Question about the Golden package DLC for 6.99....

#11Turbo_TRexPosted 5/1/2013 6:06:31 AM
The Golden Package consists of 3 maps. The first map becomes available at the same time as the package. If you buy the package you'll be able to play the other 2 maps as the become available.

Golden Gaffe:
This map consists of a large number Risen trying to escape. They're all Level 1, 10, 20, or 30, and carry 1,000, 3,000, 5,000, and 7,000 Gold respectively. They all have the Pass skill, and will not attack your characters (they'll still Counter attack if you attack them though). The map ends when all of the are defeated or escape.

EXPonential Experience:
This map consists of several Revenants trying to escape. They are also Levels 1, 10, 20, or 30. They don't attack either. They usually have Skills that increase Luck, and the higher level ones start getting skills like Miracle and the Breakers. Level 30 Revenants all have Counter. Revenants give lots of EXP when defeated.

Infinite Regalia:
Although not a difficult map compared to some future maps to be released, this one is still a significant step up from the other 2. There are 36 powerful Risen here who will attack you when in range. The Map ends when you defeat the Commander, but the real objective is to reach the 3 Treasure Chests in the back, which contain rare and powerful items.
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#12Turbo_TRexPosted 5/1/2013 6:07:50 AM
Aww, a whole bunch of people posted while I was writing this out>.>
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#13MAtt5TERPosted 5/1/2013 6:09:03 AM
just link to this and be done
http://serenesforest.net/fe13/dlc_eu.html#list
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#14Alias_Nemesis(Topic Creator)Posted 5/1/2013 6:11:35 AM(edited)
Turbo_TRex posted...
The Golden Package consists of 3 maps. The first map becomes available at the same time as the package. If you buy the package you'll be able to play the other 2 maps as the become available.

Golden Gaffe:
This map consists of a large number Risen trying to escape. They're all Level 1, 10, 20, or 30, and carry 1,000, 3,000, 5,000, and 7,000 Gold respectively. They all have the Pass skill, and will not attack your characters (they'll still Counter attack if you attack them though). The map ends when all of the are defeated or escape.

EXPonential Experience:
This map consists of several Revenants trying to escape. They are also Levels 1, 10, 20, or 30. They don't attack either. They usually have Skills that increase Luck, and the higher level ones start getting skills like Miracle and the Breakers. Level 30 Revenants all have Counter. Revenants give lots of EXP when defeated.

Infinite Regalia:
Although not a difficult map compared to some future maps to be released, this one is still a significant step up from the other 2. There are 36 powerful Risen here who will attack you when in range. The Map ends when you defeat the Commander, but the real objective is to reach the 3 Treasure Chests in the back, which contain rare and powerful items.


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#15MAtt5TERPosted 5/1/2013 6:39:34 AM
...uh thanks. I like living long lives.
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#16StormOSummitPosted 5/1/2013 8:47:30 AM
Is EXPonential growth any good for higher level characters, or just the nooby ones?
#17RaltriosPosted 5/1/2013 9:09:37 AM
StormOSummit posted...
Is EXPonential growth any good for higher level characters, or just the nooby ones?


Just the nooby ones. Eventually, after a lot of reclassing, units will only be gaining about 8 exp from everything anyway. When that happens, it's best to start grinding maps with lots of units. Quantity over quality because the quality has diminished.
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#18helldewPosted 5/1/2013 9:09:49 AM
its alright for higher level characters. if your going for max level though your gonna want paragon to speed things up to some reasonably speed. when you cap your internal level cap i think you get like 8 EXP a kill where as with paragon that changes to 16 which is a massive difference.

i normally use the EXPgrowth map for the first maybe 80% of my levels then use Lost bloodlines for the rest. lost bloodlines has a ton of enemies on it that once your characters are strong enough from Exp growth the LB chapters become give unit a range weapon press start and level up a few times or disable animations and enable autobattle.
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#19EvenSpoonierPosted 5/1/2013 2:44:21 PM
The Golden Gaffe is worth its weight in plutonium. This is the one you grind for money, but it gives you so much that you won't actually need to use it very often.

EXPonential Growth isn't actually so good. It's nice very early in the game or with brand-new characters, but it's a slow grind. There are better maps.

Infinite Regalia gets you access to some of the game's best weapons, including a few that don't seem to be obtainable any other way. You can get up to three per run-through, but they're determined randomly. But the real prize IMHO is the Silver Card, which you get after your first run-through: all shops are half price for the rest of the game.
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