How many 1* or 2* feeders does it take to level a 3*, 4*, or 5* hero?

This discussion to know how many 1* hero are needed to have a 3* hero lvl60? Considering the worst case (150xp/hero)?
Same question for a 4* and 5*.

And more again :grin::grin:… in using 2* heros. Thanks à lot.

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Here’s a list of XP required for various hero levels:


Here’s XP per feeder type:


For the number of feeders of a particular star level and color mix, you can just divide XP required by XP per feeder to figure out how many you’ll need.

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Well it’s not a question of the day, but do we know the number of 1 :dizzy: and 2 :dizzy: heroes that we need to level up completely 4* and 5* heroes? I know there is an experience calculation word document, but I need direct numbers of heroes needed. Thank you.

@Wodemas I moved your question to a thread that can help answer it. :slight_smile:

In the post above are XP requirements and feeder XP values — you can figure out how many feeders are needed for any particular combo from that with simple division.

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What would I do without you :slight_smile: is’t ok if I get my answer but there is no number just what I mentioned.

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Sorry, I didn’t follow this part — what did you mean?

I mean this; for 5* hero we need 500 of 1 start hero for 4* we need 300 etc.(same color of course) if we have this calculation I needed to know my storage

You just need to do the division.

Example:

4* XP to 4-70 is 167,592

1* matched-color feeders give 180 XP.

If you wanted to fully level a 4* Hero using matched-color 1*, you’d need:

167,592 / 180 = 932 matched-color 1* heroes

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I see better know thanks

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Well that’s not completely correct, cause you can’t use the full XP all the time because of needing to ascend in between :wink:

So technically, it’d be:

15,780/180 = 87.66 = 88 1* feeders to get to 1/40
25,536/180 = 141.87 = 142 extra 1* feeders to get to 2/50
42,555/180 = 236.42 = 237 extra 1* feeders to get to 3/60
83,721/180 = 465.12 = 466 extra 1* feeders to get to 4/70

Total 1* feeders needed = 88+142+237+466 = 933 1* feeders :stuck_out_tongue:

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Yeah, I figured that would require some extra but thought I’d keep it simple. I’m actually surprised it’s only one extra.

Thanks for doing the more precise math! :slight_smile:

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would you please do it for 2 * feeders two?

LOL lazy much? But sure! :smiley:

15,780/468 = 33.72 = 34 2* feeders to get to 1/40
25,536/468 = 54.56 = 55 extra 2* feeders to get to 2/50
42,555/468 = 90.93 = 91 extra 2* feeders to get to 3/60
83,721/468 = 178.89 = 179 extra 2* feeders to get to 4/70

Total 2* feeders needed = 34+55+91+179 = 359 2* feeders :stuck_out_tongue:

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I know :)… thanks nice work

To get an idea of the cost. If you wanted to take 5x heroes from 3/60 to 4/70, and all your feeders came from 1x TC2, and you had 2x TC20 running… the TC20’s would produce 27 more heroes while you’re doing that.

This isn’t mine so I’m not taking credit.
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I did some calculation on same color so it looks like they matches

3* 1.30= 9528 (1* -> 52.9 2* -> 20.3)
3* 2.40= 9528+ 15,105= 24,633 (1* -> 136.3 2* -> 52.6)
3* 3.50= 24,633+ 25,285= 49,918 (1* -> 277.3 2* -> 106.6)

4* 1.40 = 15,780 (1* -> 87.6 2* -> 33.7)
4* 2.50 = 15,780+ 25,536= 41,316 (1* -> 141.8 2* -> 88.2)
4* 3.60 = 41,316+ 42,555= 83,871 (1* -> 236.4 2* -> 90.9)
4* 4.70 = 83,871+ 83,721= 167,592 (1* -> 931 2* -> 358.1)

5* 1.50 = 26,810 (1* -> 148.9 2* -> 57.2)
5* 2.60 = 26,810+ 48,455= 75,265 (1* -> 269.1 2* -> 103.5)
5* 3.70 = 75,265+ 104,850= 180,115 (1* -> 1000,6 2* -> 224)
5* 4.80 = 180,115+ 173,484= 353,599 (1* -> 1964,4 2* -> 755,5)

I took a screenshot from an excel file which has the exp for each 3*/4*/5* level at each ascension, The sheet is dynamic in that, if you change the total exp (lets say 9528 for 3* 1-30 you change to 10,000), the values for 1 & 2* heroes changes. And to @Starlynk 's point, since exp doesn’t carry over to next level, there’s usually 1-2 more heroes per ascension due to exp rounding.

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omg I love you, saving this picture. Thanks to the creator whoever it may be.

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