Should have asked this right off.
What is MTL?
I hope it is not what I am thinking it is now, if it is I screwed up big time. But still fun.
Isn't is Max Tattoo Level?
I hope not, :(.
But, that is what I am thinking
if its not max tattoo level, maybe its Montreal?
It would definitely suck if he bought a plane ticket to Max Tattoo Level.
dang that is going to leave me in the cold.
That RoE is not growing at all. lol
May 6 3:47 PM EDT
It is max tattoo level. I don't think RoE's grow, they just concentrate exp.
atleast the roe help keeps the challenge bonus high!
it is not really that great or I would be hitting those guys at the top.
I do have a new plan. lol
Do not worry the last plan was not that good.
It is Max Tattoo Level, and this is based off of your character sheet, not the actual level of your tattoo.
What it represents is what your total possible tattoo level should be, in most cases higher MTL means you have more experience invested into a character then someone of equal MPR.
I feel its a better indicator of actual level, also from what I can tell MTL doesn't seem to drop nearly as much as MPR does during retrains. (though I haven't really tested it all that much honestly)
Now this is my understanding of it, for all I know I'm dead wrong.
May 6 10:05 PM EDT
Ha I thought I was a noob for wondering what MTL was. Was just gonna go for it and hope I achieved victory. But now I know!
thank for the reply Xenogard.
I now have clarity, I thought I was doing really bad.
Just goes to show you all. There is no such thing as a stupid question, unless I ask it.
I know some of you are laughing at me.
in most cases higher MTL means you have more experience invested into a character then someone of equal MPR.
I don't think I fully understand this statement, but I also think it's wrong :)
MTL is based on your VPR. VPR is the same as MPR when all your experience is trained. MTL dictates the biggest tattoo you may wear. Tattoos higher than your MTL will function like a tattoo equal in level as your MTL.
Ah, so that's what he meant.
Ok, statement redacted.
I didn't connect XP invested into a character as differentiating between MPR and VPR.
Actually his statement is incorrect. Having a higher MTL than someone equal level MPR would mean you have less experience train. As you would have a lot of experience saved up.
^ That's actually the part I was curious about. Oh well like I said I could be wrong, or partially wrong ;p
I think his statement is ok. It's a little ambiguous, though. He said "XP invested into a character". That can easily mean total XP, trained or untrained.
In the future, Xeno, just say VPR :) :)
Ah that is a good point NS. Didn't think of it that way.
May 7 7:21 PM EDT
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