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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Wild Digimon's Color Name Means

Dark Red means the enemy's level is far beyond our digimon's level
  - 9 level difference above your digimon's level
Red means the enemy's level is higher than our digimon's level
  - 3 to 8 level difference above your digimon's level
Bright White means the enemy's level is approximately around our digimon's level
  - 1 to 2 level difference above your digimon's level
  - Same level with your digimon's level
  - 1 to 2 level difference below your digimon's level
Blurring Blue means the enemy's level is lower than our digimon's level
  - 3 to 8 level difference below your digimon's level 
Dark Blue means the enemy's level is far below our digimon's level
  - 9 level difference below your digimon's level 
Blurring White means the enemy's level is very far below our digimon's level
  - 10 level and more difference below your digimon's level 

5 comments:

adi liem said...

should be more specific. like much exp we got for killing them.
I think blurring white means we got no exp, but how about the dark blue or blurring blue? is it 100% or drop below that.

San said...

the exp does not depend on wild digimon's color, it depends on how many levels difference are your digimon. nice idea, I will make an article about it, thanks...

San said...

uh oh, just doing some researches and sorry. it cannot be done. the exp is different on each current level. for example, my first digimon is lv 32, second is lv 45. each one beats wild digimon that has two lv difference above them. however, the first digimon get around 2000 exp which is almost 0.55% for exp needed to lv up and my second digimon get around 3400 exp which is only 0.13% for exp needed to lv up

Anonymous said...

Are hacks fake then?

San said...

what hacks?

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