fp range.
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                              Re: How much FP needed to achieve participation prize

                              Originally posted by Mist View Post
                              If u need fp for a participation prize then I think pa needs to check its meaning of "participation". It should instead have been the player willing to spend money prize.

                              Think it's about 130 odd fp if all tokens are used for wins. Practically though should be in the Vip fp range.
                              No way, Misty ol pal. It's $130-$150 worth of FP. The formula at the top is correct.
                              That's also assuming you don't sleep more than 5 hours at a time therefore losing tokens due to "overflow". In which case, it will be more $$$
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