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Visual To Show Levels On Legendary Gear

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Link to post - Posted October 18th at 10:56 PM
Last Edited October 18th at 10:57 PM
Please make it so we can visually see what level our gear is without having to hover over each piece of gear on each crusader, I'd really appreciate it. It would be an great QoL improvement.

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Link to post - Posted October 19th at 9:11 AM
Erika/Alyniana (CNE Dev)
Is that to make formation creating easier?

You can just go to the crafting screen, if you're curious who's gear is level what.

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Link to post - Posted October 27th at 2:00 PM
Last Edited October 27th at 2:02 PM
When switching characters in formation sometimes you want to remove levels on gear and apply it to other gear. Clicking on each character on the crafting screen to see what pieces of gear are leveled isn't really ideal. I'd like to be able to scroll down the list of crusaders and see the gear level without having to click on each crusader to see it.

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Link to post - Posted October 27th at 2:55 PM
Last Edited October 27th at 2:57 PM
TSONE, you can get around this by knowing what crusaders are leveled and which aren't already. For example, if you never use Arachnobuddy, then why would you level up his gear at all? The only crusaders that should have ANY legendary level ups at all should be crusaders you're actually using, and if you're using them, they should already be visible on your bench to check just on mouseover. Why would you need to check the crafting screen to see who does and doesn't have legendary levels if only your used crusaders have levels? And if your non-used crusaders have levels you want to disenchant, then just go through the process of checking each crusader to fix the issue. Fix it once and you should never have to fix it ever again. You don't need a whole new game mechanic to make it a liiiiitttttlllle easier to do your one-time fix.

Simply: Typically, only crusaders that are visible on your bench should have any legendary levels. If not, fix it yourself and it should never happen again. No need for a new mechanic.

I didn't bother saying "No offense" or "With all due respect" because this can't really be said nicely. If it can, I couldn't think of a way to do so.

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Link to post - Posted October 31st at 1:41 PM
You are more than welcome to post your opinion. I find the last sentence comical if I'm honest though. Your opinion honestly didn't hold any weight to me so it's not a big deal at all, not sure why you felt posting that was needed lol.

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Link to post - Posted October 31st at 4:38 PM
That sounds very defensive, and my comment clearly wasn't an opinion, but it's no matter. The topic has been resolved, regardless.
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