You do level up your Champions, and choose specializations on the way up.
In it's current incarnation, we won;t match L1 and L10 champs. I do believe that you would be able to do that in a private match however.
It would be avaible at Chrome? pleaseeee *-*
You've played VG before once or twice right? You know how you can just choose whatever hero you want and play with your buddies who choose their regular heroes?
What if my old character is level 10 as are my buddies, but then I want to switch to a character I've had no experience with. This would make my party a level 1 hero, and level 10 hero, and another level 10 hero (a total level of 21) How would you match this up? Would you have 3 level 7 heroes fight us (l21)? Would it be matched to the highest level in the party and have 3 level 10s fight us? Is there even team queueing that's not a private match?
Last edited by DivineMoustache; 02-25-2015 at 05:35 PM.
2) I don't think that issue is really that specific. You'll find that often in MOBAs, people like to group up with their "regulars", or a group they often play with. Mine includes Prosecuted, and another guy in Vainglory. To continue grouping up with them, do all three of us need to play our unlocked character together in order to have any effect on leveling?
What if they want to stick with their leveled characters, but I don't? Am I really forced to grind all the way back just to play with my regular group using my new character? I think that takes away any benefit of a five minute match.
3) Basically what I'm asking is for the specifics behind team queueing, I guess. How are character level and skill rank level taken into account? If you could provide any important information that you think could answer my question, that would be amazing. Really looking forward to the game, but not the grind.
EDIT: You said "apply XP" to your characters somewhere in the thread. Is XP like the currency earned in Call of Champions?
Last edited by DivineMoustache; 02-25-2015 at 05:44 PM.
I have a question about names.
Say I name myself "Ruizhe" in the new game,
what if someone else names themselves "Ruizhe" and starts pretending to be me?
Would it be ok if the naming system was like the Legends games? where only one person can have a name, and no two names can be the same?
Reason I ask is that in Battle Command, we many people with the same name, and often times, it causes confusion between alliance members
Hey JustG, is there going to be a town, or like a social area, where we don't have to fight all the time? Or will there not be a big social function in this game?
Will there be any cosmetics? (Skins etc)
Turn your CAN'TS into CANS and your DREAMS into PLANS