Question About NCB BA Costs (in General)
March 6 2010 6:36 PM EST
K - My present chars BA cost is 1055 each.
When I start my next NCB, how long will it be before the cost per BA is above this figure?
Be a shame to just ditch Meet The Kittys - not the best build I've ever done, but I'm getting to quite like the old chap.
March 6 2010 6:38 PM EST
I'd say NCB BA cost more than that at like 200k MPR. Mine's like 5500 at 2.7M MPR.
I'm at 3.4k with 517k MPR...
March 6 2010 6:41 PM EST
At 550k MPR it is about 3600 a piece.
March 6 2010 7:01 PM EST
That link is to my NCB Diary for FGoD my Current Char. It should have a lot of infor that will help you with Costs :-)
March 7 2010 6:13 PM EST
hmmm, cheers Zen.
So, if I read correctly, after the first day or so it's going to cost me more to buy BA whether I keep my 2.5M MPR character or not.
All I hace to do is keep his score higher than a million or so and he'll be a decent source of income and storage slots.
The only real downside is the initial starting BA cost?
initial is cheaper, retire all characters and you can buy ba for like 15 cbd a pop, save up to 1600, THEN start your NCB
You lose a lot of potential ba while leaving your larger char unretired. The ncb will only get rewards based on his actual ba regen amount 10 or 9 as it will be through most of the early period. But you will only actually accrue 8 or 7 whatever your large character gets. so basically every 20 minutes you will be losing 1-3 ba.
once you get into the same ba regen zone, as well as the ba cost zone within that regen zone, then you can unretire your older character for good.
i must be sleepy already! the cost mini zone with the ba regen zone will not matter, so you just have to wait until they are in the same main ba regen zone. sorry if i confused the issue instead of clarifying!
March 8 2010 3:00 AM EST
lol - cheers for your help guys
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