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Experience in Wizard 101 is gained two ways: By completing quests and simply by dueling. When a character gains enough XP, he [[Level Chart | increases in level]].
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Experience in Wizard 101 is gained two ways: 1) By completing quests and 2) by simply dueling (not including [[Duels#Player_vs_Player|Player versus Player]]). When a character gains enough Experience, or XP, he or she increases in level. See the [[Experience Chart]] for how much experience you need to go up levels and the [[Level Chart]] to see how much [[Health and Mana]] and [[Power Pip]] Chance you get for going up levels.
   
===Experience from quests===
 
Most quests has a specific amount of XP associated with it. It does not change. A character earns the XP upon successful completion, which may involve defeating a specific enemy, speaking to an NPC, finding an item, or some combination.
 
   
===Experience from dueling===
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===Experience from Quests===
The formula for gaining experience from a duel is fairly straightforward, and does not change regardless of location, school, level, etc.
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Most [[Quests]] have a specific amount of XP which is awarded on completion of the quest. This value does not change. The goals of a quest may involve defeating a specific enemy, speaking to an NPC, finding an item or place, or a combination of many goals.
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===Experience from Dueling===
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Every time you duel creatures and bosses, you can gain XP from the duel. The amount of XP you get is very easy to figure out and does not change regardless of your location, school, level, or any other factors.
   
 
'''Players earn 3 XP for each pip used in a fight.'''
 
'''Players earn 3 XP for each pip used in a fight.'''
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That is, if you add up the pips on the cards you play and multiply by 3, that's the experience you gain.
 
That is, if you add up the pips on the cards you play and multiply by 3, that's the experience you gain.
   
Important caveats and notes:
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Important notes:
 
* You only receive experience upon victory in a duel.
 
* You only receive experience upon victory in a duel.
 
* If you flee a duel and return (e.g., by porting to a friend), you will only receive experience based on the spells you used ''from the time you returned''.
 
* If you flee a duel and return (e.g., by porting to a friend), you will only receive experience based on the spells you used ''from the time you returned''.
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* Passing gains no experience.
 
* Passing gains no experience.
   
Thus it is conceivable that a player could use a combination of healing spells and [[Reshuffle]] to enter an infinite fight and earn infinite experience.
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Thus it is conceivable that a player could use a combination of healing spells and [[Reshuffle]] to enter a very long fight to earn a lot of experience (until you run out of [[Mana]]).
 
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Latest revision as of 20:53, January 29, 2011

Experience in Wizard 101 is gained two ways: 1) By completing quests and 2) by simply dueling (not including Player versus Player). When a character gains enough Experience, or XP, he or she increases in level. See the Experience Chart for how much experience you need to go up levels and the Level Chart to see how much Health and Mana and Power Pip Chance you get for going up levels.


Experience from QuestsEdit

Most Quests have a specific amount of XP which is awarded on completion of the quest. This value does not change. The goals of a quest may involve defeating a specific enemy, speaking to an NPC, finding an item or place, or a combination of many goals.


Experience from DuelingEdit

Every time you duel creatures and bosses, you can gain XP from the duel. The amount of XP you get is very easy to figure out and does not change regardless of your location, school, level, or any other factors.

Players earn 3 XP for each pip used in a fight.

That is, if you add up the pips on the cards you play and multiply by 3, that's the experience you gain.

Important notes:

  • You only receive experience upon victory in a duel.
  • If you flee a duel and return (e.g., by porting to a friend), you will only receive experience based on the spells you used from the time you returned.
  • For the purpose of calculating experience, both 0-pip spells (e.g., blades, traps, wand spells) and X-pip spells (e.g., Tempest, Judgement) count as 1-pip spells and give 3 XP each.
  • Spells that fizzle do award experience, as do healing spells, even those that take effect after the duel ends.
  • Passing gains no experience.

Thus it is conceivable that a player could use a combination of healing spells and Reshuffle to enter a very long fight to earn a lot of experience (until you run out of Mana).

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