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User
6 December, 2017, 11:45 PM UTC

My b/h's bastion has been downgraded to level 0 but is under downgrade protection! That's encouraging. The whole bastion thing is just discouraging if you are in a small b/h because someone from the big b/hs attacks them every single time there is a bastion showdown. I think that there needs to be a rethink.
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7 December, 2017, 7:47 AM UTC
Just upgrade to level 5 and never put any units on it. That's what I did in my one man BH.
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User
15 December, 2017, 1:13 AM UTC

Thanks for that.

My question would be, how many stone blocks would you need to go from level 0 to level 5?

Just so I don't come up short.
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16 December, 2017, 12:07 AM UTC

I forgot, sorry. One needs 16800 for level 6. Can you tell me how many you need for level 1? Maybe I can retrace it from there (I think it was linear).

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User
16 December, 2017, 11:31 PM UTC

Level 1 costs 800 stones, I think that level 2 is 2400 and level 3 is 4800.
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17 December, 2017, 6:47 PM UTC

That seems too slow. It's more likely 3200 stones more per each next level, i.e.,

• Level 1: 800 (400 rubies),
• Level 2: 4000 (2000 rubies),
• Level 3: 7200 (3600 rubies),
• Level 4: 10400 (5200 rubies),
• Level 5: 13600 (6800 rubies),
• Level 6: 16800 (8400 rubies),

Can anyone confirm?

If the above is correct, then you need a total of 36000 stones or 18k rubies (buying the right specials, that's under \$20... and it could go down to \$15).

If you have some stones, see how much you're missing and divide by 2 to get the rubies. For example, if you have 16000 stones, you're missing 36000-16000 = 20000, which is 20000/2 = 10k rubies

Disclaimer: all of this is correct under the assumption that the above formula for the needed number of stones is also correct!

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User
18 December, 2017, 5:25 PM UTC

slight miscalculation there, 20000/2 = 10K rubies not 20K.

i don't know about the lower levels, but for the higher levels the cost of stones was +10% for the next level.

*hugs*

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18 December, 2017, 11:17 PM UTC
redbeard said:

slight miscalculation there, 20000/2 = 10K rubies not 20K.

And I even chose it to be 20k to make it nicely divisible.  Edited, thanks.
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