I promote constantly. I'll probably stop one day (I did for a bit around N7 3000) but I like grinding out for levels, I'm a sucker for pointless level ups. I'm also confident in my ability to contribute in a Gold match at level 1. Maybe not as much as a level 20 for sure, but I'll still be OK. --- Change your name, change your eyes, become the one who I despise. Gamertag: Nevik overkill
I level up in bunches, usually after I've saved up a bunch of credits and want to splurge when a new character or weapons get released so when I get character cards, they don't go to waste. --- "He who laughs last, doesn't get the joke"
I take it by spells promoting. For the most part, I don't promote that often, but during weekend challenges where promoting is needed, I'll do alot of it. Also, I tend to like nice, round numbers. My n7 is like 4200 even now. I went for and got the N7 banner for promoting, and my score was close to 4200, so I evened it out. It will probably stay that way until the next weekend where they ask us to promote comes. --- Alabama Crimson Tide: 2011-12 National Champions. ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!
1. N7 Mastery (which is done now). 2. Weekend Challenge with a promotion objective. 3. I have completely run out of reset cards and am having trouble getting more. 4. I want to reset two or more characters in the same class.
Outside of those reasons, I keep my characters at 20. --- XBL: Malevolent Fish // PSN: MalevolentFish "But why is the rum gone?"
Promoting characters will eventually lead to the UNAVAILABILITY OF THE BAD ENDINGS. I know it's kind of an academic problem, but it can still happen if you just keep on promoting. So screw this endless play-promote-repeat cycle. Not that it matters, MP sucks anyway. --- For future reference: landing in active vulcanoes tends to fry our sensors and melt our hull.