Prize Power Levels

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Gut
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15 June, 2017, 11:35 PM UTC

I've seen lists that state the power of a Prize, but have since lost it.  I also have seen (in this forum) a pretty good formula saying it was something the cube of the level plus a value (ie [67]^3+X).


If I wanted to know how much power was needed to conquer a Prize or have a good approximation, what is the calculation or known value for it?
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16 June, 2017, 1:01 AM UTC

http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html


ignore reward columns
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Gut
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21 June, 2017, 10:14 PM UTC
Mule said:

http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html


ignore reward columns

You got two upvotes, one mine, but this is a formal "thanks!"
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22 June, 2017, 5:22 PM UTC

Gut said:


Mule said:


http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html



ignore reward columns

You got two upvotes, one mine, but this is a formal "thanks!"

Dont ignore the reward column - it can be very accurate

and try clicking the prize strength (blue numbers) altho this is not so good for red prizes because it lists the wrong units
Greetings, Professor Falken
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22 June, 2017, 10:49 PM UTC
Gut said:

Mule said:

http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html


ignore reward columns

You got two upvotes, one mine, but this is a formal "thanks!"
u welcome
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22 June, 2017, 10:50 PM UTC
Snowgoon said:

Gut said:


Mule said:


http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html



ignore reward columns

You got two upvotes, one mine, but this is a formal "thanks!"

Dont ignore the reward column - it can be very accurate

and try clicking the prize strength (blue numbers) altho this is not so good for red prizes because it lists the wrong units
Ignore it, since now there are small and big rewards.
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25 June, 2017, 5:51 PM UTC

Mule said:


Snowgoon said:


Gut said:


Mule said:


http://pirates.playtamin.com/infestations.html



ignore reward columns

You got two upvotes, one mine, but this is a formal "thanks!"

Dont ignore the reward column - it can be very accurate

and try clicking the prize strength (blue numbers) altho this is not so good for red prizes because it lists the wrong units
Ignore it, since now there are small and big rewards.

The small rewards should be ignored, unless you are keeping complicated speadsheets in an attempt to predict when big rewards will be paid out.

The main purpose of hitting prizes is the big rewards, so it helps to know what to expect
Greetings, Professor Falken
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