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20th May '17 3:15:36 AM TheDocCC
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** This was changed as of the 1.06 patch; the level cap for the Nexus has been raised. The level cap for multiplayer characters stands.
8th May '17 1:42:34 PM NNinja
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* In ''Esgrima Online'', You could reach a level above 100. The highest level players are around the 105-150 level.

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* %%* In ''Esgrima Online'', You could reach a level above 100. The highest level players are around the 105-150 level.
27th Apr '17 11:59:36 PM Killerikala
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' has no level cap for Ryder, and one can buy every upgrade around level 120, and a single playthrough usually gets a player on 50-60. On the other hand, the Nexus maxes out on level 20 (You can't get every upgrade for it, something the game doesn't tell you beforehand.), as do multiplayer characters and strike teams.
23rd Apr '17 10:56:48 AM nombretomado
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* Games in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' have level caps of either 200 or 255, depending on the game. Normal game content typically lasts until your party's levels are in the upper 50s, [[NewGamePlus EXP modifiers notwithstanding.]] Even with the "earn ten times as much EXP" bonus, you're liable to still only be in the upper 100s by the endgame, so you'll still have to grind to reach the maximum level.
* In ''DigimonWorld3'', the level cap is 99, but most Digimon can achieve their unnecessarily powerful top-level Digivolutions by about level 60-70. While the final boss does require massive offensive and defensive power to beat, by that point in the game you have access to items which can boost your attack power and other parameters without having to fight, so it's entirely possible to beat him at level 30.

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* Games in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' have level caps of either 200 or 255, depending on the game. Normal game content typically lasts until your party's levels are in the upper 50s, [[NewGamePlus EXP modifiers notwithstanding.]] Even with the "earn ten times as much EXP" bonus, you're liable to still only be in the upper 100s by the endgame, so you'll still have to grind to reach the maximum level.
* In ''DigimonWorld3'', ''VideoGame/DigimonWorld3'', the level cap is 99, but most Digimon can achieve their unnecessarily powerful top-level Digivolutions by about level 60-70. While the final boss does require massive offensive and defensive power to beat, by that point in the game you have access to items which can boost your attack power and other parameters without having to fight, so it's entirely possible to beat him at level 30.
21st Apr '17 9:55:09 PM nombretomado
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* Present in the ''{{Suikoden}}'' series as a whole. In fact, it may be one of the more extreme examples. You see, in the series, each new level requires 1000 EXP to reach--the catch is that the amount of EXP awarded to a character after any battle is calculated based on the character's strength/level vis-a-vis that of the defeated opponents. Fairly soon, monsters that gave a good chunk of EXP required to reach a level will give out a mere pittance, and even the hardest encounters in the game will eventually yield a mere 5 EXP per encounter (the average minimum possible EXP). When, precisely, this happens depends on the individual game in the series, but it's usually somewhere in the 60s or 70s, for a game where the level caps at 99. Only the most determined Suikoden players will see characters that have reached level 99, and probably no one has done it legitly with the large number of playable characters (since not all of the OneHundredAndEight are playable) ...

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* Present in the ''{{Suikoden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' series as a whole. In fact, it may be one of the more extreme examples. You see, in the series, each new level requires 1000 EXP to reach--the catch is that the amount of EXP awarded to a character after any battle is calculated based on the character's strength/level vis-a-vis that of the defeated opponents. Fairly soon, monsters that gave a good chunk of EXP required to reach a level will give out a mere pittance, and even the hardest encounters in the game will eventually yield a mere 5 EXP per encounter (the average minimum possible EXP). When, precisely, this happens depends on the individual game in the series, but it's usually somewhere in the 60s or 70s, for a game where the level caps at 99. Only the most determined Suikoden players will see characters that have reached level 99, and probably no one has done it legitly with the large number of playable characters (since not all of the OneHundredAndEight are playable) ...
13th Apr '17 5:57:40 AM NNinja
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->Q: What is the maximum level?
->A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.

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->Q: ->''Q: What is the maximum level?
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level?''
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Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.''
12th Apr '17 4:47:39 PM NNinja
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* Level cap for ''VideoGame/RPSShooterStarwish'' is so high that it practically doesn't exist. Final boss is usually beaten around level 60-70. At the time of writing there are players who reached level higher than 5000.

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* Level cap for ''VideoGame/RPSShooterStarwish'' ''VideoGame/RPGShooterStarwish'' is so high that it practically doesn't exist. Final boss is usually beaten around level 60-70. At the time of writing there are players who reached level higher than 5000.
12th Apr '17 4:46:21 PM NNinja
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A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.

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A: ->A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.
12th Apr '17 4:46:07 PM NNinja
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-->Q: What is the maximum level?
-->A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.

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-->Q: ->Q: What is the maximum level?
-->A: A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.
12th Apr '17 4:45:28 PM NNinja
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A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.

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A: -->A: Uh... something really really high. I was hoping by the time anyone reaches that point they would have decided that they've sufficiently beaten the game.
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