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Post by MadGeorge » 2 years ago

  1. 25 soldiers
    • Cost: 0 gold
  2. 50 soldiers
    • Cost: 122,491 gold
  3. 100 soldiers
    • Cost: 407,870 gold
  4. 200 soldiers
    • Cost: 1,031,474 gold
  5. 400 soldiers
    • Cost: 4,096,250 gold
  6. 800 soldiers
    • Cost: 18,524,744 gold
  7. 1,600 soldiers
    • Cost: 93,246,818 gold
  8. 3,200 soldiers
    • Cost: 533,185,317 gold
  9. 6,400 soldiers
    • Cost: 3,767,630,333 gold
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Post by King_Caulk » 2 years ago

Got an update on this for Era 3? Perhaps the bigger accounts could share their findings.

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Post by jinzer » 2 years ago

It looks like its just 30% cheaper?

1,600 soldiers is 92,246,818 for me.

I believe the other lower tiers were around 70% of the shown value from the old ones.

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Post by RVD713 » 2 years ago

800 is 18,524,744 gold

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Post by jinzer » 2 years ago

3,200 was a smudge under 544,100,000

6,400 is 3,767,630,333

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Post by MadGeorge » 2 years ago

Ive updated the costs based on the feedback of 30% cheaper.. let me know if any more are incorrect please?
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