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  • Experience is how you level up in Final Fantasy Epic RPG. Experience rate is calculated by the following formula: Example: You play Summoner on Normal Difficulty with 45 Intelligence. Summoner has an 80% Job Exp Rate and Normal Difficulty has 85% Exp Rate. You can use the command -exp rate in game to see your current experience rate.
  • Experience (or XP) is required for you to advance through the different levels of the game. It is gained through the defeat of monsters and the completion of Quests. Experience can also be gain throught the use of certain objects (Experience Crystals)
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  • To progress in the game of Mech Crusaders, you will need Experience. Experience is gained primarily via the Battle Arena, by pitting your team of mechs against that of another commander in battle, and winning. Another way to gain experience is via the Plains, but at a much decreased rate.
  • Experience is one of the base concepts of ADOM and the majority of other role-playing games identifying various statistics and powers of the PC. In a typical fashion, the PC gets progressively more powerful as his/her experience grows. Again, in a traditional way, PC's experience is represented by a single integer number and there are 49 threshold values standing for experience levels — only reaching the next value (or simply the next level) will actually improve the PC's stats and may grant extra powers.
  • 1. Killing mobs will give you XP depending the mob's level and your level in relation to the mob's level. 2. Doing Quests (questlines or dailies)
  • In Heroes of the Storm, all heroes gain experience (aka exp or XP). Baseline experience is gained as a team. As such, all heroes on one team possess the same level of experience, and gain levels simultaneously. On the scoreboard, one is able to see how much you have contributed to the teams experience. The amount of experience earned for each game is determined by the result (win/loss), length, and experience bonuses, if applicable. Players are also be able to gain experience by completing quests.
  • Experience are the points you recieve from defeating monster. The more experiemce you gain, the higher your player's level will become.
  • Experience (også kalt xp) er det som blir brukt som poeng på RuneScape. Jo mer experience, desto høyere level'er. Folk tjener experience ved å utføre forskjellige ting i forskjellige skills. Experiencen som du får i en skill øker etter høye ting som lages eller blir brukt.
  • Experience heißt aus dem Englischen übersetzt Erfahrung. Dieses Wort wird öfters bei den MMORPG Spielern benutzt und als EXP abgekürzt. Sie dient als Levelbrücke, was soviel bedeutet, man würde eine Treppe mit einhundert Stufen hochlaufen und mit jedem Prozent EXP, das man bekommt, eine weitere Stufe nehmen. Wenn man dann diese Treppe bis nach ganz oben geschafft hat, ist man ein Level höher und die nächste Treppe steht bevor. Andere Infos über Exp :
  • In order to level up and gain skills in Twelve Sands, you need to get experience. There are several major ways to gain experience: * You can engage in combat with the local monsters * You can fight a special monster at the Training Fields. * You can engage in mining or fishing * You can also complete quests You do not gain experience for doing activities that do not require fatigue. The most efficient way to gain experience is always combat. You earn substantially less experience for fishing, and mining.
  • Experience was an Acclamator-class assault ship that was captured by the Rogue Clones. It was so badly damaged that it could not even move, and only had life support in certain rooms. It was used mainly for a training ground for the Rogue Clones and a testing ground for battle droids. What it did have, however, was a ton of mini tractor beams capable of tractor beaming small chunks of metal(for manufacturing starfighters) and starfighters. It was usually tractor beamed by the Triumph through hyperspace.
  • For every ten enemies of a type defeated, Tomba gains an experience level for that type. The max level of experience per type is ten, which is required to use the elemental jewels that gives Tomba special abilities. There are three types of experience in the game: Pink, green and blue. Whenever the player grabs a foe to throw him away, one of these experience bar slightly fills, depending on the foe. In the second game, Tomba obtains magic instead of experience. Magic is consumed whenever Evil Pig Robes are used.
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  • Experience (XP) is a game mechanic that was added in Update 0.12.1. It adds an experience bar to the game. Experience is obtained in the form of Experience Points, which convert into Experience Levels when enough of the former have been collected.
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  • In the multiplayer mode of Goldeneye 007 for the Wii, Experience allows the player to level up once enough points are gained through winning matches, winning accolades as well as maintaining a kill streak results in the award of experience points that allows the player to gain a level.
  • Experience es un álbum de música de Sequence Club publicado el 14 de marzo de 2010 (). Es un álbum instrumental que cuenta con arreglos de Mystic Square, Embodiment of Scarlet Devil, Perfect Cherry Blossom, Phantasmagoria of Flower View, Shoot the Bullet y Mountain of Faith.
  • Experience is what Champions Online uses to progress your character. A set amount of experience (XP) is required to reach the next level. When hovering your cursor over your XP bar (the yellow ones under the Health and Energy bars) you will see your current total XP and the required total XP for the next level. The required amounts of XP are listed below: NOTE: You should read the table like this: To become Level 3 (third line) you need 1,500 exp more from the moment you become level 2, which means you need a total of 2,300 exp.
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  • Experience points are what determines a players level. There are a few ways of gaining experience, namely by killing the Monsters that are found through all of Zezenia, but may also be a reward for completing a Quest. The amount of experience each monster yields is roughly based on their difficulty. A list of required experience for each level may be found on the Experience Table page.
  • Experience, better known as XP, is, as in any RPG, the main way of improving your character's skills and powers.
  • Experience is what you need to increase your character's level. You can gain experience from killing monsters and from quests. * These figures are calculated using the increase in percentage for set amounts of experience given as quest rewards.
  • Experience, also called experience points or EXP, is a game mechanic common to many role-playing games. Experience is a point total that is accumulated through various in-game actions, typically through defeating enemies. When the experience value reaches a certain number, the player gains a Level up, experiencing an increase in overall strength. This article is incomplete. You can help the Phantasy Star Wiki by expanding it.
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  • Experience is gained in the game by accomplishing life goals, such as running for office, getting married, having a child or even the old fashioned way; Fighting duels and winning them. Further Information to come!
  • Experience is knowledge of and skill in something gained through being involved in or exposed to it over a period of time. It generally refers to know-how or procedural knowledge, rather than propositional knowledge. Knowledge based on experience is also known as empirical knowledge or a posteriori knowledge. A person with considerable experience in a certain field is called an expert. If someone is recounting an event they witnessed or took part in they are said to have had a "First hand experience". Experiental knowledge shouldn't be confused with experimental knowledge.
  • Units in Super Famicom Wars and Game Boy Wars 3 are capable of gaining Experience just like in RPGs such as Fire Emblem. Of course, since units generally don't carry over between battles, neither does the Experience accumulated for each one. Leveling up can be shut off in Super Famicom Wars, though only at the start of a file. In Game Boy Wars 3, Leveling Up is always on.
  • Experience (Nederlands: Ervaring) zijn punten die je tijdens het spel kan verdienen om beter te worden. Experience worden vaak verdiend door te trainen, Quests, minigames of zelfs Random events. Categorie:Basiswoorden
  • As you gain experience in Dragon Story, your player level will eventually increase. Experience points can be earned by achieving the following: * Hatching dragon eggs * Purchasing a new habitat or decoration * Clearing foliage from an island * Harvesting crops from a farm * Completing goals * Visiting a neighbor daily * Collecting from a sparkling habitat, which has received a bonus from another player. This page shows the EXP by level and the EXP needed to reach next level.
  • Increases the efficiency of all your leech effects. * Passive * AP Cost : 7 * Increases the effectiveness of leech effects by 20%.
  • Experience (File:Icon experience 16x16.png) are points needed to level up your character. Amount needed for the next level increases at each level. You get experience points from Jobs, Robbing, Fights, Boss Fight and helping your mafia with jobs.
  • Almost all Monsters in Endless-Online give some Experience when they are slain. The amount of experience points earned by killing a Monster depends roughly on how difficult it is to defeat that Monster. SORRY ABOUT THE PENDING IMAGES
  • Experience (or XP) is a general system used to raise various things. There are three kinds of experience that a player can gain: class, profession, and guild (in addition a player's mount can also gain XP). Class and profession experience helps to advance the player's character and profession level, while guild experience helps to advance the level of the player's guild. Class experience is gained by defeating monsters, completing quests, and using certain scrolls. Profession experience is gained by practising your profession and using certain scrolls. Guild experience is only gained by donating experience points from members defeating monsters.
  • Experience is a gameplay mechanic in Empire: Total War.
  • Experience, også kendt som Exp eller XP, er måden hvorpå man måler fremskridt i en skill. Man får experience ved at gennemføre opgaver der er forbundet med ens skill. Efter at have opnået en bestemt mængde af experience, går man i level i pågældende skill.
  • Characters gain experience (XP) by defeating and completing . With enough experience a character will level up granting more health and more mana as well as access to better equipment and training to acquire special . * Note that when you level up, you keep any XP earned so far. If you have 100 XP, it will take 300 XP more to reach level 3. * Base HP/MP is (Y x 5) + 20 where Y = current level * Experience needed is (Y x Y) x 100 where Y is your current level
  • Experience (also known as EXP) is a secondary stat accumulates with kills and completed Quest levels. Once a player accumulates enough experience, he will level up, allowing him to access new Quests and Equipment.
  • Experience (ervaring), vaak verkort tot Exp of XP, geeft aan hoever de vooruitgang is van een skill. Je krijgt het over het algemeen door de skill uit te oefenen. Na het verzamelen van een bepaalde hoeveelheid experience krijgt de speler een hoger level in de betreffende skill, wat vaak resulteert in nieuwe vaardigheden.
  • Experience is gained through completing Dungeons, PvP or by completing certain missions and is required in order to gain levels. Some items will increase experience gained, such as Queen's Jewel, QuQu Helmets, New Continent Gem, Slime Helmets, and Turtle Shells. Sometimes, there are events that will increase experience gained from dungeons and PvP, either for one character, or for all of them. The current level cap is 85.
  • Experience : (engl.) Erfahrungspunkte. Dies sind die Punkte, die ein Charakter für das Töten von Monstern oder das Lösen von Quests bekommt. Je mehr Erfahrungspunkte ein Charakter bekommt, desto höher steigt er im Level auf. Kategorie:Begriffsklärung Kategorie:Abkürzungen
  • Experience was The Wørd on the October 3, 2006 edition of "The Colbert Report". Experience was The Wørd on the March 4, 2008 edition of "The Colbert Report".
  • This year did not have proper seasons. There were two seasons of non-standard length, named 'Exploration' and 'Construction' which detail the bulk of the covenant's foundation.
  • "Experience" is gained through completion of quests and killing mobs. It can also be lost on death past level 5. There are 2 bars you may notice, a blue line that fills rapidly, and a yellow bar that fills slowly once the blue line is made full. If you hover over your experience bar with your mouse it will tell you a percentage of how full it is completely.
  • | Image:Fan spirit Rose.png |This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it. |} For information about grinding spots in the game, see Training Spot. Experience, also known as EXP in-game, is gained every time the characters defeat a monster, certain unique monsters, or a boss. Like in other JRPGs, if one character gain enough experience they will increase their level by one.
  • Experience (Japanese: 経験値 Keiken-chi), also known as experience points or exp., are points the player will gain throughout the game. The player will receive experience points after successfully defeating opponents, turning in finished requests, clearing a chapter in the storyline, or after obtaining an experience crystal (which is sometimes dropped enemies). After a certain amount of experience points have been gained, the player will grow a level. Each subsequent level requires more experience to gain, until level 99 (200 with DLC), where the player will no longer gain experience. Each level will grant the player stat points and increase the player's base HP.
  • Fast alle Monster in Tibia geben Experience Points, wenn sie getötet werden. Die Anzahl der ergatterten Experience Points durch das Töten einer Kreatur hängt in etwa davon ab, wie schwierig es ist das Monster zu besiegen. So geben Penguins 1 Experience Point, und Infernatil 85.000. Es gibt auch einige Monster, die keine Experience Points geben, diese sind jedoch keine Herausforderung, denn sie greifen meist nicht an.
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  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress towards higher Levels. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level, which not only results in higher Hit points and more practices but also affects many other areas. Experience is earned solely through combat, whether against mobs or other player characters.
  • Every player advances through the game by gaining experience points. The more experience points you have, the higher the level you can reach. Each master requires a certain level of experience before you can challenge them.
  • Experience in Wizard 101 is gained two ways: 1) By completing quests and 2) by simply dueling (not including Player versus Player). When a character gains enough Experience, or XP, he or she increases in level. See the Experience Chart for how much experience you need to go up levels and the Level Chart to see how much Health and Mana and Power Pip Chance you get for going up levels.
  • Experience is obtained by playing either ranked or practice matches. You will receive experience regardless of winning or losing. Your current experience is shown by the purple star icon on the main screen. Unlike rating, experience does not decrease.
  • This may be accomplished in two ways: 1. * Killing demons 2. * Completing a quest that awards an EXP bonus
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is usually obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, among other things.
  • Experience is a basic stat. Each mercenary, plus the main character, has an individual experience score. As experience increases to certain points, those mercenaries increase their levels. See Leveling for more. Increasing a level adds one bonus point and one skill point. You can increase experience gained by looting some Lucky Loot items.
  • This section shows how much sexperience you earn when you complete a battle. The maximum experience you can get from a team event is 300-316 and in showdown is 300-314, in the double experience event these values are simply doubled (600-632).
  • Experience, often abbreviated XP, is gained from completing quests, killing NPCs, crafting and gathering. This experience go towards a characters overall level, with each level having a required amount of experience to level up.
  • Experience or XP (File:M-xp.png) is a way of rewarding you for your progress and evolution in-game. Purchasing , , , completing and welcoming are all possible ways to earn experience. When enough experience is obtained, you will move onto a new level and the experience bar is reset. Levels are certain tiers of experience that, when achieved, unlock new content such as , , and , as well as certain jobs. You will also be rewarded with Gems and Magic.
  • Experience gained before level 40 will go toward leveling up the Guardian. After achieving level 40, three Motes of Light will be granted for every 25,000 experience earned.[citation needed] Whether gaining experience before or after level 40, an equal amount of experience is given to equipped weapons, armor, and subclasses. Experience earned from killing enemies that are a lower level than the Guardian are significantly reduced. The following table shows how much additional experience is required to level up from the previous level:
  • Experience, denoted by the abbreviation XP, strengthens characters by level-up when acquired. XP can be gained through defeating enemies and crafting new weapons and items. All characters begin with 0 XP, leveling up after gaining 50 XP, then 100 XP, then 150 XP, etc., the number increasing with each successive level.
  • Experience is primarily accrued by defeating enemies and completing missions. However, defeating enemies that are much lower in Level from your character will result in zero XP.
  • La Level Experience viene incrementata principalmente uccidendo i mostri, ma anche craftando o completando le Quest messe a disposizione degli NPC.
  • Upon reaching a certain amount of Experience, you level up. Every time you level up, you gain a skill point and a stat point that you can use to upgrade your character (or heroes, if they are the ones who level up). The required experience for any Heroes or the player character to gain a level is displayed on the character's individual skills screen. The maximum level is 62 due to an overflow glitch that occurs at 63.
  • Experience in Darelth is awarded on a more story-oriented basis, instead of using the straight combat experience of D&D. In fact, while combat experience is still awarded, it is reduced by one-half. The remaining experience is awarded for attendance, acheiving adventure goals, completing story arcs, unusually good roleplaying, and campaign support. Each of these non-combat awards may be a minor, regular, or major award.
  • Experience or EXP is obtainable reward points as part of a vital in-game system by which certain characters can progress through the game via level up. The system has a set number after each level up which has to be completely depleted to zero in order to progress to the next level. The set number can slowly be depleted after defeating enemies and different enemies provide different amounts of experience once they are defeated.
  • Similar to the masses of other MMOs, Lunia revolves around experience points, which are gained in order to level up your character. You can gain experience by killing monsters, other players (see PvP), and completing quests. Another way is to complete stages, after which you gain a small amount of experience. Finding secret areas in stages also gives a small amount of experience.
  • Almost all creatures in Necronia give some experience points when they are slain. The amount of experience points earned by killing a creature depends roughly on how difficult it is to defeat that creature. It varies from a Rat up to the Toxic Dragon. There are also a lot different kind of bosses in Necronia, which might wield even more experience. There are also some creatures that give no experience at all, those are no challenge to kill since they don't fight back when attacked. All characters start without experience points when they first enter the game, on a small island south of Rookgaard. By doing Lea's Test Quest they get experience, on Rookgaard they can kill monsters which give experience, which can become a very large number. The experience is represented by a characters level.
  • Experience Points are needed for a player to go from one Player Level to the next. After each battle you are awarded a certain amount of Experience Points depending on certain parameters used by the game: * number of robots destroyed * number of beacons captured * amount of critical hits scored * amount of damage dealt * Medals awarded (only if your team wins) Buying Premium grants you 50% more Experience Points and Silver for each game.
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as exp or xp, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. Experience can also sometimes be gained by performing certain other tasks not necessarily related to the skill, such as completing quests, receiving the Book of Knowledge from the Surprise Exam random event, receiving a lamp from the genie random event, doing certain mini-games, getting a lamp from Cap'n Izzy No-Beard for completing a part of the Karamja Achievement Diary, etc. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, amongst other things. The amount of experience needed for the next level increases by approximately 10% each level. For example, 83 ex
  • Levels are certain tiers of experience that, when achieved, unlock new content such as buildings, decorations, and quests, as well as certain jobs. The player is also rewarded with Donut(s), as well as a comment or quote from a character, usually directed at the player.
  • Experience points, or EXP, are what can be called a character's overall experience, and are acquired by defeating monsters and completing quests in MapleStory. Each monster has a specific experience value, and various monsters offer different amounts of experience once they are defeated.
  • A farmer has a certain amount of experience. When certain amounts of experience are reached, a farmer can advance to the next level, where more market items, gifts and other features become available. A farmer can see their own experience in a bar at the top of the page. The amount of the bar filled in is relative to how close the farmer is to reaching their next level. The star at the end of the bar shows a player their level. At the bottom of the screen is a list of a player's neighbors. A player is able to see the level and experience of each of his neighbors from here. After a farmer reaches Level 35, they will require an extra File:XP-icon.png experience for each level. A farmer needs 433,000 experience to reach level 70. After level 70, the amount needed increases by 500 xp each lev
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is usually obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, amongst other things. Experience can also sometimes be gained by performing certain other tasks not necessarily related to the skill, such as completing quests, rubbing a lamp from the genie random event, or pop quiz random event, playing certain mini-games, or certain mini-quests. where k = current level
  • Experience is used in both versions of Warstorm to determine the strength of player. In addition to it, experience is revelant to level which a player gains more silver as daily login award if a higher level is achieved. There are several ways to gain experience: The experience needed to gain a level is equal to the current level times 500. Facilities Facebook - Barbarian • Campaign • Daily Campaign • Experience • Silver and Cash • Quick Match • Packs, squad and campaign price • Free gift of the day • Rare cards on Facebook • Warstorm Card Viewer • Ask for a card • The Alchemist
  • Experience is a statistic in the Disgaea series. The more experience points that a character has, the higher their level. Your characters can gain exp from killing enemies, objects, teammates(not advised), match bonuses, and by stealing it from enemies, objects or teammates with the Thief class. The experience formula is used for both determining how much experience it takes to reach the next level, as well as how much experience is given for defeating an enemy of that level. Other miscellaneous factors include:
  • The following shows the amount of experience a character must earn to gain a level in their character class. All experience earned by multiple-class characters is divided by the number of classes. When a character has earned enough to gain a level for one class but not another, the Show command shows the highest level.
  • Experience (or abbreviated as XP) is the points you get until the next level. You can obtain experience in many ways - you can play games with players and earn it, you can go to several places to earn it such as Flum's Fountain or Club Fling, grow plants in order to attain experience and several other methods. How much experience needed to be obtained depends on what level you are - if you are a low level and just began playing Bin Weevils, you would need just under 1000 experience, whereas on a higher level like level 50, you would need several hundred thousands of experience to level up. When you do level up, you need to go to your nest, and need to earn even more experience than the previous level you were on.
  • Experience (XP) in all games of the Diablo series is a numerical value that is used to determine when you reach the next character level, also known as "leveling up". Every newly created character starts at level 1 with no experience. Each time you, or a member of your party (whether it be your hireling, your minion(s), pets, followers or another player) kills a monster, you gain a certain number of experience points. Paragon experience in Diablo III is slightly different (and is of blue color), but otherwise follows the same rules, awarding one Paragon point instead of normal stat bonus.
  • Unlike RuneScape 2, RuneScape Classic does not have an experience cap at 200 million, instead, it is not possible to exceed 536,870,911 () experience in a single skill because of data type limits. Passing the maximum XP results in integer overflow, and the displayed value will wrap around to a very large negative number. It is possible to continue gaining experience afterwards. The effect of going from negative to positive experience (which would require gaining at least 1,073,741,822 experience) is not yet known. Only one person is currently known to have negative experience (in Thieving). The skills interface displays "Next level at: 83" – reaching this would most likely involve the client crashing or the level resetting from 99 to a low number.
  • Experience is gained by battling enemies. Having a certain amount of experience will cause a player to level up, giving them the opportunity to increase their stats. Experience points are rewarded to the player for every time they hit an enemy. More experience is rewarded on Insane Mode due to enemies having a greater amount of health. Many players refrain from leveling up their Strength skill too much, seeing as if they do less damage, they will hit the enemy more, thus giving them more experience.
  • In tales of the Unknown, Experience is gained by winning battles against enemy NPC's. The Experience is set at a fixed rate for each creature, and your character(s) are only given XP if they survive the battle. When the battle is over, the entire pool of XP is evenly divided among the survivors, even those who may have done nothing during the battle. In tales of the unknown, there is a location with a fixed battle of 4 x 99 berserkers (1,018,880 XP) on the third floor of Baron Harkyn's Castle. This battle has the highest xp gained in a single fight. REVIEW BOARD
  • Experience is a feature from Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Link can acquire experience by defeating enemies, collecting P Bags or returning Crystals to palaces. If an enemy drops a P Bag or a Magic Jar upon defeat then Link will not receive experience from that enemy. Upon reaching a certain threshold, Link will be given the option to level up one of three stats. The power of his sword, the rate at which his Heart Meter drops or the rate at which his Magic Meter drops. In the NSTC and PAL versions of the game, Link can choose to ignore the current stat he can level up and retain his experience to try and level up another stat. However once he has the opportunity to level up all three of his stats, he must select one in order to continue. In the original Japanese version, Link could choo
  • Experience is retrieved from monsters when they are killed. A player levels up his or her stats when they get a certain amount of experience. A player can view how much experience he needs, and how much he currently has, by typing /exp when in-game. Each time you level up one of your stats, that specific stat needs more experience to level up again, and your experience resets to 0 for that stat.
  • Experience, also known by the abbreviations "XP" or "EXP", is a game concept in Civilization IV, Civilization V, and Civilization VI. Military units gain experience by surviving combat and defeating enemy units, and when they earn enough experience, they can receive promotions. Some of the buildings that can be built in cities give bonus experience (either a flat sum or a percentage bonus) to the units produced there.
  • Experience is a stat of a weapon that usually determines how strong is the weapon. In the case of the Nemesis, leveling up actually greatly decreases its overall performance. The Blade's throwing distance at Level 2 is slightly shorter than it is at Level 1, but it is more powerful. As for the Spur, the "shoot button" must be held down to charge it to level up, and energy crystals just make it charge faster. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Experience is used to advance character levels. Unlike many RPGs, in Elona, experience is not awarded for killing monsters or even completing quests - at least, not directly. Elona+ does reward some experience for killing monsters. Because of the fact that nearly anything and everything players do gains experience, levels are often more measurements of time than intensity of play.
  • For skills where failure is a possibility, experience is usually only granted on completion of a successful action. For example, if a player cooks a lobster, rather than burning it, they will gain a minimum of 120 Cooking experience. Experience gains can be increased in a variety of ways, including bonus experience, certain clothing, and the effect of bonfires on Cooking and Firemaking.
  • Experience is a numerical value that is used to determine when your character reach his next level. Every new character starts at level 1 with no experience. Each monster you kill gives you a certain amount of experience points (XP for short). You can view your current amount of XP in two places. The first is in the stats menu under the player tab, and the other is a graphical representation on the left side of the main hud. Things you will get XP from: * Kills you make * Kills your partner makes (Co-op) * Kills any of your human allies make * Kills any enemy makes for you
  • Experience or EXP, is needed in order to increase a character's level. A level is gained when 100% of the required experience is obtained. How to gain Exp Experience can be gained from quest rewards, by killing monsters of a similar level or through PvP. For a comprehensive table of experience ratios for monsters of different colors, see Monster Color. Experience gained from monsters depends on the level difference between the monster and the player. For a comprehensive table listing the experience gained in each case, see Monster Experience Table. Exp Loss
  • Experience is the measure of time a pirate has put into a certain puzzle. Each pirate's experience is recorded and shown on that pirate's info page, as well as being listed on the ultimate list. In addition to tracking puzzle experience, players are ranked on puzzle skill, which is displayed side-by-side with experience on the ultimate list. If a challenge to a game of Swordfighting, Drinking, Rumble, or Treasure Drop is not rated then it will not count toward your experience.
  • Experience points (experience traits in Mind's Eye Theatre, Experiences in the revised Storytelling System) are used to measure character advancement over time. Experience is usually awarded by the Storyteller at the end of a session, chapter, story, or chronicle, with all characters receiving some base amount. Additional experience points may also be awarded for fulfilling certain criteria, usually revolving around character growth in some way. In the original version of the Storytelling System, Flaws give bonus experience when they come into play.
  • Experience points are the primary reward for adventuring in Guild Wars. Whenever a player kills enemies while adventuring or completes quests or missions, they are rewarded with experience points. They represent a character becoming more experienced (and more powerful) as they achieve more in the game world. After acquiring a certain amount of experience, players can level up and become stronger in their profession. Experience Points are often referred to as XP.
  • A troll can gain experience by killing animals or other trolls. Accumulated experience allows the troll to level up and gain new abilities or even change classes, as such, many players aim to increase their level before attacking, or attacking before their enemies can increase in level. There is a mode called -no exp which disables experience gain, trapping all players on level 1, forced to use only their basic skills in the game. With a Gem of Knowledge, the experience gained will be according to the following formulae:
  • To calculate the experience you get from a mob: B = Base from the Bestiary A = Accel (1 for none/off, 2 for rt, 3 for rrt) DA = Double Accel (1 while none/off, 2 while on) M = stat mod for the first 4 stats (0 if not one of those stats) P = exp penalty (10% - 95% @ 10% per level) (first 4 stats aren't penalized) aa = Active Acceleration level ga = Group Acumen level rec = Recruitment level r = Rune of the Wise % G... = any gear you have with a bonus to exp SL = Skill level PL = Player level Condensed Expanded
  • Experience is a point system that controls when a player may gain a level. The experience shown in game is different than most console-based RPGs, in that it is shown as a percentage, as opposed to a number. For example, your experience points would be shown as 80% instead of 800 (out of 1000). When your experience exceeds 100%, you gain a level. Having your experience at 100% will not gain you a level due to rounding errors. * On-the-spot: 15% (10% with premium) * At an inn: 5% (3% with premium) * In the clan base: (awaiting confirmation)
  • To increase levels, your brute needs experience. There are only two ways to gain experiences: 1. * Fighting in the Arena, however, fighting is tiresome and your brute can only fight 3 times per day (6 times for the first day). 2. * Acquire quantified pupils If you win a battle against a comparable Brute, you get 2 exp. Otherwise 1 exp. If you win a battle against a non-comparable Brute, you get 1 exp. Otherwise ?? exp. When you get a quantified pupil, you get 1 exp. When your pupil levels up, you get 1 exp too.
  • Each ship has its own level of experience. All ships start at level 0 and gain experience points for defeating enemy ships. The experience bar and level can be seen to the right of the ships name when highlighted, the level can also be seen when bringing up the ship options.
  • Experience, or EXP (Exp. Points in game), is required for Pokémon to level up and increase their attack power. Each level will increase their attack power by a small amount, and the max level is 10. However, as of the 3DS update v1.3 and Mobile update v1.6, certain Pokémon max levels can be raised by using Raise Max Levels. Additionally, the Pokémon that matched the most icons will receive the crown bonus, meaning they will receive double the stage EXP. The crown bonus is not awarded if the player fails to clear the stage. The EXP given per stage follows these rules:
  • Skoraj vse pošasti v Tibii dajo nekaj experience points ko jih ubijete. Število experience pointov dobljenih od ubijanja pošasti je odvisno od moči pošasti ki jo ubijete. Experience pointi se gibljejo od Pingvina ki da le 1 experience point pa tja do Infernatila ki da približno 85,000 experience pointov ko je ubit. Obstajajo tudi pošasti ki ne dajejo experience pointov, te pošasti ni zahtevno ubiti saj ne napadajo. Na PvP-Enforced svetovih, lahko pridobite experience points z ubijanjem ostalih igralcev. Ugotovi več o svojih izkušnjah v Experience Formuli.
  • Experience Points (XP) are an abstract measure of the experience, knowledge, and training that a PC gains while adventuring. They are gained from RPRating, beating monsters, or completing rare quests. The scripting formula used for monster XP awards is quite complicated and its exact definition on Arelith is not a public knowledge. Some factors taken into consideration include: Description by Mithreas: ECL and Multiclassing penalty doesn't reduce the experience gain from RPRating bonus.
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  • Experience is how you level up in Final Fantasy Epic RPG. Experience rate is calculated by the following formula: Example: You play Summoner on Normal Difficulty with 45 Intelligence. Summoner has an 80% Job Exp Rate and Normal Difficulty has 85% Exp Rate. You can use the command -exp rate in game to see your current experience rate.
  • Experience (or XP) is required for you to advance through the different levels of the game. It is gained through the defeat of monsters and the completion of Quests. Experience can also be gain throught the use of certain objects (Experience Crystals)
  • Experience Points (XP) are an abstract measure of the experience, knowledge, and training that a PC gains while adventuring. They are gained from RPRating, beating monsters, or completing rare quests. The scripting formula used for monster XP awards is quite complicated and its exact definition on Arelith is not a public knowledge. Some factors taken into consideration include: * Challenge rating of monster * Level of highest character within sight of a creature * Number of characters within sight of a creature ("Party size") * Number and level of summoned familiars, summons, animal companions and other friendly monsters within sight of killed monster * Level of your character * * Multiclassing penalty Description by Mithreas: * Base XP for all characters is calculated according to the highest level character present * It's then modified for each person independently according to ECL (if any) and/or the bonus we give to chars under level 7 * Finally, we apply a party size modifier. A party of 4 gets the best XP, and XP tails off rapidly as your party gets bigger than 6 people. Only PCs are counted for the party size count - a mage with a familiar and two undead summons still counts as a 1 person party for that part of the calculation. NPCs present will reduce XP via a complex formula based on hit dice. ECL and Multiclassing penalty doesn't reduce the experience gain from RPRating bonus.
  • experience is a game term. layers gain experience when they do nearly any action
  • Experience is a numerical value that is used to determine when your character reach his next level. Every new character starts at level 1 with no experience. Each monster you kill gives you a certain amount of experience points (XP for short). You can view your current amount of XP in two places. The first is in the stats menu under the player tab, and the other is a graphical representation on the left side of the main hud. After having reached the amount of experience needed for his next level, your character will level up. When this happens you will hear a special sound, your health will refill, and a blue aura will encompass your character. You will also receive skill points which you can spend to aquire new abilities or to upgrade those you already have. Finally, many attributes of your character will go up as can be seen in the character progression table. There is a couple of ways to increase to amount of experience you receive. First, you get a 1% XP bonus per combo level, up to a maximum of 3% at combo level 3. Also you may equip items that provide XP bonuses up to 10%, for a grand total of 13% XP bonus. Please note that the amount of experience you will get for each kill will always be rounded down. Things you will get XP from: * Kills you make * Kills your partner makes (Co-op) * Kills any of your human allies make * Kills any enemy makes for you Things that won't give you XP: * Any kills that are made while you are dead * Kills enemies make against your allies
  • To progress in the game of Mech Crusaders, you will need Experience. Experience is gained primarily via the Battle Arena, by pitting your team of mechs against that of another commander in battle, and winning. Another way to gain experience is via the Plains, but at a much decreased rate.
  • Experience is one of the base concepts of ADOM and the majority of other role-playing games identifying various statistics and powers of the PC. In a typical fashion, the PC gets progressively more powerful as his/her experience grows. Again, in a traditional way, PC's experience is represented by a single integer number and there are 49 threshold values standing for experience levels — only reaching the next value (or simply the next level) will actually improve the PC's stats and may grant extra powers.
  • 1. Killing mobs will give you XP depending the mob's level and your level in relation to the mob's level. 2. Doing Quests (questlines or dailies)
  • In Heroes of the Storm, all heroes gain experience (aka exp or XP). Baseline experience is gained as a team. As such, all heroes on one team possess the same level of experience, and gain levels simultaneously. On the scoreboard, one is able to see how much you have contributed to the teams experience. The amount of experience earned for each game is determined by the result (win/loss), length, and experience bonuses, if applicable. Players are also be able to gain experience by completing quests.
  • Experience are the points you recieve from defeating monster. The more experiemce you gain, the higher your player's level will become.
  • Experience (også kalt xp) er det som blir brukt som poeng på RuneScape. Jo mer experience, desto høyere level'er. Folk tjener experience ved å utføre forskjellige ting i forskjellige skills. Experiencen som du får i en skill øker etter høye ting som lages eller blir brukt.
  • In tales of the Unknown, Experience is gained by winning battles against enemy NPC's. The Experience is set at a fixed rate for each creature, and your character(s) are only given XP if they survive the battle. When the battle is over, the entire pool of XP is evenly divided among the survivors, even those who may have done nothing during the battle. In tales of the unknown, there is a location with a fixed battle of 4 x 99 berserkers (1,018,880 XP) on the third floor of Baron Harkyn's Castle. This battle has the highest xp gained in a single fight. REVIEW BOARD Unlike most other RPG's just gaining Experience is not the only requirement to gaining levels, and advancing your characters. The Original Bards Tale series of games required you to visit the Review Board where you would be advanced and your character attributes would be adjusted. The levels you would gain were set by the number of XP points you had, and would be applied according to your characters class. The charts below show the XP/Level for the different classes in Tales of the Unknown.
  • Experience heißt aus dem Englischen übersetzt Erfahrung. Dieses Wort wird öfters bei den MMORPG Spielern benutzt und als EXP abgekürzt. Sie dient als Levelbrücke, was soviel bedeutet, man würde eine Treppe mit einhundert Stufen hochlaufen und mit jedem Prozent EXP, das man bekommt, eine weitere Stufe nehmen. Wenn man dann diese Treppe bis nach ganz oben geschafft hat, ist man ein Level höher und die nächste Treppe steht bevor. Andere Infos über Exp :
  • In order to level up and gain skills in Twelve Sands, you need to get experience. There are several major ways to gain experience: * You can engage in combat with the local monsters * You can fight a special monster at the Training Fields. * You can engage in mining or fishing * You can also complete quests You do not gain experience for doing activities that do not require fatigue. The most efficient way to gain experience is always combat. You earn substantially less experience for fishing, and mining.
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is usually obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, amongst other things. Experience can also sometimes be gained by performing certain other tasks not necessarily related to the skill, such as completing quests, rubbing a lamp from the genie random event, or pop quiz random event, playing certain mini-games, or certain mini-quests. * When a player rubs a lamp from the genie random event, you gain exp equal to your level times 10 (ex: a players woodcutting level is 50, they would rub the lamp and receive 500 exp in that skill.) * When a player reads the book reward from the pop quiz random event, they shall receive their level times 15 as exp. (ex: a players attack level is 70, they would receive 1050 exp from reading the book in that skill.) Players helping others using the Assist System can also earn a maximum of 30,000 total experience every 24 hours, although the experience may be shared among many skills, and not all skills can be shared through the Assist System. The amount of experience needed for the next level increases by approximately 10% each level. For example, 83 experience is required for advancement to level 2, while 91 experience is required for advancement to level 3. The difference between 83 and 91 is 8. 10% of 83 is 8.3, which is approximately 8. Below is an experience table showing the amount of total experience needed for each level. The experience difference shows the amount of experience between the previous level and the level. Note that a 10% growth factor may seem slow, but, as with all exponential growth, it expands rapidly to a massive 13,034,431 experience needed for level 99. Level 85 requires nearly one quarter of the experience needed for Level 99 and Level 92 is nearly the exact halfway mark, requiring 6,517,253 experience. This clearly demonstrates the experience gap that grows rapidly at higher levels.The below equation gives the exact number of experience needed for the next level: where k = current level Players can continue receiving experience after level 99 in a skill, up to a maximum of 200 million. Once a player reaches this limit, they can continue using the skill, but do not receive additional experience. The max total xp is 4.8 billion (4,800,000,000) when all skills are 200 million. Currently, no player has ever reached this. The varying amount of experience needed to get from one level to another can cause some surprising experience rates to get from one level to another. For example, at level 92, you will have half of the experience needed for 99. Getting from level 98 to 99 is equal to getting from level 1 to level 75. Until the Skills Interface update, players with a level 99 skill could view the experience it would take them to earn level 100. However, even when "level 100" was reached, the actual level remained at 99. * The level will still remain at 99.
  • Experience was an Acclamator-class assault ship that was captured by the Rogue Clones. It was so badly damaged that it could not even move, and only had life support in certain rooms. It was used mainly for a training ground for the Rogue Clones and a testing ground for battle droids. What it did have, however, was a ton of mini tractor beams capable of tractor beaming small chunks of metal(for manufacturing starfighters) and starfighters. It was usually tractor beamed by the Triumph through hyperspace.
  • For every ten enemies of a type defeated, Tomba gains an experience level for that type. The max level of experience per type is ten, which is required to use the elemental jewels that gives Tomba special abilities. There are three types of experience in the game: Pink, green and blue. Whenever the player grabs a foe to throw him away, one of these experience bar slightly fills, depending on the foe. In the second game, Tomba obtains magic instead of experience. Magic is consumed whenever Evil Pig Robes are used.
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  • Experience (XP) is a game mechanic that was added in Update 0.12.1. It adds an experience bar to the game. Experience is obtained in the form of Experience Points, which convert into Experience Levels when enough of the former have been collected.
  • Alebo skúsenosti,ktoré získavate bojmy s príšeramy.Za určitý počet expov sa vám zvyšuje úroveň.
  • Experience points are the primary reward for adventuring in Guild Wars. Whenever a player kills enemies while adventuring or completes quests or missions, they are rewarded with experience points. They represent a character becoming more experienced (and more powerful) as they achieve more in the game world. After acquiring a certain amount of experience, players can level up and become stronger in their profession. To examine the amount of experience a character has, press 'H' to open the Hero Panel. The total experience points acquired by this character will be shown in a horizontal bar. Hovering the mouse cursor over that bar will show the amount of experience needed for the next level or Skill Point. Experience Points are often referred to as XP.
  • Experience is used to advance character levels. Unlike many RPGs, in Elona, experience is not awarded for killing monsters or even completing quests - at least, not directly. Elona+ does reward some experience for killing monsters. Experience is typically gained through the application of skills. Since practically everything in Elona besides just plain walking has a skill associated with it, (and even walking does on the world map,) this generally means players will constantly gain experience in the background without really ever having to notice or care about actively seeking out sources for experience. If a player casts spells, for example, reading a spellbook trains literacy just for reading, and memorization for learning Spell Stock even before you cast a spell. (Which gives casting experience, as well as potentially control magic, Magic Capacity, and meditation, when you recover the MP you spent.) Just reading a high-level spell can give hundreds of experience points, while killing a monster may give only a dozen. In fact, since you gain experience for each act of attacking (and hitting) a monster, rather than killing a monster, you gain more experience (and skill experience for that weapon) for not killing a high defense monster with a weak weapon than you gain for killing a monster in one hit. You typically gain more experience, however, for passive acts like simply carrying a heavy load, not (yet) being detected by every creature on the map (even friendly ones in town), or recovering spent MP rather than the few turns spent in active combat. Even sleep can train skills like faith through dream events, and eating means finding food, which usually trains anatomy or gardening, and if you start cooking the food, you gain experience for that, as well. Because of the fact that nearly anything and everything players do gains experience, levels are often more measurements of time than intensity of play.
  • Experience is gained by battling enemies. Having a certain amount of experience will cause a player to level up, giving them the opportunity to increase their stats. Experience points are rewarded to the player for every time they hit an enemy. More experience is rewarded on Insane Mode due to enemies having a greater amount of health. Many players refrain from leveling up their Strength skill too much, seeing as if they do less damage, they will hit the enemy more, thus giving them more experience. There is an Experience glitch that has not yet been patched for Xbox 360. The player needs to head to the Industrial Castle and fight their way to the end. When the player reaches the Industrial Machine, it is recommended that the hand and the gun are destroyed before starting, so the player can focus on getting the experience. After this is done, the player needs to throw the Boomerang before an electric pillar rises and have the Boomerang catch it on the way back. This will result in the Boomerang getting stuck behind the pillar and repeatedly dealing 1 damage very fast. The player can do this for all five of the electric pillars. The only downside to this is that after the boss is defeated, you'll have to fight through the level all over again. This glitch has been patched on the PC version. A good strategy is to keep some of your skills low (if you're planning on becoming a melee fighter, upgrade Strength, but use your Magic or Bow instead) so you can level up quicker. Use your strongest skill when you're in a tough fight or are in a rush to get the level done. Giraffey gives the player extra experience (10% more) when he is used. A good strategy for characters with elemental splash Magic would be to use your splash attack magic on the Cult Minions in the Wizard Castle Interior level, however you must remember to dodge and keep your distance.
  • Experience is used in both versions of Warstorm to determine the strength of player. In addition to it, experience is revelant to level which a player gains more silver as daily login award if a higher level is achieved. There are several ways to gain experience: * Completing daily campaigns gain total of 1500 experience. * Completing campaigns gains fixed amount of experience. * The maximum experience to get from a neighbour is 600.The maximum experience to get from a random player is 500. * Losing one battle before winning will get only 86% of maximum experience, losing twice gives 67.4%, while losing thrice or more gives only 40%. The experience needed to gain a level is equal to the current level times 500. For ease to reference the maximum experience gained, the first loss of a battle against the same opponent (including campaigns and barbarians) will yield 20% of the maximum experience. For example a campaign giving 450 experience in an instant success battle will instead give only 90 experience on first loss of battle. Facilities Facebook - Barbarian • Campaign • Daily Campaign • Experience • Silver and Cash • Quick Match • Packs, squad and campaign price • Free gift of the day • Rare cards on Facebook • Warstorm Card Viewer • Ask for a card • The Alchemist Warstorm.com - Marketplace • Copper, Reward points and Challenge Coins • Tournament • League • Campaigns (Warstorm.com)
  • In the multiplayer mode of Goldeneye 007 for the Wii, Experience allows the player to level up once enough points are gained through winning matches, winning accolades as well as maintaining a kill streak results in the award of experience points that allows the player to gain a level.
  • Upon reaching a certain amount of Experience, you level up. Every time you level up, you gain a skill point and a stat point that you can use to upgrade your character (or heroes, if they are the ones who level up). The required experience for any Heroes or the player character to gain a level is displayed on the character's individual skills screen. Rather than automatically levelling up, standard troops will remain in their current form even after gaining enough experience to gain a level. Troops that can be promoted gain a + symbol next to their name. This is free in the original Mount&Blade, but in Warband and With Fire & Sword, you have to pay a few denars/thalers. Higher-tier troops also have higher wages than lower-tier ones. The maximum level is 62 due to an overflow glitch that occurs at 63.
  • Experience points (experience traits in Mind's Eye Theatre, Experiences in the revised Storytelling System) are used to measure character advancement over time. Experience is usually awarded by the Storyteller at the end of a session, chapter, story, or chronicle, with all characters receiving some base amount. Additional experience points may also be awarded for fulfilling certain criteria, usually revolving around character growth in some way. In the original version of the Storytelling System, Flaws give bonus experience when they come into play. Vampire: The Dark Ages and Dark Ages: Vampire introduced the maturation system, where a character receives maturation points during extended periods of downtime that can be used in a fashion similar to experience points. The Revised Storytelling System (introduced in The God-Machine Chronicle and expanded in the Chronicles of Darkness: Revised Storytelling System Rulebook) renames experience points to Experiences, which are gained by earning Beats. A Beat is earned by engaging with the character's Aspirations, or by facing adversity in the form of breaking points, most Conditions, and select dramatic failures; additionally, one Beat is earned at the end of each session. On earning five Beats, they are automatically exchanged for one Experience.
  • Experience es un álbum de música de Sequence Club publicado el 14 de marzo de 2010 (). Es un álbum instrumental que cuenta con arreglos de Mystic Square, Embodiment of Scarlet Devil, Perfect Cherry Blossom, Phantasmagoria of Flower View, Shoot the Bullet y Mountain of Faith.
  • Experience is what Champions Online uses to progress your character. A set amount of experience (XP) is required to reach the next level. When hovering your cursor over your XP bar (the yellow ones under the Health and Energy bars) you will see your current total XP and the required total XP for the next level. The required amounts of XP are listed below: NOTE: You should read the table like this: To become Level 3 (third line) you need 1,500 exp more from the moment you become level 2, which means you need a total of 2,300 exp.
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  • Experience, also known by the abbreviations "XP" or "EXP", is a game concept in Civilization IV, Civilization V, and Civilization VI. Military units gain experience by surviving combat and defeating enemy units, and when they earn enough experience, they can receive promotions. Some of the buildings that can be built in cities give bonus experience (either a flat sum or a percentage bonus) to the units produced there. In Civilization IV, your units will receive promotions if your leader has the Aggressive or Protective trait. There are also some civics, such as Theocracy, that give you free experience for every unit.
  • A troll can gain experience by killing animals or other trolls. Accumulated experience allows the troll to level up and gain new abilities or even change classes, as such, many players aim to increase their level before attacking, or attacking before their enemies can increase in level. There is a mode called -no exp which disables experience gain, trapping all players on level 1, forced to use only their basic skills in the game. Players should note that if their targets are killed by allied towers or traps, there will be no experience from the killed unit. Thus, it is important to land the killing blow on an enemy unit with a troll, so good timing wll be required in the presence of traps and towers. This scenario most frequently appears in the case of hawks being pulled down from the air by Ensnare Traps. With a Gem of Knowledge, the experience gained will be according to the following formulae: * 50 x level of killed enemy normal unit * 150 x level of killed enemy hero
  • Experience points are what determines a players level. There are a few ways of gaining experience, namely by killing the Monsters that are found through all of Zezenia, but may also be a reward for completing a Quest. The amount of experience each monster yields is roughly based on their difficulty. A list of required experience for each level may be found on the Experience Table page.
  • Experience, better known as XP, is, as in any RPG, the main way of improving your character's skills and powers.
  • Experience is what you need to increase your character's level. You can gain experience from killing monsters and from quests. * These figures are calculated using the increase in percentage for set amounts of experience given as quest rewards.
  • Experience points, or EXP, are what can be called a character's overall experience, and are acquired by defeating monsters and completing quests in MapleStory. Each monster has a specific experience value, and various monsters offer different amounts of experience once they are defeated. Each level requires a certain number of experience points in order to advance. A character levels up once they have earned the required amount of experience points. This can be found by hovering your cursor over the EXP meter, or on the character ability window, while the percentage of EXP acquired to reach the next level is displayed above the EXP meter.
  • Experience (or abbreviated as XP) is the points you get until the next level. You can obtain experience in many ways - you can play games with players and earn it, you can go to several places to earn it such as Flum's Fountain or Club Fling, grow plants in order to attain experience and several other methods. How much experience needed to be obtained depends on what level you are - if you are a low level and just began playing Bin Weevils, you would need just under 1000 experience, whereas on a higher level like level 50, you would need several hundred thousands of experience to level up. When you do level up, you need to go to your nest, and need to earn even more experience than the previous level you were on. Tycoons (players who have membership) can get experience easier than players who do not have membership, as they have the ability to enter several places (at Club Fling, only tycoons can pick up experience when the streamer has been filled up, and only tycoons can pick plants from Tink's Tree) which can help them with this. However, an average player can still level up fast in the same wa as tycoons.
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as exp or xp, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. Experience can also sometimes be gained by performing certain other tasks not necessarily related to the skill, such as completing quests, receiving the Book of Knowledge from the Surprise Exam random event, receiving a lamp from the genie random event, doing certain mini-games, getting a lamp from Cap'n Izzy No-Beard for completing a part of the Karamja Achievement Diary, etc. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, amongst other things. The amount of experience needed for the next level increases by approximately 10% each level. For example, 83 experience is required for advancement to level 2, while 91 experience is required for advancement to level 3. Below is an experience table showing the amount of total experience needed for each level. The experience difference shows the amount of experience between the previous level and the level. Note that a 10% growth factor may seem slow, but, as with all exponential growth, it expands rapidly to a massive 13,034,431 experience needed for level 99. Level 85 requires nearly one quarter of the experience needed for Level 99 and Level 92 is nearly the exact halfway mark, requiring 6,517,253 experience. This clearly demonstrates the experience gap that grows rapidly at higher levels. Each skill has a maximum amount of xp that you can receive at 200,000,000. After you reach this point, you can continue doing that skill; however, you will not receive any more xp.
  • Experience, also called experience points or EXP, is a game mechanic common to many role-playing games. Experience is a point total that is accumulated through various in-game actions, typically through defeating enemies. When the experience value reaches a certain number, the player gains a Level up, experiencing an increase in overall strength. This article is incomplete. You can help the Phantasy Star Wiki by expanding it.
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  • Experience is gained in the game by accomplishing life goals, such as running for office, getting married, having a child or even the old fashioned way; Fighting duels and winning them. Further Information to come!
  • Experience is knowledge of and skill in something gained through being involved in or exposed to it over a period of time. It generally refers to know-how or procedural knowledge, rather than propositional knowledge. Knowledge based on experience is also known as empirical knowledge or a posteriori knowledge. A person with considerable experience in a certain field is called an expert. If someone is recounting an event they witnessed or took part in they are said to have had a "First hand experience". Experiental knowledge shouldn't be confused with experimental knowledge.
  • Units in Super Famicom Wars and Game Boy Wars 3 are capable of gaining Experience just like in RPGs such as Fire Emblem. Of course, since units generally don't carry over between battles, neither does the Experience accumulated for each one. Leveling up can be shut off in Super Famicom Wars, though only at the start of a file. In Game Boy Wars 3, Leveling Up is always on.
  • Experience (Nederlands: Ervaring) zijn punten die je tijdens het spel kan verdienen om beter te worden. Experience worden vaak verdiend door te trainen, Quests, minigames of zelfs Random events. Categorie:Basiswoorden
  • Experience is a statistic in the Disgaea series. The more experience points that a character has, the higher their level. Your characters can gain exp from killing enemies, objects, teammates(not advised), match bonuses, and by stealing it from enemies, objects or teammates with the Thief class. The formula used to determine the actual amount of experience it takes to reach a given level is based on a formula called "Enext", which appears to be irregular at the lower levels, especially at levels 11, 39, 65, and 99. The formula used seems to be an entirely different formula at different sets of levels, with levels beyond the first 100 using a much more flat progression than the first 98 levels. This formula can be seen here. The experience formula is used for both determining how much experience it takes to reach the next level, as well as how much experience is given for defeating an enemy of that level. Defeated enemies give you roughly 6 experience points plus 1/10th of the experience to reach the next level in their Enext formula as modified by their class's experience modifier. Higher-tier enemies give greater multipliers for defeating them compared to enemies of the same level. For the first 98 levels, the rate of increase in experience points needed to go to the next level (and the amount of experience an enemy of that level gives) rises irregularly but roughly parabolically. This pre-99 formula seems to be roughly .04 * X^3 + .8 * X^2 + 2 * X, where X is the current level. The total amount of experience to reach any given level is roughly 0.01 * X^4 + 0.29 * X^3 + 1.05 * X^2 + X (-30 at level 11 to 38, +60 at level 39 to 64, +90 from 65 to 98. Why these levels involve strange shifts is unknown, but seem to be manual adjustments in the formula by the game designers). Level 99 is a special level - it costs slightly over twice as many experience points to hit level 100 as a normal level, and a level 99 enemy gives twice as much experience as the formula would normally allow (9,830 as opposed to level 98's 4,555 or level 100's 3705), roughly making them equivalent to level 323 enemies in terms of experience, but not mana or money. At least one grinding sweet spot per game takes advantage of this fact. Beyond level 99, the formula transitions towards costing 305 more experience points per level than the level before it, forming a very regular and linear progression. This eventually comes to be nearly exactly 305 * X experience per level, where X is the level of the character, or 152.5 * ((X-1)^2 + (X-1)) for the total experience required to reach level X. The formula makes levels from 100 to roughly 650 have less experience per level than this formula indicates in order to make the overall formula wind up averaging the 152.5 (X^2 + X) without needing a constant to compensate for the oddness of the pre-level 100 experience formula. Ultimately, the total amount of base experience required to reach level 9999 is roughly 15.25 billion exp times the character's experience multiplier. Most story characters, therefore, require roughly 76.25 billion exp to max out their levels, as they have an experience multiplier of 5. Because of the difference in the way that the experience formulas work at levels below 100 (exponential) and above 100 (linear), killing a level 20 enemy is worth roughly 5 times as much experience as a level 10 enemy, whereas a level 2000 enemy is worth only around twice as much experience as a level 1000 enemy. On top of this base experience formula, every class has a set multiplier for both the experience it takes to gain a level and how much experience they give. Story characters, for example, have an experience multiplier of 5, and because reaching level 2 has an Enext value of 3, it takes 15 experience to gain their first level. Basic-tier generic classes like Skulls, Warriors, and Prinnies have an experience multiplier of 4, take 12 experience to reach level 2, and take 80% as much experience to gain the same number of levels as a story character or mid-tier character would. Practically speaking, this means that simply fighting higher level enemies is more important than multipliers to experience or killing a larger number of enemies at levels below 100, whereas beyond level 100, there is little practical difference between killing 3 level 3000 enemies and 9 level 1000 enemies. Likewise, above around level 200, you can roughly estimate the experience point value of an enemy as 30.5 times its class multiplier times any other multipliers that factor in. Equipping a Statistician Specialist to any equipped weapons or armor will boost the experience you gain by 1% per level of the Statistician, up to a maximum of 300 (or 400% extra experience). These bonuses do not stack, so having two Statisticians at level 300 will still only yield the additional 400% extra experience. Destroying allies and clones will only give you 1/4 of the normal experience (and mana and money) you would otherwise receive. (Disgaea 4's map creation also cuts you to 1/4 normal experience.) This is multiplied separately from the other modifiers, such as statisticians. Other miscellaneous factors include: * Bosses (such as Mid-Boss in Disgaea: Hour of Darkness and Axel in Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories) grant a x1.5 experience bonus when they are defeated. * Item Generals in the Item World grant a x1.5 experience bonus when they are defeated. * Item Kings in the Item World will grant a x2 experience bonus when defeated. * Item Gods in the Item World grant a x2.5 experience bonus when defeated. * Item God 2s in the Item World grant a x3 experience bonus when defeated. * In Disgaea 3 and Disgaea 4, evilities like Violence can reduce experience gain, however, they are simply subtracted from other multipliers, and as such, a 50-point statistician can counteract its -50% experience gain. * In Disgaea 2 and Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days the statistician was removed from gameplay and was replaced by felonies which had many different effects, one of which also increased the amount of experience gained capping at 300%.
  • As you gain experience in Dragon Story, your player level will eventually increase. Experience points can be earned by achieving the following: * Hatching dragon eggs * Purchasing a new habitat or decoration * Clearing foliage from an island * Harvesting crops from a farm * Completing goals * Visiting a neighbor daily * Collecting from a sparkling habitat, which has received a bonus from another player. This page shows the EXP by level and the EXP needed to reach next level.
  • Experience Points are needed for a player to go from one Player Level to the next. After each battle you are awarded a certain amount of Experience Points depending on certain parameters used by the game: * number of robots destroyed * number of beacons captured * amount of critical hits scored * amount of damage dealt * Medals awarded (only if your team wins) As you earn Experience Points the "Blue" Bar to the right of your current Player Level will fill towards the right. Upon filling the bar you will Level up to the next level and be awarded 50 Gold and 50K Silver. Currently the maximum level a player can reach is level 30. Buying Premium grants you 50% more Experience Points and Silver for each game.
  • For skills where failure is a possibility, experience is usually only granted on completion of a successful action. For example, if a player cooks a lobster, rather than burning it, they will gain a minimum of 120 Cooking experience. Experience gains can be increased in a variety of ways, including bonus experience, certain clothing, and the effect of bonfires on Cooking and Firemaking. Players who help others using the Assist System can earn a maximum of 30,000 total experience every 24 hours, although the experience may be shared among many skills. Some skills cannot be shared through the Assist System (namely combat and gathering skills, such as Attack and Mining). Players can continue receiving experience after level 99 in a skill, up to a maximum of 200 million experience. Once a player reaches this limit, they can continue using the skill, but receive no additional experience. The maximum total experience possible is 5 billion 400 million (5,400,000,000) when a player has 200 million experience in all 27 skills. Until the Skills Interface update (on 12 November 2007), players with a level 99 skill could view the experience it would take them to earn level 100. However, even when "level 100" was "reached", the actual level remained at 99, and it would not show the experience required to achieve level 101. The experience gain rates one may obtain varies very much between skills. For example, most Agility training methods give under 75,000 experience per hour, while making summoning pouches can give over 800,000 Summoning experience per hour.
  • Each ship has its own level of experience. All ships start at level 0 and gain experience points for defeating enemy ships. The experience bar and level can be seen to the right of the ships name when highlighted, the level can also be seen when bringing up the ship options. When a ship levels up, its maximum hitpoints increase. Small, experienced ships may often have as many hitpoints as a ship the next hull size higher. When upgraded, ships retain their experience, so it may often be beneficial to keep a handful of your most experienced ships and upgrade them as opposed to scrapping them when they become obsolete. The amount of experience gained depends on the difficulty of the defeated foe. Thus defeating a defenseless freighter may grant no experience at all, while shooting down a massive battleship will grant a substantial amount of experience points. You can see the progression towards the next level as the twelve bulbs under the level light up.
  • To calculate the experience you get from a mob: B = Base from the Bestiary A = Accel (1 for none/off, 2 for rt, 3 for rrt) DA = Double Accel (1 while none/off, 2 while on) M = stat mod for the first 4 stats (0 if not one of those stats) P = exp penalty (10% - 95% @ 10% per level) (first 4 stats aren't penalized) aa = Active Acceleration level ga = Group Acumen level rec = Recruitment level r = Rune of the Wise % G... = any gear you have with a bonus to exp SL = Skill level PL = Player level Condensed B * A * DA * P * (1 + Mod/100) Mod = M + aa/4 + ga/2 + rec/10 + r + (Ga + ... + Gz) For P ≥ .05 and P ≤ 1; P = 1 - (PL - SL) / 10 Expanded B * A * DA * (1 + M / 100) * (1 - P / 100) * (1 + aa / 400) * (1 + ga / 200) * (1 + rec / 1000) * (1 + r / 100) * (1 + g1 / 100) * (1 + g2 / 100)... For P ≥ 0 and P ≤ 95; P = -10 * (PL - SL)
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  • Experience (File:Icon experience 16x16.png) are points needed to level up your character. Amount needed for the next level increases at each level. You get experience points from Jobs, Robbing, Fights, Boss Fight and helping your mafia with jobs.
  • Almost all Monsters in Endless-Online give some Experience when they are slain. The amount of experience points earned by killing a Monster depends roughly on how difficult it is to defeat that Monster. SORRY ABOUT THE PENDING IMAGES
  • Unlike RuneScape 2, RuneScape Classic does not have an experience cap at 200 million, instead, it is not possible to exceed 536,870,911 () experience in a single skill because of data type limits. Passing the maximum XP results in integer overflow, and the displayed value will wrap around to a very large negative number. It is possible to continue gaining experience afterwards. The effect of going from negative to positive experience (which would require gaining at least 1,073,741,822 experience) is not yet known. Only one person is currently known to have negative experience (in Thieving). The skills interface displays "Next level at: 83" – reaching this would most likely involve the client crashing or the level resetting from 99 to a low number. The reason for the limit being a quarter of the usual maximum for 32-bit singed integers (2,147,483,647) is precision. The number is divided by four before being displayed in order to allow for a limit set of possible experience values below 0 (0.25, 0.5, and 0.75). For example, killing a chicken gives 6.5 Hits XP, but the number beyond the decimal point is not displayed on screen.
  • Experience (or XP) is a general system used to raise various things. There are three kinds of experience that a player can gain: class, profession, and guild (in addition a player's mount can also gain XP). Class and profession experience helps to advance the player's character and profession level, while guild experience helps to advance the level of the player's guild. Class experience is gained by defeating monsters, completing quests, and using certain scrolls. Profession experience is gained by practising your profession and using certain scrolls. Guild experience is only gained by donating experience points from members defeating monsters.
  • Experience is a gameplay mechanic in Empire: Total War.
  • Experience, også kendt som Exp eller XP, er måden hvorpå man måler fremskridt i en skill. Man får experience ved at gennemføre opgaver der er forbundet med ens skill. Efter at have opnået en bestemt mængde af experience, går man i level i pågældende skill.
  • Characters gain experience (XP) by defeating and completing . With enough experience a character will level up granting more health and more mana as well as access to better equipment and training to acquire special . * Note that when you level up, you keep any XP earned so far. If you have 100 XP, it will take 300 XP more to reach level 3. * Base HP/MP is (Y x 5) + 20 where Y = current level * Experience needed is (Y x Y) x 100 where Y is your current level
  • A farmer has a certain amount of experience. When certain amounts of experience are reached, a farmer can advance to the next level, where more market items, gifts and other features become available. A farmer can see their own experience in a bar at the top of the page. The amount of the bar filled in is relative to how close the farmer is to reaching their next level. The star at the end of the bar shows a player their level. At the bottom of the screen is a list of a player's neighbors. A player is able to see the level and experience of each of his neighbors from here. After a farmer reaches Level 35, they will require an extra File:XP-icon.png experience for each level. A farmer needs 433,000 experience to reach level 70. After level 70, the amount needed increases by 500 xp each level, so 10,500 xp for level 71, 11,000 for level 72, et. cetera. On June 30th, 2011, XP for FarmCash was released into the Market. 50, 200 and 1000 XP could be purchased for 5, 10 and .
  • Experience (also known as EXP) is a secondary stat accumulates with kills and completed Quest levels. Once a player accumulates enough experience, he will level up, allowing him to access new Quests and Equipment.
  • Experience is a stat of a weapon that usually determines how strong is the weapon. In the case of the Nemesis, leveling up actually greatly decreases its overall performance. The Blade's throwing distance at Level 2 is slightly shorter than it is at Level 1, but it is more powerful. As for the Spur, the "shoot button" must be held down to charge it to level up, and energy crystals just make it charge faster. Unlike most games, the player loses experience if they take damage, and experience does not carry over from weapon to weapon. All weapons have 3 levels. The experience bar of each weapon is the yellow bar atop the health bar in the top-left corner of the screen. Next to the bar is the current weapon's level. If a bar gets completely full it moves onto the next level, and after filling level 3's gauge, added experience allows an extra bar to be filled, showing the word "MAX" on the bar. This does not level up the weapon, but it acts as a buffer to prevent being reduced to level 2 on the first hit. Similarly, a weapon's experience depletes until it reaches level 1 with no experience. If Quote obtained Arms Barrier, the experience loss when damage is taken is halved. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Experience (ervaring), vaak verkort tot Exp of XP, geeft aan hoever de vooruitgang is van een skill. Je krijgt het over het algemeen door de skill uit te oefenen. Na het verzamelen van een bepaalde hoeveelheid experience krijgt de speler een hoger level in de betreffende skill, wat vaak resulteert in nieuwe vaardigheden.
  • Experience is gained through completing Dungeons, PvP or by completing certain missions and is required in order to gain levels. Some items will increase experience gained, such as Queen's Jewel, QuQu Helmets, New Continent Gem, Slime Helmets, and Turtle Shells. Sometimes, there are events that will increase experience gained from dungeons and PvP, either for one character, or for all of them. The current level cap is 85.
  • Experience : (engl.) Erfahrungspunkte. Dies sind die Punkte, die ein Charakter für das Töten von Monstern oder das Lösen von Quests bekommt. Je mehr Erfahrungspunkte ein Charakter bekommt, desto höher steigt er im Level auf. Kategorie:Begriffsklärung Kategorie:Abkürzungen
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  • Experience is retrieved from monsters when they are killed. A player levels up his or her stats when they get a certain amount of experience. A player can view how much experience he needs, and how much he currently has, by typing /exp when in-game. Each of the four stats are leveled up independently of each other, and experience from monsters differ as to which stat it goes to. The type of experience a monster gives can be determined by the letter that appears with it. For example, if a monster gives 150W exp, the 'W' would let the one who killed the monster know that the experience he recieved was for his 'Wisdom' stat. Each time you level up one of your stats, that specific stat needs more experience to level up again, and your experience resets to 0 for that stat.
  • Experience or EXP, is needed in order to increase a character's level. A level is gained when 100% of the required experience is obtained. How to gain Exp Experience can be gained from quest rewards, by killing monsters of a similar level or through PvP. For a comprehensive table of experience ratios for monsters of different colors, see Monster Color. Experience gained from monsters depends on the level difference between the monster and the player. For a comprehensive table listing the experience gained in each case, see Monster Experience Table. Exp Loss If a player is killed, they will lose experience. A player cannot lose a level but will instead remain at 0 EXP. When the Goddess's blessing is high less experience will be lost * 0% ~ 24% blessing is 5% exp loss. * 25% ~ 49% blessing is 2.5% exp loss. * 50% or more blessing is 0% exp loss. Experience Grind The amount of experience needed to level up changes depending on a character's mode. The rate of this experience is known as a 'grind'. For a full list of experience required to level up, see Experience Table. Experience from partying For experience penalty reduction for varying level differences in parties, see Experience Penalty.
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  • The following shows the amount of experience a character must earn to gain a level in their character class. All experience earned by multiple-class characters is divided by the number of classes. When a character has earned enough to gain a level for one class but not another, the Show command shows the highest level. Thus, a character who is a fighter/thief and has earned 1,800 experience points in each class (for a total of 3,600 XP) will display as being 2nd level. This is because they have earned that level as a thief, but not as a fighter. Their fighting abilities are still based on their being a 1st level fighter.
  • "Experience" is gained through completion of quests and killing mobs. It can also be lost on death past level 5. There are 2 bars you may notice, a blue line that fills rapidly, and a yellow bar that fills slowly once the blue line is made full. If you hover over your experience bar with your mouse it will tell you a percentage of how full it is completely.
  • Experience or EXP is obtainable reward points as part of a vital in-game system by which certain characters can progress through the game via level up. The system has a set number after each level up which has to be completely depleted to zero in order to progress to the next level. The set number can slowly be depleted after defeating enemies and different enemies provide different amounts of experience once they are defeated. The set number increases after each level up therefore meaning harder to reach the next level. Tech points are also obtainable reward points and work like experience points but are awarded when one uses various techniques in battle, like deflecting blows or exploiting enemy weaknesses.
  • | Image:Fan spirit Rose.png |This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it. |} For information about grinding spots in the game, see Training Spot. Experience, also known as EXP in-game, is gained every time the characters defeat a monster, certain unique monsters, or a boss. Like in other JRPGs, if one character gain enough experience they will increase their level by one.
  • Experience (Japanese: 経験値 Keiken-chi), also known as experience points or exp., are points the player will gain throughout the game. The player will receive experience points after successfully defeating opponents, turning in finished requests, clearing a chapter in the storyline, or after obtaining an experience crystal (which is sometimes dropped enemies). After a certain amount of experience points have been gained, the player will grow a level. Each subsequent level requires more experience to gain, until level 99 (200 with DLC), where the player will no longer gain experience. Each level will grant the player stat points and increase the player's base HP.
  • Fast alle Monster in Tibia geben Experience Points, wenn sie getötet werden. Die Anzahl der ergatterten Experience Points durch das Töten einer Kreatur hängt in etwa davon ab, wie schwierig es ist das Monster zu besiegen. So geben Penguins 1 Experience Point, und Infernatil 85.000. Es gibt auch einige Monster, die keine Experience Points geben, diese sind jedoch keine Herausforderung, denn sie greifen meist nicht an.
  • Levels are certain tiers of experience that, when achieved, unlock new content such as buildings, decorations, and quests, as well as certain jobs. The player is also rewarded with Donut(s), as well as a comment or quote from a character, usually directed at the player. The table below provides information on each level. As of May 18, 2016, the level-up system was revamped. A total of 939 levels were made available. Level 60 became the top level where new content is unlocked. Additionally, it became the last level where level-up screens are the same for every player; beyond that point level up quotes are randomly selected from a limited amount.The new levels where no new content is unlocked, got a severe drop in the amount of experience needed to progress. Levels 61 to 100 require each; levels 101 to 939 require each. The bonus levels that were traditionally associated with the top level now require only each instead of increasing by 20% until was reached. With the release of the Treehouse of Horror XXVII Event, several levels got a reduction on the amount of XP needed to level-up. The main item of most levels which usually unlock the character for that level got a reduction in price as well as in building time. Levels 53 to 60 loss the multiplier that increased items costs as well as amount of XP needed.
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  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress towards higher Levels. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level, which not only results in higher Hit points and more practices but also affects many other areas. Experience is earned solely through combat, whether against mobs or other player characters.
  • Experience (XP) in all games of the Diablo series is a numerical value that is used to determine when you reach the next character level, also known as "leveling up". Every newly created character starts at level 1 with no experience. Each time you, or a member of your party (whether it be your hireling, your minion(s), pets, followers or another player) kills a monster, you gain a certain number of experience points. The higher is your level, the more experience you will need to advance to the next level. In turn, more challenging enemies and quests award more experience, but generally, you will need to spend more time on each level to get the next character level. There are two places where you can view your current amount of experience. One place is at the top of the Character Screen. In Diablo II and Diablo III, the other place is the Experience Bar found on the user interface at the bottom of the screen (see image below). When your character reaches the amount of experience needed for the next level, he/she will "level up." The moment this happens, you will hear a special sound, and in Diablo III, you will also see a message, accompanies by graphics. In addition, the moment you level up, you gain full Life and Mana (or any other resources). With each level up, heroes in Diablo I and Diablo II gain 5 stat points that can be allocated to attributes. Diablo II characters also gain 1 skill point that you can use to acquire a new or upgrade a skill they already have (the gray cross buttons on the user interface will become red. Image:Notification.jpg ). In Diablo III, heroes will automatically gain 3 of their primary stat, 2 Vitality and 1 in other stats, and unlock one or more of their skills (or runes for existing skills). Paragon experience in Diablo III is slightly different (and is of blue color), but otherwise follows the same rules, awarding one Paragon point instead of normal stat bonus. Stat, Paragon and skill points earned can be allocated by opening your Character Screen. Paragon points are allocated through the menu accessible via the blue button atop of character stats. In Diablo II, your mercenary/hireling will gain experience as well, though only in the expansion can you see the actual experience of a hireling. They can not, however, increase their experience if they are the same level as you. Furthermore, they only gain experince from monsters you or your minions kill, and of course monsters they kill themselves. A bonus applies if the hireling does the kill. From version 1.10 and ahead there's a penalty to your experience gain from level 70 and up, where you from level 95 gain less than 10% of the actual experience. This was implented to make it more challenging to reach the maximum level 99. In Diablo III, followers do not need to earn experience: they level up automatically the moment the character that leads them gains a new level. All three followers level up simultaneously.
  • Almost all creatures in Necronia give some experience points when they are slain. The amount of experience points earned by killing a creature depends roughly on how difficult it is to defeat that creature. It varies from a Rat up to the Toxic Dragon. There are also a lot different kind of bosses in Necronia, which might wield even more experience. There are also some creatures that give no experience at all, those are no challenge to kill since they don't fight back when attacked. All characters start without experience points when they first enter the game, on a small island south of Rookgaard. By doing Lea's Test Quest they get experience, on Rookgaard they can kill monsters which give experience, which can become a very large number. The experience is represented by a characters level. On the official website is the full experience table where is listed how much experience is needed to reach a certain level. Find out more about your experience by using the Experience Formula.
  • To increase levels, your brute needs experience. There are only two ways to gain experiences: 1. * Fighting in the Arena, however, fighting is tiresome and your brute can only fight 3 times per day (6 times for the first day). 2. * Acquire quantified pupils If you win a battle against a comparable Brute, you get 2 exp. Otherwise 1 exp. If you win a battle against a non-comparable Brute, you get 1 exp. Otherwise ?? exp. When you get a quantified pupil, you get 1 exp. When your pupil levels up, you get 1 exp too. A comparable brute must be at least -2 levels or higher than yours, and does not play the game from the same IP address (?). A quantified pupil is intended to be a true newcomer who joins this game by your invitation. The system checks upon creation to see if you create pupils yourself or a few experienced players keep creating pupils for one another. See How to pupil guide for details.
  • Similar to the masses of other MMOs, Lunia revolves around experience points, which are gained in order to level up your character. You can gain experience by killing monsters, other players (see PvP), and completing quests. Another way is to complete stages, after which you gain a small amount of experience. Finding secret areas in stages also gives a small amount of experience. There're two types of experience for two types of levels. One of which is your usual character level. The other is a "PvP level." Killing monsters, completing quest and stages, and finding secrete areas only give experience to your normal level. Killing other players in PvP arenas gives you "Fame," which is the equivalent of PvP experience. Obviously, you gain more fame by winning arena battles than losing them. Additionally, by overleveling it is possible to gain over the maximum amount of experience required for that level and level more than once, although it is extremely rare, it is possible. However, note that 900% experience at level 1 is only equal to that of 100% of level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and some degree of % of level 6. PvP Exp Points earned are based on war level, channel, kills, lives and the duration of the match, mainly. However it is not possible to exceed a certain amount of experience that is only possible to gain at that certain war level and the duration of the map, thus even by AFKing at a match for 24 hours and than killing your opponent, you will not gain a substantial large amount of PvP experience points.
  • Every player advances through the game by gaining experience points. The more experience points you have, the higher the level you can reach. Each master requires a certain level of experience before you can challenge them.
  • Experience in Wizard 101 is gained two ways: 1) By completing quests and 2) by simply dueling (not including Player versus Player). When a character gains enough Experience, or XP, he or she increases in level. See the Experience Chart for how much experience you need to go up levels and the Level Chart to see how much Health and Mana and Power Pip Chance you get for going up levels.
  • Experience is obtained by playing either ranked or practice matches. You will receive experience regardless of winning or losing. Your current experience is shown by the purple star icon on the main screen. Unlike rating, experience does not decrease.
  • Skoraj vse pošasti v Tibii dajo nekaj experience points ko jih ubijete. Število experience pointov dobljenih od ubijanja pošasti je odvisno od moči pošasti ki jo ubijete. Experience pointi se gibljejo od Pingvina ki da le 1 experience point pa tja do Infernatila ki da približno 85,000 experience pointov ko je ubit. Obstajajo tudi pošasti ki ne dajejo experience pointov, te pošasti ni zahtevno ubiti saj ne napadajo. Vsi characterji začnejo brez experience points ko se prvič vključijo v igro, na majhnem otoku klicanem Rookgard. Ko delaš zečetniške naloge npr.:The Beginning Quest dobiš 'experience points', v Rookgaardu lahko pobijate pošasti ki dajo experience points, ki lahko postane zelo veliko število. Experience points predstavljajo characterjev level. Na uradni strani je celotna experience tabela kjer je napisano koliko experience points je potrebnih za določen level. Na PvP-Enforced svetovih, lahko pridobite experience points z ubijanjem ostalih igralcev. Ugotovi več o svojih izkušnjah v Experience Formuli.
  • Experience is a feature from Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Link can acquire experience by defeating enemies, collecting P Bags or returning Crystals to palaces. If an enemy drops a P Bag or a Magic Jar upon defeat then Link will not receive experience from that enemy. Upon reaching a certain threshold, Link will be given the option to level up one of three stats. The power of his sword, the rate at which his Heart Meter drops or the rate at which his Magic Meter drops. In the NSTC and PAL versions of the game, Link can choose to ignore the current stat he can level up and retain his experience to try and level up another stat. However once he has the opportunity to level up all three of his stats, he must select one in order to continue. In the original Japanese version, Link could choose to ignore leveling up his stats however if he does not level up his stats evenly, then all his stats will reset to the number of the lowest stat upon obtaining a Game Over. In all versions of the game, getting a Game Over will also reduce Link's current experience to zero. The maximum number Link can get in any of his stats is Level 8. If Link gets enough experience to level up at any point afterwards then he will instead obtain an extra life. The number of experience points gained depends on the enemy and the P Bag but experience gained from clearing a palace will always give Link enough experience to level up. The experience necessary to level up through out the game increases as Link levels up meaning a lot more experiences is required to gain a level when a stat is at 7 than when a stat is at 1. To compensate, Link fights more powerful enemies that give more experience and in a higher frequency as the game goes on. Some enemies such as Tinsuits and Moas can reduce Link's experience when hit but will not cause him to lose any stat gains he has obtained.
  • Experience, or EXP (Exp. Points in game), is required for Pokémon to level up and increase their attack power. Each level will increase their attack power by a small amount, and the max level is 10. However, as of the 3DS update v1.3 and Mobile update v1.6, certain Pokémon max levels can be raised by using Raise Max Levels. EXP can be obtained by using Exp. Boosters S/M/L on Pokémon, or from attempting stages. The Pokémon that are used to attempt the stage will receive EXP based on the specific stage and the percentage of the target's HP they managed to deplete. Thus, if the player clears the stage, their current team's members will each receive the full stage EXP. Additionally, the Pokémon that matched the most icons will receive the crown bonus, meaning they will receive double the stage EXP. The crown bonus is not awarded if the player fails to clear the stage. The EXP given per stage follows these rules: * Main Stages: Usually, EXP = Moves provided to clear the stage * Expert Stages: 10 * Special Stages: Usually 5 Received EXP can also be increased by using the item Exp. Points x1.5. Some notable stages to help with farming EXP are Victini, Snorlax, Ampharos, and Buneary. This table shows the required EXP for leveling up, which depends on the Pokémon's base power and its current level:
  • This may be accomplished in two ways: 1. * Killing demons 2. * Completing a quest that awards an EXP bonus
  • Experience, commonly abbreviated as Exp or XP, is a measure of progress in a certain skill. It is usually obtained by performing tasks related to that skill. After gaining a certain amount of experience, players will advance to the next level in that skill, which can result in new abilities, among other things.
  • Experience is a basic stat. Each mercenary, plus the main character, has an individual experience score. As experience increases to certain points, those mercenaries increase their levels. See Leveling for more. Increasing a level adds one bonus point and one skill point. You can increase experience gained by looting some Lucky Loot items.
  • This section shows how much sexperience you earn when you complete a battle. The maximum experience you can get from a team event is 300-316 and in showdown is 300-314, in the double experience event these values are simply doubled (600-632).
  • Experience, often abbreviated XP, is gained from completing quests, killing NPCs, crafting and gathering. This experience go towards a characters overall level, with each level having a required amount of experience to level up.
  • Experience or XP (File:M-xp.png) is a way of rewarding you for your progress and evolution in-game. Purchasing , , , completing and welcoming are all possible ways to earn experience. When enough experience is obtained, you will move onto a new level and the experience bar is reset. Levels are certain tiers of experience that, when achieved, unlock new content such as , , and , as well as certain jobs. You will also be rewarded with Gems and Magic.
  • Experience is a point system that controls when a player may gain a level. The experience shown in game is different than most console-based RPGs, in that it is shown as a percentage, as opposed to a number. For example, your experience points would be shown as 80% instead of 800 (out of 1000). When your experience exceeds 100%, you gain a level. Having your experience at 100% will not gain you a level due to rounding errors. Experience can be gained in two ways: by killing mobs (the process of which is called grinding), and by completing quests (not all quests will reward you with experience though). With very few exceptions, quests will generally give you 5% experience. Experience is lost when a player dies, unless they use a Huatuo's Panacea, but the amount lost depends on where they want to revive. The amount lost is decreased if the player has a premium package. * On-the-spot: 15% (10% with premium) * At an inn: 5% (3% with premium) * In the clan base: (awaiting confirmation)
  • Experience gained before level 40 will go toward leveling up the Guardian. After achieving level 40, three Motes of Light will be granted for every 25,000 experience earned.[citation needed] Whether gaining experience before or after level 40, an equal amount of experience is given to equipped weapons, armor, and subclasses. Experience earned from killing enemies that are a lower level than the Guardian are significantly reduced. The following table shows how much additional experience is required to level up from the previous level:
  • Experience, denoted by the abbreviation XP, strengthens characters by level-up when acquired. XP can be gained through defeating enemies and crafting new weapons and items. All characters begin with 0 XP, leveling up after gaining 50 XP, then 100 XP, then 150 XP, etc., the number increasing with each successive level.
  • Experience is the measure of time a pirate has put into a certain puzzle. Each pirate's experience is recorded and shown on that pirate's info page, as well as being listed on the ultimate list. In addition to tracking puzzle experience, players are ranked on puzzle skill, which is displayed side-by-side with experience on the ultimate list. If a challenge to a game of Swordfighting, Drinking, Rumble, or Treasure Drop is not rated then it will not count toward your experience. Each level of experience takes longer to achieve than the previous. While it's generally agreed that each successive experience level takes twice as long as the one before, the amount needed to reach the next level is not revealed to players. Experience has an effect on the amount of scores needed for a pirate to get one's skill rank up or down. The higher experience the pirate has in a puzzle, the less the score affects the player's skill rank. In keeping with the Ringers' philosophy of avoiding the display of numbers in the game, each level of experience is given a descriptive word. From low to high, they are: * Novice * Neophyte * Apprentice * Narrow * Broad * Solid * Weighty * Expert * Paragon * Illustrious * Sublime * Revered * Exalted * Transcendent
  • Experience is primarily accrued by defeating enemies and completing missions. However, defeating enemies that are much lower in Level from your character will result in zero XP.
  • Experience in Darelth is awarded on a more story-oriented basis, instead of using the straight combat experience of D&D. In fact, while combat experience is still awarded, it is reduced by one-half. The remaining experience is awarded for attendance, acheiving adventure goals, completing story arcs, unusually good roleplaying, and campaign support. Each of these non-combat awards may be a minor, regular, or major award. Adventure Goal award You receive one regular XP award every time the party completes a goal of the adventure, if your character participated in acheiving that goal. Adventure Goal awards use the Average Party Level as the character level. Attendance award You receive one regular XP award per session for attendance. You receive combat XP if your character participates in the session (even if you cannot attend), but the attendance award is for your attendance only. Attendance awards use the Average Party Level as the character level. Campaign Support award You receive one minor XP per session you demonstrate progress on whatever you have decided to do to help the campaign experience or the GM. This could be game aids, gm tools, story hours, session notes, websites, world background, or anything else that you dedicate off-session time to help the campaign with. Combat XP The normal, CR-based, D&D experience. The amount listed in the tables is reduced by one-half. Your character gains Combat XP for any session in which he participates, regardless of your attendance. End-of-Arc award You receive one major XP award when the party completes a major story arc, which spans multiple adventures, if your character participated in the story arc. End-of-Arc rewards use the Average Party Level as the character level. Roleplay award You receive one minor XP award for exceptionally good in-character roleplay. You can gain no more than 3 per session, and you must obviously be in attendance. XP Award (Minor) 50 XP/level of your character. Awarded for roleplaying and campaign support. XP Award (Major) 250 XP/level of your character. Awarded at the end of a story arc. XP Award (Regular) 100 XP/level of your character. Awarded for attendance and adventure goals.
  • La Level Experience viene incrementata principalmente uccidendo i mostri, ma anche craftando o completando le Quest messe a disposizione degli NPC.
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