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  • Re: Powerleveling Guide

    Originally posted by Dr death View Post
    The nice thing is the ability to level easily on 1 refill.
    This.

    As I got grinding on the dice jobs, it was great to see the numbers tumbling after I topped out my energy and stam. And for half the FP it cost my hybrid 1000 energy toon, I was levelling and grinding out stronger and stronger Lts. There's just more room for depth of game in the LSI build. You can do all the BSI can do, but a BSI will never really get to enjoy grinding out Lts in the same way.

    If you like building a toon in a more personal way, go LSI/power leveller.
    If you like hitting people and aren't that fussed about the building side, go BSI.

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      Is it normal to always left with 350xp to next level after E/S dump for LSI?
      how abt you guys out there?
      I'm currently L129 472E 231S 1A 1D

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      • Re: Powerleveling Guide

        Originally posted by 69FC48 View Post
        Is it normal to always left with 350xp to next level after E/S dump for LSI?
        how abt you guys out there?
        I'm currently L129 472E 231S 1A 1D
        Well at level 672, you need initial energy/stamina dump and then still need a refill to get it under 1500XP to level. All in all, it takes almost two full refills to level after initial level up

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        • Re: Powerleveling Guide

          Nearly always get left with some, but that's where Penelope's XP buff can help you a little bit anyway.

          That said, at that point I was popping FP refills like skittles so I just focused on Energy and banged refills

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            I see... I always tot that with efficient E/S allocation can constantly left you with ~300xp to level up... Now i need to realign my expectation...
            been storing up refills though, but wont be using until 2k/1k...
            have to stop Cargo-ing and continue to 5-star the jobs;

            Having item-farming in mind, I'm thinking E/S growth at 2:1 ratio. Or should I just pump to 2k E first?
            Also to drop Penelope to fill up space w 2*R/3*UC...unless she hits higher* with significant XP boost...
            I'm lacking Atk/Def for Boss fight points...

            Any suggestion from build improvement are welcome...
            but all SP will definitely be in E/S only...

            oh ya, pls add me... 20E3A1... 69FC48...

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            • Re: Powerleveling Guide

              Originally posted by BadWolf View Post
              Nearly always get left with some, but that's where Penelope's XP buff can help you a little bit anyway.

              That said, at that point I was popping FP refills like skittles so I just focused on Energy and banged refills
              That works well but I already hav the 500 energy refills achievement! I'm working on the 500 stamina one and still need 225 more stamina refills to get it lol. I mainly stay in RpC's for the chance at that Legendary an Sara! Other than those I need one more Panzer armor, and two Panzer fuels to get that achievement. Still not yet strong enough for Medellin's or above, and I'm not dumb enough to waste 3 refills to max those until I'm much stronger

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              • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                I'm now level 275 and have 200 Energy and 155 Stamina. Should I focus all my points in Stamina or do a 2/1 Stamina/Attack?

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                • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                  Originally posted by Exar0s View Post
                  I'm now level 275 and have 200 Energy and 155 Stamina. Should I focus all my points in Stamina or do a 2/1 Stamina/Attack?
                  It seems like you are trying to build a hybrid! It's really up to you. PowerLevelers focus on energy/stamina at the expense of their attack/defense and overall effectiveness in PvP/EvE. Find out what part of this game that you like the most. Do you like attacking players (PvP), Do you like Empire Wars, Do you like hitting bosses all day? These are important questions to ask yourself

                  One last thing: Do you mind anyone beating you for a year or under (Depending on if you're never going to buy FP or not)? Answer those, and re-ask that question! That's the only way we can give you unbiased advice/tips.

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                  • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                    I am currently level 322 and my stats are 854 energy 255 stamina 538 att 617 def and 201 health. Would I be considered a hybrid? I enjoy doing jobs and EVE I'm not sure what stats to focus on with my toon. Any advice.

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                    • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                      Originally posted by -chad- View Post
                      I am currently level 322 and my stats are 854 energy 255 stamina 538 att 617 def and 201 health. Would I be considered a hybrid? I enjoy doing jobs and EVE I'm not sure what stats to focus on with my toon. Any advice.
                      I'm currently level 184, 1116 energy, 200 energy, 1 att, 1 def and 100 health. I would say your more a hybrid But if that suits you, go with that! If you want t do more jobs, just focus on spending all skill points you get from this point into energy and you will be fine.

                      This guide is working great though, I finished all areas up to Italy with 5stars on every job. Working on getting all jobs in Italy to 5 stars aswell. Got an income over 100k atm. It's working really good for me, considering I've had the account for a month, maybe a month and a week


                      SnakeDoc

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                      • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                        Originally posted by -chad- View Post
                        I am currently level 322 and my stats are 854 energy 255 stamina 538 att 617 def and 201 health. Would I be considered a hybrid? I enjoy doing jobs and EVE I'm not sure what stats to focus on with my toon. Any advice.
                        You're a hybrid. More a BSI leaning Hybrid, but that's a very nice toon you have there. Well to do a lot of jobs (Energy) add more to Energy, and keep adding to attack/defense (EvE). All in all, your stats are very nice now, but you get some benefits if a LSI by having 800 plus energy.

                        Send me your ally code! Very interested in how your toon turns out

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                          Thanks Shai. PMed you the info

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                          • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                            Originally posted by Shai Parks View Post
                            It seems like you are trying to build a hybrid! It's really up to you. PowerLevelers focus on energy/stamina at the expense of their attack/defense and overall effectiveness in PvP/EvE. Find out what part of this game that you like the most. Do you like attacking players (PvP), Do you like Empire Wars, Do you like hitting bosses all day? These are important questions to ask yourself

                            One last thing: Do you mind anyone beating you for a year or under (Depending on if you're never going to buy FP or not)? Answer those, and re-ask that question! That's the only way we can give you unbiased advice/tips.
                            My fault, that was a typo on my post.

                            My energy is 2000, not 200 and I have almost 300 stamina now. I'm aiming for the 2000/1000 build but was wondering if I should drop 1 point in Attack every level up or just save the 1 leftover point for the next level up?

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                              It is completely up to you but I'm saving mine for the next level up. At around level 450 and this build is really starting to pay off. I have Hecter and Blink 6 stared and Kate 4 stared. They have pushed out epics out of the seated 5.

                              Rolling for a Baron and Duke is a must so as not to waste as much energy and stamina especially before you reach the 2 refill level if you are going to spend on FPs.

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                              • Re: Powerleveling Guide

                                Originally posted by Exar0s View Post
                                My fault, that was a typo on my post.

                                My energy is 2000, not 200 and I have almost 300 stamina now. I'm aiming for the 2000/1000 build but was wondering if I should drop 1 point in Attack every level up or just save the 1 leftover point for the next level up?
                                I saved the extra point but most won't lol. I know it's annoying to see the green $hit flashing, but you really need to hit 2k/1k as soon as possible! Once you hit the attack/defense pumping phase, you're going to be super excited as you'll beat players you thought would take a year to beat!

                                The only problem with phase 3: it seems like it takes longer than stamina pumping lol. Me: 540 attack, and 308 defense, and I can beat most level 300 PvP players, and barely lose in empire wars. Why? LT's and Gear/Vehicles.

                                Again I've only been PL since July 10th. I've been playing since May 18th. By my one year anniversary I'll be at or over level 1000, with well over 1000 attack/defense. I also have 142 achievements finished, with another 12 to be completed in the next month. This build is for patient buyers. If you want to go completely free and have fun, go 1350 energy/ 700 stamina, and you'll definitely be happy. Good luck to all

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