I hope we get an official response on this but I wont hold my breath.

The offical answer (from support) was already posted. Power gain differs by rank.

I just tested it. A 6* rank 2 sabertooth took 12 hits to get a full bar of power. A 6* rank 1 annihalus took 13 hits to get to one bar. A 5* rank 1 scorpion took 13 hits to get one bar of power.

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

I could honestly imagine that they kinda forgot about that, because the "[it] was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players" part has kind of been out the window since 5* champions were introduced without having a rank 6.

I'm rather happy that they didn't hesitate to share that information, so kudos for that.

Big thanks to @Kabam Miike for shedding light on this for us! Now all we need is for base power gain rate of each champion to be visible as a stat where crit rate, crit damage, etc. are shown in game. 😈 For real though, full credit where it’s due!

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

This is helpful, @Kabam Miike. Thank you for providing it.

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

Are you going to change it for 6* champs? Bc this means 6* R 2 get 15% less power than 5* R5 which is a lot

We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

Are you going to change it for 6* champs? Bc this means 6* R 2 get 15% less power than 5* R5 which is a lot

It also means that rank 2 5*s get 15% less power gain than rank 5 4*s. This is how it has been since forever, and mans that when you get your 6*s up you will see comparable. So why would they change it now?

I don't think they need to change it, although I'm still quite certain that they just forgot to scrap it with the introduction of 5* champs lol.

What I would like is those values being shown in the character stats. At least the multiplicator, but preferrably both the multiplicator and the value at which the individual champ gains power to begin with.

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810★★★4,957★★★★★I just tested it. A 6* rank 2 sabertooth took 12 hits to get a full bar of power. A 6* rank 1 annihalus took 13 hits to get to one bar. A 5* rank 1 scorpion took 13 hits to get one bar of power.

5,175Administrator ›We’ve talked to the team about what’s going on here, and we have an explanation for you.

There is no difference in Power Rate between different rarities (4-star vs 5-star), but there is a small increase in Power Rate across Ranks (Rank 1 vs Rank 2).

A Champion’s Base Power Rate is the power that they gain when hitting the opponent, or being struck.

For each Rank your Champion progresses, the Base Power Rate is increased by 5%. So any Champion at Rank 1 has a Base Power Rate of 1.00, while any Champion at Rank 2 has a Base Power Rate of 1.05.

This also means that a 4-Star Champion at Rank 5 has the same Power Rate as a 5-Star Champion at Rank 5; and a 3-Star Champion at Rank 1 has the same Power Rate as a 6-Star Champion at Rank 1.

Here’s the breakdown:

Rank 1: 1.00

Rank 2: 1.05

Rank 3: 1.10

Rank 4: 1.15

Rank 5: 1.20

This has been the case since the launch of the game, and was initially put in place to make Ranking Up higher rarity Champions more valuable to players.

We hope this information answers your questions on this mystery.

3,259★★★★★So my theory was right!! 😀

3,050★★★★★268★3,050★★★★★I'm rather happy that they didn't hesitate to share that information, so kudos for that.

83★6,517★★★★★2,825★★★★★Dr. Zola

282★4,957★★★★★3,050★★★★★What I would like is those values being shown in the character stats. At least the multiplicator, but preferrably both the multiplicator and the value at which the individual champ gains power to begin with.