How much does a NCB cost? (in General)
The char is an hour old, with only 327 wins, paying $1,868 per BA... That's over twice what my 1.3m MPR char had to pay, right out the gate... How much would a full run at an NCB cost now?
April 15 2008 1:10 AM EDT
probably... as someone said 100mill
April 15 2008 1:34 AM EDT
Should be more than 100mil... Too much.
April 15 2008 1:44 AM EDT
More than however much you own.
April 15 2008 1:49 AM EDT
BA price is based on PR/MPR, isn't it? Considering I'm at about halfway to what the norm used to be in terms of final NCB MPR, and I'm paying $4,001/BA bought..
It would be about $92 million ($92,160,000) if I took this price right now as an average, buying BA everyday. Based on the 8/20 refresh of an additional 192 bought BA.
Mmm. And then add another $100 million+ for hired minions :D.
April 15 2008 2:42 AM EDT
I am currently at 168 BA for 5,798 each, which equates to $974,064 per day for purchasing BA. Since that number will increase and I still have roughly 58 or so days left on my NCB, I am figuring it will cost me another 65 mil just for BA costs.
I have easily spent that much so far with items, minions and BA costs.
I would say to make a decent run as a mage, it will cost you roughly 120 mil, as a tank that number is probably twice as high considering you need to keep your ENC in check and add to your damage output to compete at the higher MPR levels.
April 15 2008 4:02 AM EDT
981,223 MPR : "...up to 192 BA for $4,224 apiece"
April 15 2008 4:03 AM EDT
P.S. That's at NCB (xp only) 438%
April 15 2008 8:20 AM EDT
What is the proposed cost if you stay with one minion throughout and then purchase 3 minions (at 30-40 mill a piece ?)
April 15 2008 8:34 AM EDT
think its like 150mill for the whole NCB... and then another lets say 60mill per minion = 150 + 60x3 = 180 + 150 = 330mill ? i think its a very over estimation
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