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Where Is The Level Cap?

Discussion in 'Chapter 2 - Making Characters' started by Gorm Fleshmender, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. Gorm Fleshmender

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    Does the level cap at 500 000 points or do characters progress beyond that as normal?
     
  2. Ralik Ravenwolf

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    500000 as I understand it is level cap
     
  3. Pathurs Xanatov

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    Technically, there is no "level cap".

    However there are no more skill slots passed the 500k skill slot.

    Afterwhich, you can still gain experience, but I believe Artenen Aeolus is using prestige to "level up" in a roleplay "Look what I did" kind of way
     
  4. Artenen Aeolus

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    Correct, The system was designed to sorta max out at 500k XP as we didn't want a rulebook that was 500 pages... instead, it's thought that instead of players competing over "who has the most skills" the system was adjusted a few years ago to include prestige as "the final frontier" of this game. Prestige is earned, not bought. It comes from going to games and holding in-game titles. Essentially, prestige becomes the meat and potatoes because it's driven without end via the players, not the system or host. We're about the story over all else because otherwise we become too rules heavy and complex.