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09-25-2009   #1 (permalink)
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I saw a screenshot and a tutorial of this with the old UI on a different version. Is it still possible in Season 4? If so, how? I couldn't find it anywhere in My Room or Pangya Shop. :l

I'm probably blind or something.
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I saw a screenshot and a tutorial of this with the old UI on a different version. Is it still possible in Season 4? If so, how? I couldn't find it anywhere in My Room or Pangya Shop. :l

I'm probably blind or something.
Upgrading skills is easy. Go to your room, and look for arrows that point up and down. Usually, if you are a Rookie, just upgrade your power once, and control once. Once you get to higher ranks, you should start messing with your stats a bit more. Please note the following, however:

As a Rookie, the max amount of power points you can have without a penalty is 20 power. As you go up in ranks, you can have higher power (+1 more point for each rank. Your next rank is Beginner, if you are a Rookie, or Junior, if you are a Beginner. The penalty is -1 control and -1 accuracy for every point you go past your maximum amount of points. Example. 23 power on a Rookie would mean -3 control and -3 accuracy. A good base drive, later on, is 250yds. I started using a 250yd drive when I hit Senior rank. You most certainly can go higher. But it's suggested you be careful how far you go over. It's really up to you, however. I know GMTiramiss has a 298 yard drive, but only 17 control.
 
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Thanks for the detailed response. I actually just figured it out a while earlier before reading this (and that happens to me a lot). D:

But your pointers are nice. I didn't know about how much control/acc suffers per power point over max.
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