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TOPIC | Fodder during micro holidays.
What do you guys think the optimal level to train to is during micro holidays?
What do you guys think the optimal level to train to is during micro holidays?
Regardless of micro holidays, I always train my fodder to level 10. Not sure why exactly, since it's not actually the optimal level to train to, for time vs payout, but it's what I always do.

The experience boost is definitely a bonus, as it makes training fodder (and permas) much faster. I've already gotten 2 more of my permas to level 25 today :D
(My goal is to get all my permas to level 25; a task I am slowly chipping away at)
Regardless of micro holidays, I always train my fodder to level 10. Not sure why exactly, since it's not actually the optimal level to train to, for time vs payout, but it's what I always do.

The experience boost is definitely a bonus, as it makes training fodder (and permas) much faster. I've already gotten 2 more of my permas to level 25 today :D
(My goal is to get all my permas to level 25; a task I am slowly chipping away at)
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@Shannieann Best time-to-train and treasure payout ratio range is in levels 5-7.
@Shannieann Best time-to-train and treasure payout ratio range is in levels 5-7.
@raptorix it's 5-8 depending on how much you pay I know that but I was wondering how much a micro holiday can influence that since levelling is so much faster.
@raptorix it's 5-8 depending on how much you pay I know that but I was wondering how much a micro holiday can influence that since levelling is so much faster.
@Shannieann I always just stick to levels 5-7 just because I don't have the attention span to go much further.
@Shannieann I always just stick to levels 5-7 just because I don't have the attention span to go much further.
I train my fodder to the same level but I do one fodder and one perma and figure I'm taking advantage of the extra xp that way.
I train my fodder to the same level but I do one fodder and one perma and figure I'm taking advantage of the extra xp that way.
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for micro holidays i go to 5, during long planned-out events i go to 8
for micro holidays i go to 5, during long planned-out events i go to 8
I usually level to 7 and ship em off, but for microholidays I push to 10-12.
I usually level to 7 and ship em off, but for microholidays I push to 10-12.
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Stick to the optimum levels of 5-7. Even with the experience boost, you're still wasting time if you go beyond those. If you do the normal levels, you basically just have a speed boost, meaning that you can crank out profit more quickly. You don't want to sacrifice that by extending the amount of time you spend on each dragon.
Stick to the optimum levels of 5-7. Even with the experience boost, you're still wasting time if you go beyond those. If you do the normal levels, you basically just have a speed boost, meaning that you can crank out profit more quickly. You don't want to sacrifice that by extending the amount of time you spend on each dragon.
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I've been doing 8 because it is faster then it normally. But I'm hoarding all my dragons until our upcoming push so I'm not exalting at the moment.
I've been doing 8 because it is faster then it normally. But I'm hoarding all my dragons until our upcoming push so I'm not exalting at the moment.
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