Untraining in denominations. (in General)

Atomicboy [The Knighthood] September 21 2007 4:07 AM EDT

We can train exp with many different options. (ex 1/2,1/3 etc..) Could we untrain in smaller denominations or possibly by level? Would make adjusting a strat easier.

Kong Ming September 21 2007 4:14 AM EDT

Think it has been proposed before.

AdminNightStrike September 21 2007 4:20 AM EDT

I think it's not allowed on purpose.

QBJohnnywas September 21 2007 4:23 AM EDT

It's pretty easy to adjust your strat as it stands now. You just have to pay for it in XP. Denomination retrains would allow you to retain more XP, effectively avoiding penalty.

Flamey September 21 2007 10:19 AM EDT

training in different fractions or whatever is more efficient, so why's that there? It should just be max the, if all we can do is untrain in one blow, we need to be able to train in one blow.

QBsutekh137 September 21 2007 10:22 AM EDT

Flamey, I don't follow your logic. Why would anyone expect symmetry between training and untraining? Read JW's post. Untraining would be that much more easy if it could be incremental. It needs to have _some_ cost associated with it, and that cost is that you take the untrain percentage on ALL of amount. Makes sense, because if you committed a lot to a single stat, then it probably took a while. If it was a ll a mistake, why keep training?

Flamey September 21 2007 10:24 AM EDT

/me runs away crying.

QBsutekh137 September 21 2007 10:27 AM EDT

No need to cry, man! *smile* I'm just asking about the expectation in order to clarify it (because I am maybe (likely) missing something)...

Flamey September 21 2007 10:28 AM EDT

You made me feel silly because you're absolutely right.

QBsutekh137 September 21 2007 11:35 AM EDT

Well, I might have a point, but the word "right" is pretty strong. The world is gray. *smile*
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