Can we change something in the way we train? (in General)

AdminShade May 7 2008 1:16 AM EDT

Atm we can select by exp and by level.

However the by level will level you up to the level you enter, not the level you want to have trained... so when you have 3,499,999 HP you type that in, instead of wanting to train 99,999 HP.

Could we have a train by level so we can enter the amount of points we want to train and the game calculates the exp it takes?

Daz May 7 2008 1:28 AM EDT

You can do that with the by exp... open calculator. 99,999 * 12 = 1199988 Exp. Then train that much.

QBOddBird May 7 2008 1:58 AM EDT

So say you have 300k HP.

You want to enter "100k HP" to get to 400k, rather than entering "400k?"

IMO that seems like it would make things more complicated, not less :P

Usul [CHOAM] May 7 2008 2:02 AM EDT

if you already know how much you want to train to, why is it harder to type the number? To me it's even more troublesome to minus out the difference yourself and key in just the difference.

AdminShade May 7 2008 4:49 PM EDT

Was just some wild thought of mine, would perhaps be nice if we could but if nobody has the same feeling then it must just be me... silly

QBsutekh137 May 7 2008 5:05 PM EDT

There is a bit of a consistency issue that I think Shade is pointing out:

Train by level uses a destination level to train to.

Train by experience asks for the amount of experience to train (not experience to train to).

The questions asked by the subsequent input boxes make clear what is being asked for, but it is a _slight_ inconsistency.

Perhaps the text in the dropdowns should make it clear by being worded:

"Train XP amount"
"Train to level"

Then the descriptions more closely match the question that gets asked, too.

Kind of nitpicky, but I think there is a small point there... *smile*
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