Originally Posted by Chesters
Well, really, no one in their right mind would try training on a monster below their character's level, so we don't have to bother about that. However, I guess the best way to put monster experience is in a range by using the formula. (To get the lower range times the HP by 1.2, and to get the higher range just times it by 1.25)
So it would appear something like 600~625 exp.
The only thing really I'm worried about is the accuracy of the HP values of the monsters.
Ok so the formula for monsters above your own level is the same no matter what level you are, as long as you are lower than the monster, correct??
The formula just changes based upon level only if the monster is LOWER level than you..
I think thats right.
So in order to get the correct EXP for the monsters, all i'd have to do is kill those monsters with a character that is a lower level than the monster?
Melee/Skill Formula: Monsters HP * 1.2
Gun/Magic Formula: Monsters HP * 1.25
to get the correct EXP?
So if i get on my level 9 coon... Kill a blue penguin (level 11) with melee (Lets just say i killed it and it had approx. 450HP)
I would * that by 1.2 and get 540.
So that would mean blue penguins (in this example) give 540exp, correct?
it seems like theres something missing... ><
But anyway, the wiki for blue peng 450HP says Experience: 918.
So that'd be wrong right?
EDIT: I go back in the wiki to this page: http://www.mytrickster.net/wiki/inde...30&oldid=49173
Blue Peng's HP used to be 765. If i x1.2 by that it DOES come up to 918!!
So thats what im supposed to do right? just find out the hp and x by 1.2???