This page contains Jeanne D'Arc Hints for PSP called "Training your characters (Power Leveling)" and has been posted or updated on Feb 14, 2008 by vhayste. Let us know what you think of this Hint by thumbs voting.
- Developer: Level 5
- Publisher: SCEA
- Genre: Strategy Turn-Based
- Release Date: Aug 21, 2007
- ESRB: Teen
Training your characters (Power Leveling)
The best way to train your characters is equipping them with Exp Bonus IV (Exp Bonus III+Exp Bonus III). This skillstone will allow characters to get 300 experience! Exp points are relative to the level of the target and the character. When lower level characters deal damage to higher level enemies, they gain more exp. But if your character is higher than the target, the minimum exp pts that they can get per attack is 5. So with the Exp Bonus IV equipped, characters can gain 15 pts per hit on normal attacks even on weaker enemies.
Next, equip them with Three Rounds. Normally, after three successful hits, characters can only get 15 pts. Now with Exp Bonus IV, players can get a minimum of 45 pts if all three attacks connect. Since exp is based on every successful hit (even if the defending enemy has blocked it), area-damaging skills like Sweep, Compass, Salvo, etc has the possibility to yield over 100 pts per attack.
Where to train your characters:
Some of my suggestions where you can train while reaping rewards are the following. Chalons, Grandgris Pass and Voldor Temple. Chalons has weak enemies, but will reward you with ExpBonus II upon completion, along with other good rewards. Four Exp Bonus II skillstones = Exp Bonus IV. After collecting at least 5 (your choice) then you can train next at Grandgris Pass. Grandgris Pass is a good place to train because of several reasons. First is that enemies here have higher levels here compared to the other free stages. The Shadow Knights have really high HPs and fairly weak attacks so they make good targets for multiple attacks. Second, the dragon on the starting point is a great target for area of-effect attacks and spells; thus chances of earning higher exp pts. Third, the bridge makes a good bottleneck position, thus piling up enemies and hitting them with attacks.
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