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Stat Trains

Post  Vic Vegas on Sat Nov 02, 2013 10:54 am

Oh, training. How I love thee.

When training a stat, the first two things I quickly look at: 1) is the gladiator's con higher than the stat being trained, 2) has con been trained more times than the stat being trained. If the answer is yes to both I feel confident in getting a train sooner rather than later. Following these two simple rules has led to some nice stat training regimens with my gladiators. Twice (and almost 3 times) now, I have had a gladiator train up str/dex/con/int (and with one of 'em, pre as well) 7 times each in just over 70 fights, with two quickly getting an 8th train in a stat afterward.

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Re: Stat Trains

Post  Dux Mortalitas on Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:59 pm

For warriors above 200 fights, it is good to aim for 8,9 or 10+ trains in your stats as many of the warriors above 200 fights have that type of statting. Get the trains or get buried.

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