Talk:How to Become Uber
This guide starts with the suggestion that a new player "[use] the random battle in the game machine till you have 1000 credits." But in my (admittedly limited) experience with the "game machine", I often get very few credits (like ten), or sometimes even none at all! This is contrasted with the random battles outside of the game machine (entered by just pushing the "Battle" button at the bottom of the screen), where I get anywhere from 20 to 100 credits (usually 50 or more) after every successful battle! Why would you even suggest using the game machine for anything other than trying out newly purchased weapons to see how they fit with what you already had equipped? Sorry for griping, but I really want to understand your reasoning.
- I agree, but first you got most money out of the game machine but I think they've changed it so I think we should change this page. --Nori 14:39, 18 October 2007 (EDT)
The Arcade has been changed twice now, originally you where able to get 100 credits from fighting Artix (ID #2). At present there is an XP and Credit cap of 10 and 30. The reason you received 0 for a battle is because of that cap, and you would have to exit the Arcade and then come back in to reset it. — Wisprr 11:32, 19 October 2007
If there really was a change that constituted a cap of either Experience or Gold, it should be noted in the guide itself, and not just the talk page. I wouldn't know much since I don't play the Arcade game much, so if one of you Arcade Junkies could clone yourself to/step away from the arcade for a minute and redraft the first section so that the cap(s) are blatant, then that would be better. -Ryojo
when you start you don't have good weapondry so I just suggested to start with the battle machine but you are right the credits did change from when it started. I was suggesting that they sould start with that to get a better weapon then use the battle button - Sputnix
This needs modification! I am a lv 20 uber mystraven, so i want u to list high end uber notes such as for lvls 15-20 - User:Burs2
Working on it --Sputnix 22:30, 19 May 2008 (EDT)
Nova Tyrant is actually a F2P mecha, after long examining. Free players have access to purchase Nova Gems. Please edit that.
editied Zargon should be better to read now --Sputnix 04:14, 9 October 2008 (UTC)
WEAPONS EDITING INFO
Ultimate MQ Spreadsheet
Me and a few others (mostly the others *smiles ruefully*) have been working on a newer version of the Ultimate spreadsheet. It's generally more up-to-date than the old one, and more likely to be correct, which is why I've reverted it back to the new one- if anyone opposes this, please speak up here (or on my talk page.) I won't deny that it's still in progress, so I can understand that not everyone may want to have it linked to here. RavenQueen 00:00, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
You probably don't know me, I'm Eipos. I noticed that your weapons for the Dropship are horribly out of date. Things don't cost nearly as much as you say, and the best combo currently is the Crusader's Shining Repeater, the Smokey Flamethrower and the N-UBER Missile (FLX-N). Well, that's what worked best for me. Thanks for pointing out the repeater, which is also no longer an SC weapon. This guide, despite its datedness, did help. EDIT: I'm not sure if there's some glitch that means I purchased universal SC privileges and it doesn't show, because I seem to be given all SC privileges. Maybe it is still an SC gun.