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Damage output

MadAsHellMadAsHell
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edited November 2022 in Game Guides
How high should my damage be at lvl210? Because I feel like it being over 1mil is too low because I can't beat any bosses my lvl.

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  • iBundanceiBundance
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    edited February 2023
    Honestly seeing millions and billions of damage is outrageous . level 30 characters are as strong as level 70 and 120 use to be before Big Bang. We could use some number reductions simply so its easier to read and there's less clutter on the map.
  • BladesingerBladesinger
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    edited March 2023
    I don't know how experienced you are or what your legion looks like, so I'll assume you're on a fairly fresh account.
    If this is your highest level character, I think for the generally intended experience you should be strong enough to kill mobs at your level in about 2 or 3 hits max (preferably 1). If you're new, it's okay if it takes another hit or so. If it takes 4+ hits, there are probably major gear oversights, in which case I would recommend searching a gear progression guide for your server. Acquiring certain pieces can take some time. Remember that others are here to help, so long as you are kind and pay it forward!

    The goal for the comfortable experience which most players understand as a baseline is that a player can 1-shot mobs at their level. (Except maybe Grandis.) That's what you should be aiming for; if you can't do this, you should look at nodes, gear potentials, set effects, star force, and legion/link skills. Guilds are R>!

    Link skills will provide a significant damage boost. If you don't have very many characters, this is the perfect time to experiment with other classes and see what the game has to offer. Two birds with one stone. (Just remember to have fun!)
    - Just my opinion as a midgamer.
    iBundance wrote: »
    Honestly seeing millions and billions of damage is outrageous . level 30 characters are as strong as level 70 and 120 use to be before Big Bang. We could use some number reductions simply so its easier to read and there's less clutter on the map.

    Well, that's the allure for many players, including myself. And yes, it's different than before. Seeing the visual impact of my strength is part of the fun. Unit skins and invisible skin are there for those who need.