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Talk:Advancement Test Hall
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|Firebolt Dan Ranking||4||16:03, 4 April 2011|
The first times I did the test, the bear always did about 70% damage to the chick on a 3 hitter melee. Which means 80% HP was the ideal rate.
Now after a few weeks attempts, the bear now normally do from 80 to 90% damage on the three hitter. They're not even criticals. I don't think the bear CAN do criticals.
What just happened? Did they ninjapatch this to make it harder or something? Because it's hard enough as it is already.
The page says "Passing an exam below your Dan rank awards 50% EXP of an equal-ranked exam. (only applies if your skill rank is Dan 1 or higher) "
How do you go about entering a dan test below your level? (I can't find anyone else with a dan rank equal to mine)
If there are others registered for the same skill but higher rank, and there aren't enough people, the server will try to get people from lower divisions to join automatically. You will be prompted if you wish to join.
any time there aren't enough people at your rank when tests are about to start, and there's a lower test available, you get a yes/no prompt offering you a spot in that test. If you want to do it, you need to click yes before the test actually starts , IIRC you have 10 seconds.
Does anyone know how much AP it takes to rank up the Dans? (Firebolt specifically.) If you know any, I suggest working on a table to put on the page that explains the amount of AP required.
Lol....0 ap. It's just a special title added to the front of the master title. It doesn't give any increase in dmg or stats therefore it takes no ap.--DANTE20XX 11:17, 4 April 2011 (UTC)
Uh, they do take AP. 7 for 1st, 10 for next, 15 for the last.
Is it tested to prove that all skills require the same amount? If so, then we should include this into the page. I am sure others have had this question before and will have it later on.