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What is order of skill levels?
What is the order of the skill levels you have to get in each picture It starts off with Trainee. and the what is it after that? Is the last one Magister? or Academican? im trying to finish match 3, and don't know how much more I need to do! lol. this game is addicting!
Answer from: Bren
Hi Tyler, I can't remember the name of the levels but you need to turn the frame pink. If you are on Gold then you just need to reach 100% for the pink frame. If you are on silver you need to finish that and the gold.
Answer from: One
If U finish academian u will get the peri mid
Answer from: MrsB
Trainee, novice, detective, pro, high seeker, academician, magister. I think that's right
Answer from: TylerD56
Thanks MrsB! u rock!
Answer from: karen
Since first reading this thread several days ago, I have been paying close attention to the order of the levels and their corresponding picture frame colors. I agree with MrsB except for the first 2 levels - Novice comes before Trainee. Also, because I have not yet reached any level beyond High Seeker, I can only assume the order of the last 2 levels, but Academician before Magister seems to be consistent with what I've seen on others' pages.
So here are my observations, starting with the lowest level:
Novice - gold (metallic) with brown insert
Trainee - brown (plain)
Detective - brown with cream-colored corners
Pro - silver (or grey?)
High Seeker - yellow
Academician - pinkish purple
Magister - green (I think, not 100% sure)
Answer from: NatashaM
Yes, Magister is green and is the highest level. At least, the highest I have seen thus far. Karen has the correct progression above.
Answer from: karen
Thanks for the confirmation, NatashaM!
Posted on: 09-10-2014