I am confident I have finally nailed the formula used to convert between pet level and pet experience for the

It was a quite tedious and time consuming excercise, with many hundreds of samples and more hours than I care to think of attempting curve fitting.

Internally, levels are (obviously) zero-based, while in the UI displayed as 1-based. Let's therefore, for the duration of this text, define

int_lvl = UI_lvl.XP

F.ex. a pet at level 2 with 15% XP would have int_lvl = 1.15.

Applying the quadratic formula all present should know (you

ax^2 + bx + c=0

and how to solve x for any given a, b, and c, we find (after simplification) that

A graph of the first ~9 levels looks like

Update 2014-11-01:

Update 2015-04-24: That combined with later information leads to the conclusion it's really:

Where

For the ones mathematically inclined, you see this is probably not how it's calculated internally, but it's nice and simple enough for most to understand, which is more important.

**Bristlehog**(Puny).It was a quite tedious and time consuming excercise, with many hundreds of samples and more hours than I care to think of attempting curve fitting.

Internally, levels are (obviously) zero-based, while in the UI displayed as 1-based. Let's therefore, for the duration of this text, define

int_lvl = UI_lvl.XP

**- 1**.F.ex. a pet at level 2 with 15% XP would have int_lvl = 1.15.

**Experience = int_lvl^2 * 24 + int_lvl * 30**Applying the quadratic formula all present should know (you

*are*above the age of 13, right?)ax^2 + bx + c=0

and how to solve x for any given a, b, and c, we find (after simplification) that

**int_lvl = (sqrt(Experience * 96 + 900) - 30) / 48**A graph of the first ~9 levels looks like

Update 2014-11-01:

**Daikiba Ancient Strong**seems to use the formula**Experience = int_lvl^2 * 160 + int_lvl * 200**Update 2015-04-24: That combined with later information leads to the conclusion it's really:

**Experience = int_lvl^2 ****int_val*+ int_lvl * (*int_val** 1.25)Where

*int_val*is an internal value (just by coincident also an integer ), possibly derived from the later introduced "Metabolic Rate".For the ones mathematically inclined, you see this is probably not how it's calculated internally, but it's nice and simple enough for most to understand, which is more important.

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