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 … in using 2* heros. Thanks à lot.

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 … 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 and 2 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.

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 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

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

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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!

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would you please do it for 2 * feeders two?

LOL lazy much? But sure!

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

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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.

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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