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Does anyone know what the difference between complexity 4 and 6 is when playing FTP? When I'm looking at the description it looks like what is added in complexity 6 are all members skills. I'm just wondering if there is really any difference.

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Well higher complexity will up your xp primarily.

That aside yeah skills are all members only so no added doors/rooms based on them skills (eg in p2p worlds u get some summon rooms etc.) but it will up your xp, as anything under c6 gets an xp penalty.

 

I have a vague hunch higher complexity might also effect number of challenge rooms/monsters/monster levels but I'm not at all sure someone from DGS would probably know for sure.

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Well higher complexity will up your xp primarily.

That aside yeah skills are all members only so no added doors/rooms based on them skills (eg in p2p worlds u get some summon rooms etc.) but it will up your xp, as anything under c6 gets an xp penalty.

It's not supposed to happen, but you will occasionally run into a member's skill challenge room/door, and even doors that require 100+ skill level, on F2P worlds.

 

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On C6 is regularly run into member doors and rooms, got used to it.

But it's not supposed to happen?

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