Paragon EXP Chart: Levels 1 - 2000, Diablofans Livestream of Reaper of Souls

Paragon EXP Chart: Levels 1 - 2000
Hello everyone! It's been a long time since we last talked about Paragon EXP. All the way back in August of 2012 when we first leaked the full EXP chart up to level 100.

There has been some changes to the first 100 levels, but this time the chart goes up to 2000 (keep in mind, there is no limit). Currently in this chart, once you reach level 1500 - every level there after needs 2,147,483,647 per level.

This time around, to get level 1000, you will need a total of 726,480,000,000 Exp. Let the grinding begin! (click the picture to see the full sheet!)
 




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Paragon Points Tabs
Also remember now with RoS - Paragon levels give your Paragon Points that you can spend!
 

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  • #1 Zjacer
    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?
  • #2 miles_dryden
    A graph of the xp curve would be cool. Just saying.
  • #3 CheehC
    Is the Exp gain from lvl70 enemies a LOT more than current exp gains?

    If the same amount of experience to get to paragon 100 could be gained within say 5 hours of playing RoS... then I might not Plvl now and save my strength :P
  • #4 Ownz0r
    Quote from Zjacer

    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?


    No. That exp mean how much you need to next Level, not how much you need for that level overall.

    10x Paragon100 should be something close to new Paragon400
  • #5 miles_dryden
    Quote from CheehC

    Is the Exp gain from lvl70 enemies a LOT more than current exp gains?

    If the same amount of experience to get to paragon 100 could be gained within say 5 hours of playing RoS... then I might not Plvl now and save my strength :P


    The only reason to grind p100 now is to get a headstart. Since you'll only get to 375 if you get 10x100, you're probably better off waiting.
  • #6 xMantasx
    Is it possible that you make short videos of new spells/runes for classes?
  • #7 Zjacer
    @Ownz0r: Thank you. :)
  • #9 Mehsiah
    Just wanna say thank you very much for making this chart.

    As of right now, I think Invis logged on Beta and at 10 x 100 Paragon, he was 358 RoS Paragon Level.
    Im still gonna go for Paragon 1000 on live since not alot of people I know have it, maybe 2-3.

    If they keep this current design, 358 is still a huge leap forward. :)


    **Edit: 1-100 is changed a bit like the OP said, right now on my one Paragon 66 Barb, I need 112m to lvl. According to the "new" chart, Paragon 2.0 lvl 66 is only 100mil.**
  • #10 Taizun
    Quote from Ownz0r

    Quote from Zjacer

    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?


    No. That exp mean how much you need to next Level, not how much you need for that level overall.

    10x Paragon100 should be something close to new Paragon400

    That doesn't make sense. If you look at the new and old, the values for plvls 1 to 60 are the same. It only changes after plvl 60.

    The exponential increase is lower, the higher you go, in this new system.
  • #11 Darklink68
    More legendary item screenshots please.
  • #12 Turdragin
    Quote from Mehsiah

    Just wanna say thank you very much for making this chart.

    As of right now, I think Invis logged on Beta and at 10 x 100 Paragon, he was 358 RoS Paragon Level.
    Im still gonna go for Paragon 1000 on live since not alot of people I know have it, maybe 2-3.

    If they keep this current design, 358 is still a huge leap forward. :)


    INVIS was at 376. Source: http://dd.reddit.com/r/Diablo/comments/1r1bdu/gathering_results_for_accountwide_paragon_merging/cdimbr5
  • #13 Talyn_Rahl
    Hmm... One thing springs to mind, looking at those paragon point screenshots..

    I notice in defensive it has Dodge, but no Block, it also has Max Spirit

    so are paragon points different for different classes then?

    Will Crusader be able to put points into Block (and maybe Block Value) but not dodge?
  • #14 miles_dryden
    Quote from Talyn_Rahl

    Hmm... One thing springs to mind, looking at those paragon point screenshots..

    I notice in defensive it has Dodge, but no Block, it also has Max Spirit

    so are paragon points different for different classes then?

    Will Crusader be able to put points into Block (and maybe Block Value) but not dodge?


    Seems that way. Makes sense, since you can allocate your total points per character.
  • #15 Catalept
    It's not exponential, it's quadratic (and the original paragon curve wasn't exponential either, it was piecewise quadratic). Different beast entirely.

    If that chart is correct, then P100 -> P163, and P100*10 -> P531, so I'm not sure what's up with the P100*10 players getting 376... that maps back to just a shade over 5 P100s... somethings off. Perhaps you need to log into a character once before its XP gets added to your total?
  • #16 Rakudjo
    Quote from Zjacer

    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?


    PL100 now = PL116 RoS.
    PL90 = PL98 RoS.

    I have a copy of this sheet where I'm calculating EXP Total, but I only know the XP values for PL1 and PL100 without doing the math. I might add another column showing the pre-change equivalent and share it here.

    Edit: P1-P60 is normal. P61 is where each old PL begins to equal 2 new PL's.
    Edit2: P2k is 1,978,302,310,911, or 1.978T EXP. This is equal to 189 P100's + P53 in the current system.
  • #17 Catalept
    Quote from zero0920

    Quote from Zjacer

    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?


    PL100 now = PL116 RoS.
    PL90 = PL98 RoS.

    I have a copy of this sheet where I'm calculating EXP Total, but I only know the XP values for PL1 and PL100 without doing the math. I might add another column showing the pre-change equivalent and share it here.


    Those numbers don't line up... but as others have already pointed out, they're kinda moot point until we know what the XP-per-kill ratio is at 60 vs. 70.
  • #18 DiabloManDan
    Wow.....that is pretty insane. I just wonder how long it'll take someone to hit a level at 1000+.

    I'm totally ready for RoS!
  • #19 mazingerz
    ...and here I thought blizz was looking to invalidate bots in RoS.
  • #20 Rakudjo
    Quote from Catalept

    Quote from zero0920

    Quote from Zjacer

    Does it mean that if I'm Paragon LVL 100 today, when RoS will be released i will be more than Paragon 100? I'm comparing this to
    http://media.diablof.../patch/exp3.jpg

    And 90pLVL now = around 100 pLVL new?


    PL100 now = PL116 RoS.
    PL90 = PL98 RoS.

    I have a copy of this sheet where I'm calculating EXP Total, but I only know the XP values for PL1 and PL100 without doing the math. I might add another column showing the pre-change equivalent and share it here.


    Those numbers don't line up... but as others have already pointed out, they're kinda moot point until we know what the XP-per-kill ratio is at 60 vs. 70.


    This is what I have so far. 70-90 might be incorrect, but I did the math from P100's EXP (10,454,400,000) for 100-90. This also includes totals for multiple P100's, and running totals for EXP accumulated.
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