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AuthorReasonable way to powerlevel your character?
I've come back after a very long absence having forgotten my past characters. I remember that progression in the earlier levels is mostly tied to hunting and making sure your faction level increases quickly.

What would be a reasonable rate of progression - how many levels can one gain in a month? I am seeing a whole lot of very high level people and am genuinely interested if progression has become much quicker.
The slower you lvl up and that is only with fights that give some kind of guild point and always enroll, is the way for a strong character.
It took me 1 month to go from lvl 1 to lvl 2 so for my standards you go very fast already. :D
With the introduction of mirrors, special days which can offer certain guild bonuses and being able to spend diamonds to speed up time to the next battle, it is certainly possible to power level should you have the time, gold and inclincation.

First you need to be using Abu Bakr as a regular thing, for the bonus to LG and FSP. Then the ideal would be to farm HG and MG only on the days of the relevant bonus, that way you get a proportional massive boost. However, the theoretical ideal and reality of playing a game for enjoyment contradict. I would not worry too much, you can gain as many as you like, just keep a balance between all the guilds. If you get a good build and have the gold, then doing AG early on is more cost effective in saving building costs for alternate factions. Things is no matter what you do, you will be able to win some battles and will lose others, so just have fun while you do it.
Leveling up quick is no harm, unless you do 'only guild' battles.

2018-01-06 23:39: Registered. Faction: Barbarian.
On 1.5 year, I'm lvl 17.
Do I suffer? only at guilds like LG and WG - which are time dependent and hence can not be rushed.

But, I have maxed out other guilds ( since I only play guild related battles ), which makes me pretty strong still, apart from my insane rushes.
And if you ask me, I will continue rushing. My opinion is, its not a typing game :) I don't find it interesting to just sit and write captchas.
Of course gold is crucial, but its not a problem for you if you're a donator.

Oh and speaking about rush, I have even exceeded Calamity now in total exp gained :D
Also in addition,
I do use diamonds for rushing HG and MG, so i'm quicker. And ABC is always active if I'm active.
Only HG until level 3, then what you do is up to you, watchers and adventurers also become a good choice. Keep in mind that faction level is what shines early on (exp/fsp ratio), on high levels a strong character will be defined by how many parameters he has (exp/parameter).

Powerleveling thematically opposes to fast leveling here. Powerleveling means you want to avoid exp as much as you could. You also want good LG which takes forever to build.

Now though if you don't want to go through extreme power leveling, I would say that simply picking the right kind of battles goes a long way, so no GB and leveling your guilds up properly will make you stronger than the average character.
I always laugh at people who says leveling up quicker will make you weak.
Its all on 'how you level up', quicker or slower, hardly matters.

Theoretically its unlikely you will be 4 LG levels below your opponent.
Assuming its 2-3, which is just 1 stat point - negligible. And im talking about LG just because its only guild which will affect you most on lvling quick.

Ofc there are some insane LG guys around too, so you yourself got to have good stats from other guilds to recover lost stats at LG.
Because staying strong and lvling quick is hard, or if you think both can not be achieved, I will laugh at you again.
I agree with Prozyk, The only negative to levelling quickly is Lg and WG ratings and gold spent versus gold accrued (the faster you go the harder it is to balance out and stay in profit, requiring more donation to stay solvent).

Other than that you get teh same experience and FSP and guild points whether you do 30 in a month or 300 (aside from bonus days). As such this variable only comes down to how much time you have to devote and gold/real money you wish to invest.
If you are about to donate for everything you'll do you'll be fine apart from some missing stats and money that slow game can give you.

I always laugh at people too when rush and then complain that they don't have money to buy arts, play events build castles help their clan but instead take loans or whatever and then curse hoarders and bow. :P
Personnaly I laugh at people that have reading comprehension issues.

What is not clear in:
Now though if you don't want to go through extreme power leveling, I would say that simply picking the right kind of battles goes a long way, so no GB and leveling your guilds up properly will make you stronger than the average character. ?

It starts by ruling out people that want to build the best characters, lucky noob style. You can't be that, is the only thing I'm denying.

Now, usually people who want to level up quickly just go and farm exp, as in quick tournaments,... which is the best way to trash one's character, and hinted a bit above:Powerleveling thematically opposes to fast leveling here. Powerleveling means you want to avoid exp as much as you could.

And is to put in persepective of this too:
Keep in mind that faction level is what shines early on (exp/fsp ratio), on high levels a strong character will be defined by how many parameters he has (exp/parameter).

Meaning you want to fight battles that minimize exp, meaning you will do more battles to level up, meaning it takes more real time to achieve, unlike people who want to level up ASAP.

Now of course you can spend entire days on doing the above and end up leveling up "fast". Are we talking about time in real days, or time spent in front of the computer? And how many diamonds are we looking at to build up full castles, speed MG with a mount and a mirror and 0.1 diamond clicks, all the while you have crappy LG from speed rushing through levels? Is that supposed to be an exciting way to enjoy a game that you want to promote towards new players?

So sure, laugh, it will make you look smart *and* nice, no joke!
Hi guys, thank you all so much for your replies. I appreciate the tips. I have pushed to level three today by using just hunting and will now concentrate on Watchers Guild (which I assume is daily quests). Hunters guild + enrolling will be priorities too, not that a level three can do much more than that.

I am definitely planning to be a donate-demon, which hopefully is not too frowned upon. Would be great to know how to switch between the two types of advanced troops for my Tier 1 mob. I think I am meant to be able to field either poisoners or stalkers and I can't figure out how to switch from one to the other.
I could also have tried to explain why if you're really power leveling you don't want ABC always on unlike hinted above, but will refrain by fear of making smart peeps laugh at my ignorance.
Well I'm laughing now already if you think my comment is directed at you.

It was a bit generalized statement, 'you' doesn't meant specifically you there.
Funny.
I could also have tried to explain why if you're really power leveling you don't want ABC always on unlike hinted above, but will refrain by fear of making smart peeps laugh at my ignorance.
Don't worry you're not there yet, so people will "only" notice you and frame their judgement of guilds based upon you. :)
Of incase if im not clear, those comment of mine, was *my judgement* of leveling and guilds.

And if you think you're the only one who said leveling fast is bad, well ehh..
Its about always, sooner or later post was coming.

There are always 3 types of players - Rushers, Hoarders and Balanced.
Ofcourse I have no object to either, so my only point was to those who think 'Rushing makes you weak'.


Whatever..
I have made my point and I'll just take off from here now.
I also feel that using ABC too early on would be wasteful and it would perhaps be better to progress up to level 5 on Watchers guild and Hunting before actively using the buff.

Don't fight, we are all friends here <3
It's stalkers or poisoners, but you need to switch to the alt DE to pick stalkers. This is only an option at level 5 onwards so for now it's down to poisoners only.

HG only below level 3 is because you are not affected by min exp/battle at level 1/2. At level 3 onward you play by the same rules than anyone else so which battle type you do is less important.

Watcher's (daily battles) is one of the best guild as it has a very good fsp ratio and gives lots of parameters too. It's also good to do early because amount of exp per battle scales with your CL, unlike some other guilds (outside of the min exp per battle thing).

Don't worry you're not there yet, so people will "only" notice you and frame their judgement of guilds based upon you. :)

Hint: I'm not pumped because I made sure not to be pumped anymore by, partly by not following the kind of advice you gave.
Thank you so much!! :) May I ask what is the alternative DE? Is that the summoner/tamer?
Yes, it's the tamer that can summon animals.
Awesome, looking forward to level 5 then! :)
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