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Rune 50% exp 10 hour

Discussion in 'Archive' started by kalimotxo, Jan 26, 2012.

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  1. kalimotxo

    kalimotxo User

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    hi, sorry for my bad english. i have a problem, at this night i activate the rune of exp, and i have activate at passive skills, but i won the same exp!!!
    the problem was becouse i have vitality? or what?? thx
     
  2. simchajra

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    you get a bonus of 50% from the base exp you get. if you have vitality too then the boost might not be too noticeable. if you got pa and vitality then you might barely notice a huge difference. you sure you got completely the same exp with and without this rune?
     
  3. kalimotxo

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    sure, the same... i have pa and vit and get the same
     
  4. d3vianne

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    i expin in swampland only pa mobs gives me 600k exp with rune of exp 50% 10h.... they gives me 700-750k is this 50% exp?
     
  5. Umbarabumba

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    yea

    base 300k, pa +300k, rune +50% of base=150k so in total 750k
     
  6. d3vianne

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    nice explanation :p
     
  7. DaevaPain

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    it is quite clear
     
  8. DeepBlue

    DeepBlue Head Moderator (EU) Head moderator

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    closing and archiving thread, question answered.
     
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