# Back and with a question. (in General)

## Drama[Just for fun]April 25 2007 4:53 PM EDT

Ok, I know you can't stop the 4 month duration of the NCB, but if I retire my NCB, will the BA I can buy still cost really expensive?

Lol sorry if my english is bad :-P

## BootyGodApril 25 2007 4:54 PM EDT

I don't believe so.

## QBRangerApril 25 2007 5:16 PM EDT

NO, it is it based on the MPR and NUB/NCB percentage of the highest active character you have.

## Drama[Just for fun]April 25 2007 5:26 PM EDT

So that means even if I retire my NCB, is ghost will still haunt my BA price.

## QBRangerApril 25 2007 5:27 PM EDT

Let's try again.

Highest ACTIVE character.

Retired characters are by definition, not active.

## BootyGodApril 25 2007 5:27 PM EDT

Highest ACTIVE character. I believe once it's retired, it no longer counts.

## QBRangerApril 25 2007 5:28 PM EDT

That is if you have no NUB/NCB characters active.

IE if BA costs for a regular character are 500, but you have a NCB 1/2 the MPR its BA costs will be higher and therefore be the BA costs you buy for all your characters.

## NerevasApril 25 2007 5:40 PM EDT

So to simplify their answer for you: If you retire your NCB, your BA cost will go back down. But it will still be based off your highest character, which for you use Belle-Ange with 377k MPR. However, the "inflated" cost caused by NCB will go away.

## Drama[Just for fun]April 25 2007 5:44 PM EDT

thanks, sorry about it, but I just want ed to be sure to understand it clearly before making my move.

thanks again :]

## AdminNightStrikeApril 25 2007 9:49 PM EDT

"So to simplify their answer for you: "

I think the simple answer to the original post is:

No

## Adminedyit[Superheros]April 25 2007 9:57 PM EDT

umm, i think the answer is yes NS if he retires his NCB then yes BA costs will be cheaper

## AdminNightStrikeApril 26 2007 2:40 AM EDT

You asked if it'd be expensive, not cheap. So the answer is no to expensive. If you asked "cheap", the answer would be yes.
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