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21st Jan '17 3:24:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure'' contains another example. Purchasing all the upgrades [[ForcedLevelGrinding pretty much requires money grinding]] (or a NewGamePlus), but [[AntiGrinding the end-of-level treasure chests contain less treasure on repeat visits.]] However, there is one treasure chest in 5-4 (the first part of Weasalby's Mansion) that contains a ''huge'' amount of gems, and respawns every time you enter the level. [[GuideDangIt Provided you know where to find the chest]], you can easily amass over 5000 money for each pass through the level.

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* ''HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure'' ''VideoGame/HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure'' contains another example. Purchasing all the upgrades [[ForcedLevelGrinding pretty much requires money grinding]] (or a NewGamePlus), but [[AntiGrinding the end-of-level treasure chests contain less treasure on repeat visits.]] However, there is one treasure chest in 5-4 (the first part of Weasalby's Mansion) that contains a ''huge'' amount of gems, and respawns every time you enter the level. [[GuideDangIt Provided you know where to find the chest]], you can easily amass over 5000 money for each pass through the level.
17th Jan '17 10:52:21 PM Saronith
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* ''Videogame/PokemonXAndY'' has the Battle Chateau, which is found halfway between the first and second Gyms. It has Trainers to battle, most of whom will pay out a decent amount of money (especially with the Amulet Coin, which is found nearby). As you defeat Trainers, your rank will increase, as will the rank of your opponents. Higher-ranked Trainers have stronger Pokémon; for example, a Marchioness (with a semi-unique model) with two level 35 Audino. It's also possible to rebattle Gym Leaders once your rank is high enough. With enough time and patience, it's entirely possible to have Pokémon at post-game levels before you reach the second Gym, although the obedience problem would still remain.

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* ''Videogame/PokemonXAndY'' has the Battle Chateau, which is found halfway between the first and second Gyms. It has Trainers to battle, most of whom will pay out a decent amount of money (especially with the Amulet Coin, which is found nearby). As you defeat Trainers, your rank will increase, as will the rank of your opponents. Higher-ranked Trainers have stronger Pokémon; for example, a Marchioness (with a semi-unique model) with two level 35 Audino. It's also possible to rebattle Gym Leaders once your rank is high enough. With enough time and patience, it's entirely possible to have Pokémon at post-game levels before you reach the second Gym, although for traded Pokémon the obedience problem would still remain.remains.
26th Oct '16 8:44:07 AM Drope
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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process. The most well-known level for this is 3-1, but there are several others where performing this trick is possible.
26th Oct '16 8:42:46 AM Drope
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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process. The most well-known location for this is 3-1, but there are several others where performing this trick is possible.

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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process. The most well-known location level for this is 3-1, but there are several others where performing this trick is possible.
26th Oct '16 8:41:35 AM Drope
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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process.

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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process. The most well-known location for this is 3-1, but there are several others where performing this trick is possible.
26th Oct '16 8:40:32 AM Drope
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* The original ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' has the infamous infinite 1-up shell trick, where you repeatedly bounce a Koopa or Buzzy Beetle shell against stairs, earning several lives in the process.
22nd Oct '16 1:29:40 AM SliceAndDice
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* ''VideoGame/BravelySecond features a series of small islands between Eternia and Eisen that, while unreachable by sailing due to a lack of shoals, can be landed on once [[spoiler: your ship, the Rubadub, becomes an airship in Chapter 4.]] While there's nothing of real importance on the islands, they are considered part of [[spoiler: the Caldisla Region]], which is hidden and inaccessible until Chapter 6 and will spawn enemies of an according level. Combined with the chain battle system, a well-prepared party can burn through Experience and Job levels very quickly, and being on the overworld makes safety saves and retreat for healing a breeze.
8th Oct '16 3:57:32 AM erforce
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** [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Port Royal]] can be this for leveling up the [[SuperMode Drive Forms]]. If you let a Gambler transform you into a die or a card while you are in Drive Form, your HP, MP and Drive gauge will be restored when you turn back. This way you can level each form up nonstop without having to worry about the Drive gauge running out.

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** [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Port Royal]] can be this for leveling up the [[SuperMode Drive Forms]]. If you let a Gambler transform you into a die or a card while you are in Drive Form, your HP, MP and Drive gauge will be restored when you turn back. This way you can level each form up nonstop without having to worry about the Drive gauge running out.
24th Aug '16 5:47:54 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/OracleOfAskigaga'': There's barely any grinding in this game as it's possible to gain 30 levels in 30 minutes from grinding in the final temple.
21st Aug '16 11:24:20 AM billybobfred
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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', several of the areas in Spookyraven Manor work this way, with different areas tuned to different stats. This is especially useful with Clovers later on - a properly-equipped player (with a lot of funds) can reach level 15 easily through them, without a single combat.
** One good spot is the [[spoiler: Haunted Bedroom once you break the staircase and get the backup working.]] With the right choices, you can get leveled up fairly quickly.
* These are common in the {{MMORPG}} genre as well, and tend to be places where low level characters can tag along with high level characters kicking tail. ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' has Peregrine Island, while ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'' has Grandville, both being the highest-level zones. Briefly, there was a lot of powerlevelling in the starter zones due to a bug.

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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', several of the areas in Spookyraven Manor work this way, with different areas tuned to different stats. This is especially useful with Clovers later on - a properly-equipped player (with a lot of funds) can reach level 15 easily through them, without a single combat.
** One good spot
combat. For players in a long [[ExtendedGameplay aftercore]] who've outgrown this area, anyplace with LevelScaling monsters is the [[spoiler: Haunted Bedroom once you break next choice, such as the staircase and get [=GameInformPowerDailyPro=] Dungeon. For players seeking to reach the backup working.]] With AbsurdlyHighLevelCap, The Mansion of Dr. Weirdeaux is the right choices, you can get leveled up fairly quickly.
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* These are common in the {{MMORPG}} genre as well, and tend to be places where low level characters can tag along with high level characters kicking tail. ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' has Peregrine Island, while ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'' has Grandville, both being the highest-level zones. Briefly, there was a lot of powerlevelling in the starter zones due to a bug.
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