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Ranking up: XP and champions needed without using chickens

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Mar 17, 2020, 02:5003/17/20
01/18/20
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Ranking up: XP and champions needed without using chickens

Hi all,


This is the information of the total XP and number of champions according to rank that you will need to rank up any champion.

I believe this information to be considered as a guide so I'm posting here.


The next table is just the XP you need to max level the champion you have. For instance your starter champion is a rank 3 so you will need 200681 XP to max level it, in this case is level 30.


                     EXP

RANK 1        22761

RANK 2        81326

RANK 3        200681

RANK 4        449082

RANK 5        963806

RANK 6        2010669



The next table is the amount of food champions you need to rank up a champion.

As you can see on the next table, if you want to rank up a champion to rank 6 and only use commons as food, you will need 720 commons for that. If you use only uncommons as food you will need 360 uncommons.


                   # RANK 1   # RANK 2   # RANK 3   # RANK 4   # RANK 5   # RANK 6

RANK 1     1

RANK 2     2                  1

RANK 3     6                  3                   1

RANK 4     24                12                 4                 1

RANK 5     120              60                 20               5                 1

RANK 6     720              360              120              30               6                1


The table above is only accurate if the champion you are ranking up is the same rank of the food.

Yes, I know you don't want to rank up a common to rank 6, the answer is simple, just subtract the amount of champions according to the rank of the champion you want to rank up. For your starter (rank 3) subtract 6 commons or 3 uncommons, for a legendary subtract 120 commons or 60 uncommons. So for your starter you will need 714 commons or 357 uncommons to rank 6 and for a legendary you will need 600 commons or 300 uncommons to rank 6.


The next table will show how many of those champions you will need to level up and how many not leveled up.

I made the table in order to be able to calculate the total XP needed to level up.


                   # RANK 1    # RANK 2    # RANK 3    # RANK 4    # RANK 5    # RANK 6

RANK 1     0+1

RANK 2     1+1               0+1

RANK 3     3+3               1+2              0+1

RANK 4     12+12           4+8              1+3               0+1

RANK 5     60+60           20+40           5+15            1+4              0+1

RANK 6     360+360      120+240       30+90           6+24            1+5             0+1


X+Y -> X is the number of leveled champions of that rank you need and Y is the number of unleveled champions of that rank you need.



                  XP USING R1    XP USING R2    XP USING R3    XP USING R4    XP USING R5    XP USING R6

RANK 1     22761

RANK 2     104087                81326

RANK 3     350290                282007              200681

RANK 4     1248199              975067              649763               449082

RANK 5     5408473              4042813            2416293             1412888             963806

RANK 6     29642477            21448517          11689397           5668967             2974475            2010669


This table shows the total XP you will need to rank up according to the food used.

The values already include the XP needed to level up after ranking up.

I'll do my best to explain this last table.

The table is based on the previous table and the XP needed by rank, this means that calculates all the XP for all champions you need to level up including the ones you need to level up after one and multiple ranking ups.

In the end you need to subtract the XP needed for an unleveled starting rank of the champion you want to use. I'll show on the next table.


                        XP USING R1    XP USING R2    XP USING R3    XP USING R4

CHAMP R2     22761

CHAMP R3     149609                81326

CHAMP R4     799117                525985                200681

CHAMP R5     4444667              3079007             1452487             449082


Example:Starter (rank 3 unleveled) up to level 60 (rank 6 leveled up) using only commons as food.

So, rank 6 using rank 1 will need 29.642.477 XP subtracting 149.609 of the champion you are using you get 29.492.868 XP. This means that if you have a new rare that you want to level to 60 you will need to farm approximately 29.5 million XP and an extra 714 common champions to use as food.


If you want to lvl 60 a new epic using uncommons you need 21.448.517 - 525.985 = 20.922.532 XP and an extra 348 uncommon champions to use as food.

I know all this information is confusing at first but once you understand the mechanics it gets simple.


Hope you guys find this information useful.



Best regards,

RED H4WK
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Mar 18, 2020, 10:3703/18/20
Mar 18, 2020, 10:59(edited)
02/21/20
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Thanks for posting!


To go along with this post, I have a Google spreadsheet that includes the XP tables (link below).  It also has equations that you can use to calculate how much XP / how many farming runs are left to max level. 


Note: You'll need to copy the spreadsheet to your own Google Drive before you can modify.


RAID - XP Tables

Mar 18, 2020, 20:2203/18/20
01/18/20
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Hi Bruce,

Thank you for sharing your good work.

The extrapolated values seems to be accurate (at least for rank 2, I didn't check the rest yet), you can verify the values on ayumilove website (link bellow), there is pretty much all information you need about Raid.

I specially liked the intro table. 



https://ayumilove.net/raid-shadow-legends-champion-leveling-guide/