Can a Wizard, Fighter or Monk take past life purchasable feats as their class feat(s)?
Slighty off topic but, where is the exact XP requirement increase for 34 and 36 point reincarnates listed? I saw it cited as a 1.6x penalty during testing, but was also told it was decreased once the limit on number of reincarnates was removed.
I have not seen anything official stated by a developer since then. Is it 1.3x for 34 and 1.6x for 36? Less, more?
An exact value would be appreciated. It would be very helpful to know what length of time Im committing to doing a reincarnate, so that myself and my guild have some kind of estimate of when I can return to participating in events and such. Something like 10% more xp is far different from 60% more xp.
Thanks in advance for a reply devs, or if anyone can point me in the right direction of something more recent than early october.
Well to answer my own question, I found this elsewhere as of today. I am not sure it is correct, but it is something. If anyone could confirm this I would appreciate it.
Regular level 20: 1,900,000
1st Reincarnate level 20: 3,139,102
2nd Reincarnate level 20: ?
That is indeed a 1.65 (about) increase in XP needed for the first one. I shudder to think of the second ones, especially for anyone trying to get 3 of the class feats let alone completionist. It really seems like too much.
People are going to need to choose between leveling 2 new characters or 1 older character to gain 10 hp, and that is an awfully steep cost. Itd be nice to see the totals toned down to something a bit more reasonable, and just have the folks in the midst of leveling now gain some levels up to their new total upon log in. Just my 2 cents, that 2nd reincarnate is going to be brutal...
Also, would the same apply to the purchasable feats? Since he was an even split between fighter and wizard, he would only be able to purchase the feats from the dominant class (read: icon which shows up next to his name while in party)?
Basically I'm wondering if a multiclass character reincarnates (say a 12 fighter/6 ranger/2 monk), he would only get the passive feat and only be able to select the purchasable feat from the fighter class, correct?
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Can you take the wizard past life feat as a class feat?
Same question for the fighter one.
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Those past life feats should be slightly improved and balanced. The ranger one is ridiculous.
Last edited by Richtenfaust; 12-03-2009 at 08:48 PM.
I think the passive barbarian feat should give +2 intimidate as well as 10 hp.
Also, regarding the barbarian past life feat... 30 seconds of rage is just way too short (followed by 60 seconds of fatigue)
Either get rid of the fatigue part or bump this up to 60 seconds please (I prefer the latter option).
Feats are precious...
Now do these occupy a general feat slot (compete with toughnss for example) or can I take them as a class feat. I am really hoping its the latter, not worth sacrificing a toughness on my fighter for +4 to hit clicky....
I propose renaming this Past CLASS feats, Past LIFE would indicate some kind of bonus for being a certain race as well
e.g. Have some sort of ability to shrug off damage or be immune to fts and hold due to previous life as a wf.
I think that would be consistent with the past life idea.
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