|Unanswered? Paragon Question "Not Clear"||September-10-2013 7:35 AM PDT (6 years ago)|
|I've not seen the answer to this in the sticky. Just wondering.|
So, considering the following:
- Paragon levels are shared between Hardcore And SC charaters "check"
- Paragon Levels are unlimited "kind of checked"
- Who will assign what where "whut?"
Ok, so I get to level 70, I level up my account wide paragon to level 10. I get a chance to "spread" the points. The big question is, if I have a barb, and a wizard. Do I get to spend points individually?
Supposing I have 1- paragon points to spend. Do I get to spend 10 on my level 70 Wizard, and then when I get to level 70 "barb" spend them there too? Or will the points I spent with the wizard, be the same points that I spent with the barb?
Example 1: I spend 10 points in intelligenge, both wizard and barb get them.
Example 2: I get to spend 10 points on my wizard's ingelligence, I get to spend 10 points on my barb's strenght?
Thank you for the clarification.
|Unanswered? Paragon Question "Not Clear"||September-13-2013 12:15 PM PDT (6 years ago)|
|Hey folks, |
I'm here to answer some questions about Paragon 2.0.
Paragon levels are account bound, they are also segregated between HC and non HC characters. This means you will have a paragon level associated with HC characters that can not be increased by playing non HC characters. We didn't want players to feel like the "right way" to level their HC paragon was outside of HC.
The intent of account wide paragon is to reward the player, not the specific character. Paragon experience and levels are fun to earn, but they currently have the draw back of making people feel tied to a specific character. We want to let players play the game however they want when possible and this was one case where we felt the right thing to do was let you play any character you want and have them all work towards the same rewards.
In the case of spending paragon points, if you are paragon level 50, you will have 50 points to spend in the assorted categories. Each character that has access to this pool of points will get to allocate them for that character. So your barbs 50 points can be allocated differently than your wizards 50 points.
Lastly yes paragon levels do not have a cap. The amount of experience required to gain a paragon level increases every time you earn a new one so progress becomes slower the higher you are, but if you theoretically played all day every day for the next 10 years you would still be earning paragon experience.
Hope this helps clear up the air about the new system.