It seems some players have huge difficulties calculating if they should or should not purchase personal fame bonuses.

I saw one calculation in NA forum, but apparently it was made by retard.

So please let me introduce another calculation made by another retard, me:

Level | Fame cost | Fame boost | Total fame boost | Base fame needed | Fame needed to cover cost |

1 | 10 | 5% | 5% | 200 | 210 |

2 | 50 | 5% | 10% | 1000 | 1100 |

3 | 250 | 10% | 20% | 2500 | 3000 |

4 | 1000 | 20% | 40% | 5000 | 7000 |

5 | 2500 | 20% | 60% | 12500 | 20000 |

6 | 5000 | 30% | 90% | 16667 | 31667 |

7 | 20000 | 30% | 120% | 66667 | 146667 |

8 | 30000 | 40% | 160% | 75000 | 195000 |

9 | 40000 | 40% | 200% | 100000 | 300000 |

10 | 50000 | 40% | 240% | 125000 | 425000 |

Let me open up this by example:

If you have purchased lvl 4 personal fame boost and are considering going up to lvl 5. This is how it sums up:

At level 4 you earn base fame of 12500 which means with 40% bonus total of 17500 fame points

At level 5 you earn base fame of 12500 which means with 60% bonus total of 20000 fame points

Difference between these two is 2500 fame points which is the cost of lvl 5 bonus.

Naturally this means that all fame earnings over that 20k is for your benefit and you did the right choice purchasing lvl 5 fame boost. If you don't manage to go over that 20k limit, you should've stayed at lvl 4 fame boost.

It is very possible that I did this wrong since I don't have enough fingers for such big numbers.

I which case, please feel free to share your flawless version of the same crap.

**Edited by _manq_, 28 January 2019 - 10:22 PM.**