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I am suspicious of the information entered for levels 40-45. I was playing with some math today to see if I could develop a formula for predicting XP required to advance to the next level. Between Levels 45 and 51 there is a steady increase in XP required, but between 40-45 there is a bump in the delta between levels that can't be explained mathematically-- therefore I deduce that there is an error in the entered values. A graph shows you what I mean (see right) Jcw391 (talk) 16:59, April 11, 2013 (UTC)

Removed dispute on Levels 43 & 44 as I realized I had posted screenshots with of those levels showing "next level requires # XP" values and those values are correct in the table. Strangely, that means that it takes more XP to go from Level 43 to 44 than it does to go from 47-48. What I mean is that it takes 397k Experience sm to progress to 44 and 443k Experience sm to progress to level 45, an increase of 46k Experience sm required over the previous level. But it takes 553k Experience sm to advance to level 48 and 597k Experience sm to advance to level 49, an increase of only 44k Experience sm over the previous level.

(Sadly I did not capture screenshots for most of the 47-51 levels.) This kind of thing throws a kink in figuring out a mathematically model for progression of XP required. Jcw391 (talk) 17:10, April 11, 2013 (UTC) - made inline revisions for clarity Jcw391 (talk) 17:15, April 11, 2013 (UTC)

Atarpa's question "I am level 44, and I need 433k to reach level 45. Do the values make any sense if they're shifted by ±1 level?"
Unfortunately no. the deltas are:
Level XP Req Delta
There's a huge jump between 43-44. It might be that there is something wrong with the Level 45 number and possibly 40-42.
We just need more screenshots to validate supplied information. (Which I understand will be hard to come by.) Since I cannot supply clear evidence to contradict the supplied information, I just wanted to call it into question so that readers would know that it might be wrong (not that it is... maybe the formula is super complex and allows for these kinds of bizarre variances... or maybe there is no formula, maybe the requirements are all manually entered. Who knows.) Jcw391 (talk) 17:23, April 11, 2013 (UTC)