XP needed to level up

Hi. Does anyone know approximately how much xp it takes to level up from one level to the next (i.e bronze 25 to 26, 26 to 27, etc) and when you get to silver 1 then gold 1 then diamond 1 if the xp you need to reach the next level is the same.

In bronze levels it's about 10k xp points

@foresticek said in XP needed to level up:

In bronze levels it's about 10k xp points

So approximately 1 million XP to go from one tier to another (10K xp per level x 100 levels).

I was under the impression each level it goes up it takes more XP than the last so lets say 25 to 26 is 10k xp it might be 11k to ho from 26 to 27. I also believe that each tier is the same whether it's bronze or silver or whatever but I really don't know.

I started tracking it some. 2nd column on the XP rewards tab

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C_4PJLUSwR8xeV71pSpPqm25oCs_0P3DBqu_46ktwUY/edit?usp=drivesdk

Wait, is this Final Fantasy or a baseball game?

@myrdsm nice spreadsheet. Thanks!

@myrdsm said in XP needed to level up:

I started tracking it some. 2nd column on the XP rewards tab

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C_4PJLUSwR8xeV71pSpPqm25oCs_0P3DBqu_46ktwUY/edit?usp=drivesdk

Could you explain the first spreadsheet a little more. I think it could be helpful but I'm a bit confused by it. Like the 2nd column and the bolded text.

Nevermind I understand the 2nd column now.

@marquesm00 said in XP needed to level up:

@myrdsm said in XP needed to level up:

I started tracking it some. 2nd column on the XP rewards tab

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C_4PJLUSwR8xeV71pSpPqm25oCs_0P3DBqu_46ktwUY/edit?usp=drivesdk

Could you explain the first spreadsheet a little more. I think it could be helpful but I'm a bit confused by it. Like the 2nd column and the bolded text.

The bolded text is just the ones I've already collected. Nothing anyone else cares about. For some reason if you look at the Padres team Affinity it has some items listed as No sell in the Spring, Summer, and Fall programs, so i've noted those in the 2nd column/3rd column

Great job appreciate the spreadsheet

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