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#1 Dec 08 2010 at 3:49 PM Rating: Decent
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I've been playing this game now almost 2 months, and I play a fair amount. For the very first time, yesterday, I experienced physical fatigue in the morning, but it went away early afternoon, as I expected, because I started this game mid-day on a Tuesday. So with a unique, 7 day reset, this makes perfect sense to me. I've been grinding a fair amount, but mixining it up on craft, field, and battle.

So I was totally taken by surprise today, when my conjurer went into fatigue. Since yesterday's reset, I've grinded roughly one rank to 29. I've grinded harder than this before, but never have I gone into job fatigue.

This is going to really suck if this doesn't reset until next Tuesday, and really doesn't make any sense to me at all.

So my question is - is fatigue for a specific job on a separate timer than physical?

Any help better understanding this is sincerely appreciated.
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#2 Dec 08 2010 at 3:58 PM Rating: Good
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So my question is - is fatigue for a specific job on a separate timer than physical?


That seems to be right to me. I'm not one for thoroughly testing it & such, but for me physical bonus experience has been pretty constant on when I get it and when it goes away. Class bonus has been sporadic and separate from that steady physical cycle...
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#3 Dec 08 2010 at 4:00 PM Rating: Good
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Class fatigue is on a different timer than physical.


But even if you get class fatigue, just grind through it! Don't let -10% EXP stop you!
#4 Dec 08 2010 at 4:01 PM Rating: Good
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tsumarione wrote:
I've been playing this game now almost 2 months, and I play a fair amount. For the very first time, yesterday, I experienced physical fatigue in the morning, but it went away early afternoon, as I expected, because I started this game mid-day on a Tuesday. So with a unique, 7 day reset, this makes perfect sense to me. I've been grinding a fair amount, but mixining it up on craft, field, and battle.

So I was totally taken by surprise today, when my conjurer went into fatigue. Since yesterday's reset, I've grinded roughly one rank to 29. I've grinded harder than this before, but never have I gone into job fatigue.

This is going to really suck if this doesn't reset until next Tuesday, and really doesn't make any sense to me at all.

So my question is - is fatigue for a specific job on a separate timer than physical?

Any help better understanding this is sincerely appreciated.

Someone who has done more testing with fatigue would have to confirm this, but based on what you just said, it must be on a separate timer. If I had to guess, the fatigue timer starts for any given job the moment you start to gain SP for that job, just like physical fatigue starts the moment you gain your first experience point.
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#5 Dec 08 2010 at 4:12 PM Rating: Good
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Meowshi wrote:

But even if you get class fatigue, just grind through it! Don't let -10% EXP stop you!


Rest assured, you'll get your artificial lengthening one way or the other! d(^_~* )
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#6 Dec 08 2010 at 5:33 PM Rating: Decent
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Cool, thanks for the prompt responses, everyone. I just hope it's not next Tuesday this goes away lol. Not that there isn't crafting or DoL I can focus on.

lol Meowshi. Thanks again.

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#7 Dec 08 2010 at 8:12 PM Rating: Good
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All fatigue for the different classes and your physical level is separate.

You can gain approximately 80,000SP before hitting fatigue. and then another 80,000 SP until your fatigue level is so high that you gain 0 SP. The Timer for when that 80,000 sp / week starts is decided by when you gained SP after the last reset:


example:

I start levelling my PGL on a Friday. After 3 days I hit fatigue.
Friday next week, my fatigue resets but I am busy getting drunk all weekend so I don't play until Monday night.
I'm in an awesome party and gain 80,000 sp and hit fatigue Tuesday morning. This means I will be fatigued
until next Monday night since that is when I started gaining SP after the last Fatigue reset.
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#8 Dec 08 2010 at 8:20 PM Rating: Decent
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GusMorgan wrote:
All fatigue for the different classes and your physical level is separate.

You can gain approximately 80,000SP before hitting fatigue.



Yeah. Somewhere around there

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and then another 80,000 SP until your fatigue level is so high that you gain 0 SP. T


lol, not even close.

If that was true, you can get a maximum of one and a half, maybe two ranks at R40+. / week

It's more like every 40-50k after that = 1 fatigue rank, if even that.


Fatigue is completely and totally ignorable. Seriously.


Edited, Dec 8th 2010 9:21pm by Meowshi
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Meowshi wrote:
GusMorgan wrote:
All fatigue for the different classes and your physical level is separate.

You can gain approximately 80,000SP before hitting fatigue.



Yeah. Somewhere around there

GusMorgan wrote:
and then another 80,000 SP until your fatigue level is so high that you gain 0 SP. T


lol, not even close.

If that was true, you can get a maximum of one and a half, maybe two ranks at R40+. / week

It's more like every 40-50k after that = 1 fatigue rank, if even that.


Fatigue is completely and totally ignorable. Seriously.


Edited, Dec 8th 2010 9:21pm by Meowshi


I usually don't grind that deep into fatigue. But I'm sure I hit fatigue rank 2 a lot earlier than 40k SP.
Maybe its an exponential function that increases with each fatigue level.

I just hit fatigue tonight at somewhere around 9k tnl, kept grinding on 7000sp into the next rank and hit fatigue level 2 somewhere in between there.
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#10 Dec 08 2010 at 10:53 PM Rating: Decent
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GusMorgan wrote:
All fatigue for the different classes and your physical level is separate.

You can gain approximately 80,000SP before hitting fatigue. and then another 80,000 SP until your fatigue level is so high that you gain 0 SP. The Timer for when that 80,000 sp / week starts is decided by when you gained SP after the last reset:


example:

I start levelling my PGL on a Friday. After 3 days I hit fatigue.
Friday next week, my fatigue resets but I am busy getting drunk all weekend so I don't play until Monday night.
I'm in an awesome party and gain 80,000 sp and hit fatigue Tuesday morning. This means I will be fatigued
until next Monday night since that is when I started gaining SP after the last Fatigue reset.



this is what its "supposed" to be but it isnt

when you hit that first rank of fatigue it doesnt even cut you by 10% if your a crafter
and ive been 5-7 ranks deep and still only breaking 10% penalty by that point.



but the basic way it works


each class has its own timer
physical has its own timer

any time you are logged out, your fatigue slowly wears off
any time you are on a different class, actualy earning exp(afking doesnt count) your fatigue wears off on all other classes based on how much you do on that current class(seems to be about a 20% rate from what ive seen, so for 1000 SP on 1 class, you lose 200 of the exp towards fatigue on the other classes)
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