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  • Re: Powerleveling Guide

    I got to 100 allies before level 100, just to simply ward off any passing glances. I notice a lot of people just look at ally count when trying to find an easy target for wars. Granted it wont stop anyone who actually takes time to look at a character before they attack but it slows some down.
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      Originally posted by s0fr3shh View Post
      I'd agree with this if you just have some attack/def as a powerleveler. But this guide suggests that you keep it at 1/1 until you're done with 2k/1k en/stam. Even with 500 allies, that's 500 times ~2, which is 1000 stats for war. For someone with even 50 allies, they only need 20 base stats to be of equivalent base strength for war, and for anyone over level...10, 20 attk/def isn't very hard to beat. War would NOT be the preferred option, only dueling after you've reached a certain amount of LTs.
      you would think so, but during the last event i managed to find quite a few people to beat with war. actually had better luck with it than duel. i was probably around level 100 at the time, but i don't remember.

      Originally posted by s0fr3shh View Post
      It's also been my experience that most powerlevelers will get to 500 allies much, much slower than BSI build players. This is just due to the simple assumption that they don't care about PvP early on, so having any number of allies neither helps or hinders them, because their record early on doesn't seem to phase them at all...
      i deviated a bit from the guide. i raced up to 500 allies and got a few battle ranks for the SP. the more SP early, the better.

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      • Re: Powerleveling Guide

        I got my 500 allies before hitting level 30. It was fun watching people bounce off of me for a while. Ow that I'm approaching 80, they can beat me down pretty good. That is fine for now, I am going to maintain the dedication until I get my energy and stamina up to close to those levels. The only deviation that I will do, is that I am going to raise both up at the same time. I am finding that once I level up and burn it all down, I am getting further and further away from the next level and have to wait longer and longer to recharge for the next level. If this is becoming an issue below 80, it will then become a major problem around 200.

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        • Re: Powerleveling Guide

          Originally posted by Dr death View Post
          I got my 500 allies before hitting level 30. It was fun watching people bounce off of me for a while. Ow that I'm approaching 80, they can beat me down pretty good. That is fine for now, I am going to maintain the dedication until I get my energy and stamina up to close to those levels. The only deviation that I will do, is that I am going to raise both up at the same time. I am finding that once I level up and burn it all down, I am getting further and further away from the next level and have to wait longer and longer to recharge for the next level. If this is becoming an issue below 80, it will then become a major problem around 200.
          Raising both at the same time would make it essentially the same leveling speed, but would make it slower in finishing starring the jobs and collecting LTs (especially in light of LT fusion). Just a heads up.
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          • Re: Powerleveling Guide

            As s0fr3shh said, it would be better to go energy first. The SP from 5 starring jobs will actually make it faster. Im @ 225 now and a full energy dump gets me pretty close to level
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              Yea if you follow Each it Aand I's guide, you won't see the dividends being payed off until your energy is around 800-900! Then you'll notice that you can star up jobs quickly, one energy refill will make you level, getting LT's starred up. Currently I'm a level 296, and my energy is 1351. Started Powerleveling a month ago, and now I have Blink/Hector 4*, Caine 3*, Kate is missing a copy to be 4*. Halfway done with 5* Russia, then it's off to Hong Kong, and challenges

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              • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                So still think Westside is the best now that Fusion is available?
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                  My level 97 with 622 Energy gets me within 300 points, so I leveling almost 3 times a day now. It has slowed down a bit, but I am almost done 5 staring my 4th area, Westside I am beginning to open up, I had extra cash and want to start buying the toys needed. I have done the secret jobs. I am remaining true to it. It is nice to level and then collect 3 more stars from jobs completed. I need a Barron and a Scarlet for this Energy build. I'm only spending on the promo packs that I see every week (they give you a chance to buy all of the promos that have been offered already).

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                  • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                    So still think Westside is the best now that Fusion is available?
                    Yes because it's the lowest costing dice job that has a rare and two uncommons. I now plan on going with it until Kate is 9 starred. Once Blink and Hector are 9 starred, I'll use the extras towards combining and fusing with a monthly favor LT that I really like. After that its all Hong Kong unless something better comes out.
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                    Phase 3:
                    Level- 1010
                    Energy- 2000
                    Stamina- 1000
                    BSI- 3.01

                    Powerleveling Guide:
                    http://underworldempireforums.com/sh...leveling-Guide

                    Dice Missions:
                    http://underworldempireforums.com/sh...-Dice-missions

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                    • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                      OK that's what I thought. I'm almost done 5 starring Hong Kong so I wanted to make sure before I dove into it. Thanks again Each
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                        Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                        OK that's what I thought. I'm almost done 5 starring Hong Kong so I wanted to make sure before I dove into it. Thanks again Each
                        Np, I definitely won't be mixing it up with dice jobs with the rate that they're adding new job Areas. Even with 2000 energy it's hard to keep up with them to where you can spend alot if time on A Dice job.
                        Each It And I- B5DBB9
                        Mist Knights

                        Phase 3:
                        Level- 1010
                        Energy- 2000
                        Stamina- 1000
                        BSI- 3.01

                        Powerleveling Guide:
                        http://underworldempireforums.com/sh...leveling-Guide

                        Dice Missions:
                        http://underworldempireforums.com/sh...-Dice-missions

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                        • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                          Originally posted by Each It And I View Post
                          Np, I definitely won't be mixing it up with dice jobs with the rate that they're adding new job Areas. Even with 2000 energy it's hard to keep up with them to where you can spend alot if time on A Dice job.
                          I've start on the HK Dice, I must say dragon lee is pretty awesome, up to 3*

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                          • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                            Originally posted by itzthereality View Post
                            I've start on the HK Dice, I must say dragon lee is pretty awesome, up to 3*
                            What a waste. Slightly better than Fox for double the energy spent, well invested.
                            Last edited by s0fr3shh; 08-24-2013, 08:09 PM.
                            Why so cereal?!
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                            • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                              Originally posted by s0fr3shh View Post
                              What a waste. Slightly better than Fox for double the energy spent, well invested.
                              Slightly better?

                              Last I checked, 3* Fox was +9 attack, while Dragon Lee is + 16

                              Slightly is not the word I would be using sir. That's a big difference.

                              And going to the 4* level, Fox is only 11, to lees 20.

                              Just sayin.
                              Last edited by itzthereality; 08-24-2013, 08:23 PM.

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                              • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                                are his base stats balanced or does he favor att or def?
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