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A brief analysis of using XP to level-up the Collection Book

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TL;DR Had some extra XP lying around so I decided to try and figure out how effective it was leveling up items already in the collection book.

I went from Collection Book level 76 to level 81 focusing on low-level stuff I already had in there. For every 1,000 points that I gained in the collection book, I spent roughly 2,584 worth of Hero & Schematic XP.

Below is a list of the initial items I kept track of.

Starting off point: 2,111,390 / 2,147,250

HeroRare Centurion
Cost for 10-level increase:9,000 hero xp
Progression:2,114,965
Increase:3,575 points
Points gained / XP used:~39.72%
SchematicLegendary Super Shredder
Cost:13,500 schematic xp
Progression:2,117,065
Increase:2,100 points
PG/XP~15.55%
SurvivorEpic / Adventurous
Cost:11,250 survivor xp
Progression:2,118,865
Increase:1,800 points
PG/XP:16%
HeroUncommon Rescue Trooper Ramirez
Cost:6,750 hero xp
Progression:2,122,115
Increase:3,250 points
PG/XP:~48.15%
HeroUncommon Survivalist Jonesy
Cost:6,750 hero xp
Progression:2,125,365
Increase:3,250 points
PG/XP:~48.15%
HeroLegendary Double Agent Vaughn
Cost:13,500 hero xp
Progression:2,129,915
Increase:4,550 points
PG/XP:~33.7%
SchematicCommon Bolt-Action Rifle
Cost:4,500 schematic xp
Progression:2,131,265
Increase:1,350 points
PG/XP:30%
DefenderCommon Bruiser (Melee)
Cost:4,500 hero xp
Progression:2,133,965
Increase:2,700 points
PG/XP:60%
PeopleCommon Curious Survivor
Cost:4,500 survivor xp
Progression:2,135,315
Increase:1,350 points
PG/XP:30%
SchematicCommon Wall Spikes
Cost:4,500 schematic xp
Progression:2,138,015
Increase:2,700 points
PG/XP:60%
SchematicLegendary Wall Dynamo
Cost:13,500 schematic xp
Progression:2,142,215
Increase:4,200 points
PG/XP:~31.11%
DefenderEpic Female Sniper
Cost:11,250 hero xp
Progression:2,145,815
Increase:3,600 points
PG/XP:32%
DefenderCommon Female Sniper
Cost:4,500 hero xp
Progression:Level Up! 2,148,515 / 2,199,300
Increase:2,700 points
PG/XP:60%
Defender3x Commons (combined 30 levels)
Cost:13,500 hero xp
Progression:2,156,615
Increase:8,100 points
PG/XP:60%
DefenderRare Female Shotgunner
Cost:9,000 hero xp
Progression:2,159,915
Increase:3,300 points
PG/XP:~36.67%
HeroRare Special Forces Banshee
Cost:9,000 hero xp
Progression:2,163,490
Increase:3,575 points
PG/XP:~39.72%
HeroEpic Rescue Trooper Ramirez
Cost:11,250 hero xp
New Score:2,167,390
Increase:3,900 points
PG/XP:~34.67%
DefenderUncommon Male Gunslinger
Cost:6,750 hero xp
Progression:2,170,390
Increase:3,000 points
PG/XP:~44.44%
DefenderCommon Female Sniper (2-Star Evolution)
Cost:500 hero xp + 5 pure drops of rain
Progression:2,171,890
Increase:1,500 points
PG/XP:300% (+5 DoR)
Defender2-Star Common Female Sniper (Level 10 to 20)
Cost:14,500 hero xp
Progression:2,174,890
Increase:3,000 points
PG/XP:~20.69%

Conclusion:

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It was at this point that I stopped keeping track as I felt pretty confident investing in low-tier heroes, defenders, and traps. After leveling up the majority of those in my collection book, I ended up at the mid-point of level 81 (2,386,290 points).

Total points gained: 274,900

Total XP used: 710,350 (415,600 Hero & 294,750 Schematic)

As I said above, for every 1,000 points gained in the collection book, I spent roughly 2,584 worth of Hero & Schematic XP.

On average, the XP spent retained only ~38.7% of its original value when "exchanged" for Collection Book points. The best bang-for-your-buck appears to be in leveling up Common / Uncommon heroes, defenders, and traps. Worst appears to be survivors of any kind.

This is by no means a comprehensive analysis and I'd take my observations with a grain of salt. Still, I would love to have some feedback or observations made in regards to leveling up the collection book!


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