Burn wrote:i've always been of the personal belief (and I know AZ will probably disagree with me on this) that they allow a person to level up before they have a decent enough build.
Wow, maybe the only thing Burn and I have agreed on in public. NV suggested that he and I level up to 6 so that we can both gain more XP from each other. At the time, he relied heavily on dual tactics to get to L6, whereas I did not not need to as much. The result was I benefited far more than he did (IMO), at least initially. Now his stats have caught up a bit and he is holding his own at L6.
alldarker wrote:I have no idea how GS and RoS took the nr. 1 spot, but considering I got a iPhone in June of last year and I was able to climb from 35th position to the 4th position in just 6 months, I'm sure that a mobile internet device has something to do with their ranking. Good for them, and considering the results of the recent tournee, I know RoS is still playing WAY more missions than me.Absolute Zero wrote:RoS has even said he plays near 24 hours a day with his iphone.
The iPhone is probably the best mobile web surfing device out there, but it is still a pain in the ass for playing HMW. http://www.seibertron.com is not optimized for mobile, and it still takes a while to render all of the images. I only use the iPhone to play about 10% of the time, as I sit in front of the computer most of the day. But those extra missions I am able to squeeze in on my phone make a big difference over time. I can squeeze in missions while I am at the gym, church, attending a technical presentation, or sometimes I can do it discretely under the table during meetings. GS told me he would sometimes use his girlfriend's phone to play, but the phone was not very good and it annoyed the heck out of her.
I have never bothered to calculate how much XP I am gaining on average per day. Probably should do that.