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Anyone else notice this?

A max star level champion is the same as as an unupgraded or un leveled champ 2 stars up. For example a max 2 star is like a r1 4 star not leveled. Or a maxed 1 star is like a 3 star not leveled up. Or a new 5 star is same as a maxed 3 star. Same with 4 stars and 6 stars. Anyone else notice this?

Comments

  • Legendboy2411Legendboy2411 Posts: 37
    What??
  • Legendboy2411Legendboy2411 Posts: 37
    What kind of similarity?
  • SpideyFunkoSpideyFunko Posts: 3,327 ★★★★★
    in terms of pi or attack rating
  • Aayush19Aayush19 Posts: 94
    Or you could say, a r2(max) 2* is same as r1(max) 3*. And r3(max) 3* is same as r1(max) 4*. And a r4 4* is same as r1 5*.and a r4 5* is same a r1 6*. So (current star) 's max-1 rank= (current star+1)'s r1.
    But your analogy is correct too. Lol
  • SummonerNRSummonerNR Posts: 4,172 Guardian
    Yes, probably most everyone has noticed that certain Rank of one Star Rarity will be basically equivalent to another Rank of a different Star Rarity.

    4*r5 and 5*r3 (and each of their lower Rank pairs all the way down).
    And thus there is also some overlap between Stars that are 2 Star difference as well.

    it's not always 2 Ranks difference between neighboring Star champs. As 5*r4 is equal to 6*r1 (so a 3 Rank difference between those Stars).
  • Notsavage19Notsavage19 Posts: 1,149 ★★★★
    Nobody:

    OP: *posts about a "discovery" that basically everyone on the forums knows about*
  • SleipnirrodSleipnirrod Posts: 123
    Quarantine effects
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