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Ship XP and Elite status

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[ELITO]
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Why is the experience of the ship and still counting after studying elite status?

Can it be adjusted?

Thanks!

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Modder, Alpha Tester
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Once a ship reaches Elite status you can use Doubloons to convert XP from that ship to Free XP

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You can convert the xp to Free xp using dubloons. 

 

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[ELITO]
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Thanks, but why ship XP continues up after the elite status, whether it be stopped?

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Modder, Alpha Tester
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That is why it continues to build up XP, why would you want to stop gaining XP on any vessel? You can't stop earning XP on a ship until you stop playing it completely.

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[ELITO]
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So on and the game "World of tanks", after elite status ships that go all the experience of the captain, there is no need to experience after the next ship tier explored

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The only information you really need: the ship will gather XP even after elite and you can fully ignore it - pretend it's not even there

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So on and the game "World of tanks", after elite status ships that go all the experience of the captain, there is no need to experience after the next ship tier explored

 

Except you can convert the XP to free XP with money if you wish. Or not. So that's why it's there. 

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Modder, Alpha Tester
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Except on premium ships iirc.

 

No, he means the check box you tick in WoT that sends all XP to the crew. This is not a thing in WoWS

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Beta Tester
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why isnt this implemented yet?

 

we really need to have a use for the useless exp we are gathering.

if this is your way of luring people to pay to convert it, than that is wrong.

if people want to convert it they wont accelerate or whatever at least give the option to choose it.

 

i would really like to know how what or when something for this useless exp is gonna be implemented.

i personally would prefer accelerated captain training. since that would make for a usefull option.

it might make you earn less profit though. but it would show that you care about something else than profit and that would be a nice gesture.

 

can one of the devs comment on this?

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[RONIN]
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Probably because in WoT it takes a really really long time to train up a crew properly, taking literally hundreds if not thousands of games if you want to have a full 6 skill crew. As your crews start off at 75% unless you pay gold it can be a large amount of games before they even get 1 skill, particularly if they swap vehicles as you go up the tiers. With WoWS you can start them with 3 skills, and getting up to a 10 point captain isn't a huge effort.

If they had accelerated training then it would be pretty easy to get to 18 points

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[CATS]
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if this is your way of luring people to pay to convert it, than that is wrong.

It is wrong that programmers need to eat and have a roof over their head?

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As Xevious says, in WoT you have a crew, not just 1 man, and the amount of EXP needed to level your captain up is relatively low... especially if you use a premium with its added XP generation.  There is no need for ACT in WoWs.

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Probably because in WoT it takes a really really long time to train up a crew properly, taking literally hundreds if not thousands of games if you want to have a full 6 skill crew.

Well, that doesn't really differ from getting 18 skill points in WoWS.

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[OSC]
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Well, that doesn't really differ from getting 18 skill points in WoWS.

 

wanted to say this...

whoever is saying that getting even 15 pts captain is FAST is out of his mind... (except if you are using doubloons/premium/flags etc, but once again it will cost you money)

 

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It is wrong that programmers need to eat and have a roof over their head?

 

You did mean that as a tongue in cheek joke ?

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15/18 point captains aren't fast. They take a long time. But I feel WoT takes longer (although arguably having 6 skills per crew could then equate to a lot more different skills on a tank if they all took individual ones instead of brothers in arms/camo).

However 1/3 point captains are instant in this. And a 6 point captain  is a handful of games.

A ten point captain is about 40 games on a premium ship with premium account.

 

After 10 points it becomes a longer grind to get to 15 for the 5th skill.

 

So no, atm 15 points is not fast. But the combination of premium ship + premium time + accelerated training (all xp goes to.captain) would make that fast.

The people that would benefit the most would be people with premium ships, which would push them towards p2w

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